While the Oculus Quest 2, also known as the Meta Quest 2, has been around for a while at this point, it is still one of the most popular virtual reality headsets around. Since it can work as a standalone device or connect to your PC for even more possibilities, it's great for everyone from casual gamers to hardcore enthusiasts. The biggest problem with the VR headset is the lack of great Oculus Quest 2 deals. Oftentimes, the headset has had trouble just staying in stock.
The Oculus Quest 2 deals can get a little creative sometimes. Direct discounts are rare, but bundles are common. We have seen the Meta website offer discounts on video games, accessories, or just include a gift card that can be used in the Meta store for whatever you want. When looking for the best Oculus Quest 2 deals, look for the best accessories that go with it such as a discount on the Oculus Link that lets you connect it to your PC or a free carrying case so it can come with you on the road. When there has been a direct discount it is usually on an older version or a refurbished device, and those can be really great deals, too, if you get them from the right retailers.
The Oculus Quest 2 has actually recently increased in price surprisingly. It is $100 more expensive now than it was a while back. While that is rough for anyone looking for deals, it should mean that as time goes on we do see more price drops considering how rare they were before. Another change is that the VR headset no longer requires a Facebook account but rather a new Meta account.
You can also save by finding other options than the proprietary accessories, such as our list of the best Oculus Link alternatives.
More Oculus Quest 2 sales:
New 256GB Meta Quest 2
$500 $497.52 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
It's only a few bucks off right now, but Amazon has historically had the best price on this VR headset. Hopefully it's a sign of things to come. It still comes with a free copy of rhythm game Beat Saber, too.
Oculus Quest 2 128GB & 256GB refurbished
$399 $349.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Amazon has refurbished versions of the 128GB VR headset on sale for $50 off and the 256GB version on sale for $70 off. These are covered by a new Renewed Premium program that gives you a one-year warranty among other promises of quality and such. This is a program started by Meta, so the units are good. Best Buy (opens in new tab) also has refurb units available.
Oculus Quest 2 128GB and 256GB refurbished
$399 $349.99 at Meta (opens in new tab)
If you'd rather upgrade to the 256GB version, try the Meta website which still has refurbished units in stock for the same $50 discount. So far other retailers offering this deal have been selling out while the Meta site has not, so it's a good alternative if you can't find the refurbs elsewhere.
Where to find the Oculus Quest 2:
Oculus Quest 2 128GB or 256GB at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The stock at Amazon regularly fluctuates, especially recently. You can often find it being sold by third parties, but it definitely won't be on sale in that case. You can also check out the bundles and see if any of those become available.
Oculus Quest 2 VR headsets at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Walmart has been one of the best places to not only find the VR headset in stock but find it on sale as well. For example, the Oculus Quest 2 used to have a 64GB version and Walmart had those at a low price just around a month ago. They are sold out now, but it's an option worth keeping an eye on if you're looking to save.
Oculus Quest 2 at Target (opens in new tab)
At Target you can find the Oculus Quest 2 in stock in the 128GB or 256GB version. You can find all the accessories, even ones on sale. And you can even save some money with things like Target Circle, which often has big one-time discounts on electronics, or the Target RedCard that can save you 5% on any purchase.
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J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.
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