Best Prime Day gaming headset deals 2020: The best sales you can still shop

After months of waiting, Prime Day has come and gone. However, it’s still savings galore out there with big discounts on PCs, gaming laptops, monitors, headphones, and more. If you’re a fledgling Twitch streamer or a Fortnite tournament junkie, you know the right gaming headset is a must-have gadget in any gamer’s arsenal. We rounded up the best post Prime Day gaming headset deals live right now to make your shopping experience easier. The sale may have ended, but the savings are still going, so keep this page open in your browser for more updates.

Today’s best Prime Day gaming headset deals

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BENGOO G9000 Stereo Gaming Headset

$20 $70
This multi-platform gaming headset offers a comfortable design, bass surround sound, and a noise-isolating microphone to help make those long multiplayer online sessions even more memorable.
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RUNMUS Gaming Headset

$23 $43
Experience quality audio with the Rummus headset, which can alternate between gaming and party chat.
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HyperX Cloud PS4 Gaming Headset

$70 $80
Immerse yourself in your games with the HyperX Cloud gaming headset, officially licensed by Sony for the PS4 and capable of dishing out high-fidelity sound for heart-pumping excitement.
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Turtle Beach Ear Force Recon 50P Gaming Headset

$25 $30
Leatherette earcups, 40mm drivers, and an adjustable high-sensitivity mic make the Turtle Beach Recon 50P headset a great value if you're on a budget but want something that's not too bare-bones.
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Sennheiser GSP 600 Acoustic Gaming Headset

$155 $250
Sennheiser is most famous for its high-end headphones, but the GSP 600 headset is no slouch, either, with plush velvet earcups, great sound, sleek aesthetics, and classic Sennheiser build quality.
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Corsair Void Elite Wired 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset

$59 $80
A sleek angular design, breathable mesh memory foam earcups, 50mm drivers, and virtual 7.1 surround sound make the Corsair Void Elite a great upgrade pick over super-cheap headsets.
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Corsair HS70 Pro Gaming Headset

$80 $100
Attractive cream-on-black aesthetics, a plushy over-ear design, solid build quality, and and a completely detachable mic make the Corsair HS70 Pro one of the best gaming headsets for less than $100.
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JBL Quantum 600 Black Wireless Over-Ear Gaming Headset with Surround Sound

$130 $150
Made with JBL's QuantumSURROUND Sound, it offers realistic sounds from games so you never miss even the tiniest noise while playing.
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$50 $70
Enjoy 7.1 surround sound with this comfortable headset from corsair. Perfect for gamers who play overwatch, csgo, etc. where footsteps could give an opponent away.
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Turtle Beach Battle Buds Wired Stereo Gaming Earbuds with Mic

$20 $30
If over-ear headphones are too bulky, then these low-profile earbuds -- complete with built-in microphone -- are a great alternative with a super-small footprint.
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JLab JBuds Air Play Gaming Earbuds

$56 $70
Most wireless earbuds have too much latency for gaming, but the all-new JBuds Air Play Bluetooth earphones let you enjoy your mobile games on the go -- without the insufferable audio lag.
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Razer Kraken Tournament Edition 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset

$90 $100
Beefy 50mm drivers, simulated surround sound, and plush over-ear cups make the Razer Kraken Tournament Edition a strong contender for the best sub-$100 gaming headset on the market.
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Razer Kraken Tournament Edition Gaming Headset, Green

$78 $100
Razer's Kraken Tournament Edition Gaming Headset provides audio realism so that you are fully immersed in your game while the noise-cancelling microphone makes for crystal clear communication.
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Acer Predator Galea 310 Gaming Headset

$65 $70
For the gamer on a budget, look no further than the Acer Predator Galea 310 gaming headset. With an omnidirectional mic and powerfoul sound, any game can become a fully immersive experience.
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Sony Platinum Wireless 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound Gaming Headset

$147 $160
Sony's Platinum wireless gaming headset is a worthy upgrade over the Gold model, boasting some notable improvements such as superior alloy-based build quality and a comfortable suspension head strap.
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Mpow EG3 Pro Wired Gaming Headset

$20 $30
You may not guess that the Mpow EG3 Pro headset is built for gaming, but a built-in mic, plush leatherette ear cups, 50mm drivers, and suspension headband make it a great super-cheap option.
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Sony Playstation 4 Gold Wireless Stereo Headset

$100 $108
If you want to go wireless without spending too much, Sony's own Gold gaming headset crafted specifically (although not exclusively) for the PS4 is a fantastic option that won't break the bank.
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Dark Matter by Monoprice Supernova Wired 7.1 Surround Sound Headset

$60 $72
If you aren't equipped with a surround sound home theater, the Dark Matter by Monoprice Supernova headset can deliver just as well for an unbeatable price.
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HyperX Cloud Stinger Wired Gaming Headset

$31 $50
This mega-popular gaming headset is the perfect way to communicate with your teammates in the heat of battle. It's super affordable, and also works with gaming consoles.
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Razer Kraken Gaming Headset

$60 $80
Immerse yourself in your gameplay with Razer Kraken headset's surround sound and noise-isolating mic. The cushions are also cooling gel-infused for extra comfort.
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Sennheiser GSP 300 Wired Gaming Headset

$78 $100
The entry-level GSP 300 in Sennheiser's EPOS line of gaming headsets is your best bet for a set of Sennheiser gaming cans for less than $100, and it's one of the best sub-$100 pairs you can buy.

How to choose a gaming headset

There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing your new gaming headset. The first question is if you’re looking for a wired or wireless headset. Wireless headsets are usually slightly pricier but allow you to speak to your team even when you’re getting a cold drink from the kitchen. They are heavier though, so if you need something lighter go for a wired headset. The second thing to keep in mind is comfort. See what the headband and earcups are made out of. Having a headband that’s adjustable is really important because you want to make sure it fits your head perfectly. The earcup can be made from cheaper materials like faux leather and fabric or more expensive materials like memory foam. Memory foam is definitely the better option but fabric or faux leather is also pretty comfortable on your ears. The only difference is that leather-style material has a longer shelf life than fabric.


The type of earcup is also something to keep in mind. Open earcups are less insulated but are more breathable which makes them a better choice if you live in hot climates and want to ear your headset for extended amounts of time. Closed earcups have infinitely better sound as it blocks out all the noise outside your headphones. This is great if you prefer high sound quality and require better bass. You also want to know what kind of sound the headphones offer. Is it basic stereo, surround sound, or dimensional sound? Depending on the sound quality you want, you need to see which headset offers you that capability. You also want to check that the console you choose works with the more advanced surround or dimensional sound.

The last thing to note is the mic attached to your headset. You want to get a microphone that offers noise-canceling, noise-isolation, and muting features. These are small additions but are required if you’re a tournament gamer and want your voice to be as clear as it can be. Stick to these tips and take advantage of these post Prime Day gaming headset deals to add to a new pair of headphones to your gaming arsenal.

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