Where to find Cyber Monday deals
Amazon - All the things
Walmart - Games, Movies, Budget Laptops
B&H - Monitors, Laptops, and PCs
Best Buy - PCs, Laptops, and Accessories
Target - Games, Accessories, and Laptops
Staples - Gaming Chairs
Lenovo - Discounts on Legion Laptops and PCs
Gamestop - Games and Toys
Razer - Laptops and Gaming Accessories
Newegg - Components and Hardware
Microsoft - PCs, Laptops, and Games
Dell - Alienware PCs and Laptops
NZXT - 10% off all builds
The best Cyber Monday gaming headset deals are still in full swing, and we're here to help you get a great set of cans at a good price. There's a lot to take into consideration other than sound quality, like comfort and game/chat volume controls. If you don't know where to start, try checking our guide to the best gaming headsets—some of them are on sale right now, like the SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC, which is down to $180.
Cyber Monday is almost over but there's still time to save on a new headset. We'll continue updating this page with the best Cyber Monday headset deals we find. And if you're looking for more than just a headset, don't forget to check out all the other great Cyber Monday PC gaming deals we've rounded up.
Top 5 US headset deals right now
- Logitech G933 - was $200, now $80 at Amazon
- HyperX Cloud Alpha - was $100, now $89 at Amazon
- Razer Nari Wireless - was $150, now $90 at Amazon
- Bose QuietComfort 35 II - was $350, now $279 at Amazon
- Arctic Pro Wireless - was $330, now $264 at Steelseries
Best PC gaming headset deals
Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum Wireless 7.1 Headset | $79.99 (save $120)
Unless white isn't your color, this is the lowest price we've seen on the G933 from Logitech; an exceptional wireless headset with 7.1 capability and RGB lighting.View Deal
Steelseries Arctis 7 | $99.99 (Save $50)
Our favorite wireless gaming headset on a nice discount from its normal price. This is a great pair of cans, with enough battery life to last for days and sound quality that ranks among the best of gaming headsets.
SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC | $179.99 (Save $70)
This fabulous headset and DAC combo averages $207 on Amazon, but it does sell for the full $249.99 some of the time. This is a better deal than on SteelSeries' site.View Deal
Razer Nari Wireless 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset | $89.99 (save $60)
This is only a few bucks above its lowest price ever. A splendid, deliciously chunky premium Razer headset with THX Spatial Audio, a 16 hour battery life, and a decent mic. Not to be confused with the Nari Ultimate, which has vibrating haptic feedback for your head. Sadly that's still full price at $199.View Deal
Bose QuietComfort 35 II wireless noise-cancelling headphones |$279.99 (save $70)
The set has three noise cancelling modes if you want to completely immerse yourself in a game. These were $100 off earlier, but a $70 discount is still a good deal, which puts the Rose Gold model at the same price of the other colors.View Deal
HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset | $88.37 (save $11.62)
This wired headset main features are wide frequency range of 13Hz-27,000Hz and 50mm dual chamber neodymium drivers that deliver impeccable sound.View Deal
Best PC gaming headset deals in the UK
Logitech G433 Wired Surround Sound Gaming Headset | £44.99 (save £65)
A great price for a decent headset that offers DTS 7.1 surround sound and versatility.View Deal
ASUS ROG Delta RGB Gaming Headset | £128.95 (save £51.04)
A great headset with rainbow circular RGB lighting, high resolution sound, and signal diversion technology. If you want a premium headset this Black Friday, this is a great contender.View Deal
Cyber Monday gaming headset deals—when do they go on sale?
Cyber Monday gaming headset deals—are more coming?
Black Friday deals have been spilling out for the last few weeks now, but now that the retail holiday is here, they've been unleashed in full-force. Now that the day itself has passed, there are still lots of deals out there, and we expect to see more on December 2. What's more, some of these sales will likely run to Christmas, so you'll get more chances to buy ahead of the holidays.
Which headsets should you be looking out for? If you want 7.1 surrounds sound at an accessible price, keep watch for the Razer Kraken Tournament Edition. It can't quite match the Steelseries Arctis Pro for quality, but it costs less than half the price. The HyperX Cloud Alpha, which we mentioned above, delivers excellent sound for the money too. If you want to go premium and get a little bit of something unusual, then consider the Razer Nari Ultimate, which comes with remarkable haptic feedback functionality. Sounds weird, until you try it.
How to save money on headsets during Cyber Monday
Developers put vast resources into making their games sound awesome, so it's a shame to see that good work go to waste on a pair of inadequate headphones. It's hard to go too wrong if you go to reputable brands like Razer, Samsung, HyperX. There is remarkable variety out there, however, so it's worth deciding what you want ahead of Black Friday so you can get in on deals quickly before stocks run out.
1. Decide on a type of headset
There are a few fundamental decisions you might want to make before you start shopping for headsets. Do you want a wireless headset? Do you want to surround sound functionality? How much are you happy to pay? It's worth keeping in mind the type of games you usually play too. If you love shooters, then headsets with a bit of extra bass response will make those shotguns sound fatter. If you enjoy adventure games with beautiful soundtracks, then it might be worth investing in overall sound quality above anything else. If you often play socially, then a quality mic is essential. Cheap, bad headsets often skimp on the mic, so be sure to check out user reviews and, of course, our guide to the best wireless gaming headsets if you want to declutter your set-up.
2. Use price comparison websites
We'll be using these intensively during Black Friday to present you with the best deals, but if you want DIY deals, then check CamelCamelCamel. This site will give you the price history of a given item, which will help you to dodge the common Black Friday practice of presenting shallow discounts that aren't great deals.
3. Use bundles to refresh your desktop setup
Sometimes you can catch a bunch of peripherals in one package. Last year I picked up a new mouse, keyboard, and headset in one go. Now it feels like I own a whole new PC. Games sound amazing, and my desktop lights up in millions of different colors when I boot it up. Excellent.