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Get the Xbox Wireless headset and controller together and save $25

Get the Xbox Wireless headset and controller together and save $25


A savvy way to get this tough-to-find headset

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Online retailer Antonline is hosting bundles that include Microsoft’s Xbox Wireless Headset and one of the new first-party Xbox wireless controllers for $25 less than it’d cost to purchase each item separately. There’s a bundle with the headset paired with a pulse red controller, a shock blue controller, and one with an electric volt controller. Each are selling for $140 right now, and Antonline suggests acting fast as it told us that deals including this headset tend to sell out quickly.

This bundle isn’t just a good deal, it’s a way to get your hands on the elusive Xbox Wireless Headset that has frequently gone in and out of stock since it released. Not to mention, it’s an incredible headset that should make most Xbox owners (or PC users with an Xbox wireless adapter) pretty happy. It features a Surface Headphones-like design with twistable dials on the ear cups for adjusting volume and game / chat audio. You can also pair a device like a phone via Bluetooth so you can chat and listen to game audio simultaneously. Read our review here.

As for the controller, these are some of the wilder colors that Microsoft has released. These are the newer models that have the share button for Xbox Series X / S consoles, as well as a USB-C charging port (and cable included). It can connect to other devices like the iPad, iPhone, or Android devices via Bluetooth, as well.


At Antonline, you can get a bundle containing the Xbox Wireless Headset (supports Bluetooth and Xbox Wireless protocol on console or PC) and an Xbox controller for $25 off.