Black Friday headset deals: The best gaming headsets at the best prices

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At long last, there are some decent Black Friday headset deals to be had this week, which is just as well, seeing as how today is Black Friday proper and the ultimate day of deals to end all deals. Indeed, our favourite wireless gaming headset, the Steelseries Arctis 7 is at long last down to under £100 / $100, and there are loads of great Black Friday headset deals to be had on the likes of the Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum, the Corsair Void Pro Wireless, the Audio Technica ATH-AG1X and the stereo version of the excellent Logitech G432, the Logitech G322. Whatever you’re looking for, though, you can guarantee you’ll find at least one of today’s best gaming headsets here for some all-time low prices.

Of course, our list of best Black Friday headset deals are just a small part of our overall Black Friday deals hunting, and you’ll find all these and more in our central Black Friday deals hub page. However, if all you want is the best gaming headset deals, you’re in the right place – and to help make it easier, I’ve separated out our Black Friday headset deals into wired and wireless deals this year, which will hopefully make it a little easier for you to find what you want as quickly as possible.



Steelseries Arctis Pro + GameDAC£170 from Amazon (down from £215)

Steelseries Arctis 5£70 from Amazon (down from £90)

Steelseries Arctis 3£50 from Amazon (down from £75)
**NB:** The console version Arctis 3 is £30 at Argos right now, but doesn’t come with a PC splitter cable in the box. Still, when you can get an official Steelseries cable for £3.50 if you sign up for a free Steelseries account, which also lets you see their own Black Friday headset deals, by the way, that’s much cheaper than shelling out an extra £50 for the official PC version on Amazon)

Sennheiser GSP 600£180 from Overclockers UK (own from £220)

Turtle Beach Atlas Elite£78 from Overclockers UK (down from £90)

Roccat Khan Aimo£110 from Overclockers UK (down from £120)

HyperX Cloud Mix£103 from Amazon (down from £180)

HyperX Cloud X£37 from Amazon (down from £70)

HyperX Cloud Stinger£33 from GAME (down from £50)

Audio Technica ATH-AG1X£70 from Amazon (down from £310)

Audio Technica ATH-ADG1X£110 from Amazon (down from £310, the open-backed version of the ATH-AG1X)

Corsair Void Pro Elite Surround£47 from Amazon (down from £80)

Corsair HS60 Pro Surround£45 from Amazon (down from £60)

Razer Kraken Tournament Edition£50 from GAME (down from £100)

Logitech G332£25 from Amazon (down from £50)

Logitech G635 Lightsync£100 from Overclockers UK (down from £130)

Asus ROG Strix Delta£129 from Box (down from £180)

Asus ROG Delta Core£75 from Overclockers UK (down from £85)

Astro A10£40 from Argos (down from £60)


Black Friday wireless gaming headset deals:


Steelseries Arctis 7£99 from Amazon (down from £160)

Steelseries Arctis Pro Wireless£230 from Amazon (down from £270)

HyperX Cloud Flight Wireless£78 from Amazon (down from £139)

Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless£74 from Amazon (down from £100)

Corsair HS70 Wireless£62 from Amazon (down from £90)

Logitech G533 Wireless£62 from Amazon (down from £140)

Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum Wireless£85 from Amazon (down from £160)



Logitech G Pro$92 from Newegg (down from $100)

Corsair Void RGB Elite$50 from Amazon (down from $80)

Logitech G Pro Wired$50 from Best Buy (an older version of the G Pro above that helpfully has the same name, down from $90)

Logitech G635$100 from Best Buy (down from $140)

Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum$60 from Newegg (an older version of the G635, down from $150)

Logitech G432$50 from Best Buy (down from $80)

Logitech G332$40 from Amazon (down from $60)

Logitech G332 SE$25 from Best Buy (down from $60)

HyperX Cloud Alpha$70 from Amazon (down from $100)

Razer Kraken Tournament Edition$55 from Amazon (down from $100)

CoolerMaster MH-751$60 from Amazon (down from $90)

Roccat Noz$35 from Best Buy (down from $70)


Black Friday wireless gaming headset deals:


Steelseries Arctis 7$100 from Amazon (down from $150)

Steelseries Arctis 1 Wireless$80 from Best Buy (down from $100)

Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless$140 from Best Buy (down from $180)

Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless$75 from Amazon (down from $100)

Corsair HS70 Pro Wireless$80 from Amazon (down from $100)

Razer Nari Essential Wireless$70 from Amazon (down from $100)

Razer Nari Wireless$90 from Best Buy (down from $150)

Razer Thresher Ultimate$127 from Amazon (down from $250)

Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless$60 from Best Buy (down from $100)

Logitech G935$100 from Best Buy (down from $170)

Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum Wireless$80 from Best Buy (an older version of the G935, down from $150)

HyperX Cloud Flight Wireless$119 from Amazon (down from $140)

Antlion ModMic Wireless$100 from Antlion (down from $150)


There are a couple of key things to consider when buying a new gaming headset. Good audio quality is obviously a given, but finding a comfortable headset is arguably even more important – after all, you’re going to be wearing this thing for several hours at a time, so it’s no good if something sounds great but ends up becoming a medieval head vice after 30 minutes. That’s why I prioritise comfort in my gaming headset reviews above all else.

The other thing is a good microphone. Again, it’s no good having a great-sounding gaming headset, but your voice descending into a crackly mess every time you want to chat to your mates when you’re playing online. Naturally, these are hard things to judge just by looking at a headset’s specs page, but if you have a read of my gaming headset reviews, then you’ll find a detailed breakdown of how it performs.

Want to stay on top of all our other best PC gaming Black Friday deals? Have a read of our Black Friday deals hubs below:

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