clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

The Xbox Wireless headset includes Game Pass Ultimate at eBay for $107

It’s still rare to find this headset in stock

If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Xbox Wireless headset Photo by Cameron Faulkner / The Verge

Over at eBay, the seller antonline (with a 98.7 percent positivity rating) has Microsoft’s Xbox Wireless headset in stock. This accessory has been tricky to find in stock, and what’s notable is that the price isn’t inflated. What’s more, you’re getting a better deal here since it includes a free one-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. All in all, it’ll cost you $107 for the headset and the subscription (usually $115 together). The eBay listing says “limited quantity available”, so act fast if you want to snag a headset before it sells out.

This is the best wireless headset for Xbox owners to get. It pairs effortlessly with your Xbox One or Series S / X console (as well as PC via a USB adapter that’s not included), and you can also pair a phone to them with Bluetooth. Their easy-to-use dials let you adjust volume and tweak the game / chat audio mix to your liking.

Xbox Wireless Headset

  • $98
  • $100
  • 3% off

Microsoft’s new Xbox stereo headset will be launching on September 21st, and at $59.99 for a wired version, it’ll be nearly half the price of its $100 wireless headset. However, like the chat/game audio mixing dial on the left ear cup of Microsoft’s Xbox Wireless Headset are missing. So if you have extra money to spare, you can buy the pricier headset for $98 instead of $100 at Best Buy. In our review, we found it to be a comfortable, intuitively designed headset that’s well worth its cost. In addition to working well with Xbox consoles, it can connect to another device simultaneously via Bluetooth, so you don’t have to miss a call while you game.

Over at B&H Photo, the last-gen 12.9-inch iPad Pro (space gray) with 256GB of storage is discounted. You can snag it for $949, down $150 from its usual $1,099 price. That makes for a $250 price difference between the last generation tablet and the latest model that has the faster M1 processor, support for Thunderbolt, and a Mini LED screen. Those might be nice features to have for some, but for those who don’t want to spend that much, this might be the deal you’ve been waiting for.

If you want a no-frills M.2 NVMe SSD with 1TB of storage, Best Buy is hosting a deal on SanDisk’s Ultra 1TB model. Normally around $105, it’s $95 today. To be honest, Best Buy frequently knocks the price down on this SSD, and this isn’t as huge of a price cut as Best Buy makes it seem. Outside of a deal, it usually costs around $120 or so.

I’ve noted this before in previous deal posts this SSD has appeared in, but folks on Reddit claim that this drive lacks DRAM cache, meaning it might struggle with maintaining speed while transferring large files. Still, it’ll likely be a good enough option for people just looking for a good amount of speedy storage without paying too much.