Early Prime Day Deal: Amazon Luna Controller Gets Huge Discount
The controller can also be used for traditional PC gaming, and it's now available at a great low price.
Amazon is offering up big discounts in the days leading up to Prime Day 2022, including a steep price cut for its Luna Controller. hrough July 13, you can snag a Luna Controller for just $40, down from $70. The deal coincides with the Start Freeloading event, which is offering Prime members more than 30 games for free. While the Luna controller is made for Amazon's streaming service--which offers freebies each month for Prime subscribers--you can also use Luna with regular PC, Mac, and mobile games.
This controller discount couldn’t have come at a better time, as Amazon will be giving away more than 30 games in celebration of Prime Day 2022. Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is the most notable, although you’ll also find Need for Speed Heat, Metal Slug 2, and Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. And if you’re looking for a reasonably priced controller to enjoy all your new games, consider checking out what Luna has to offer.
Keep in mind that this deal, like all Prime Day deals, will be exclusive to Amazon Prime subscribers. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Prime right now to take advantage of all Prime Day deals as well as the freebies in the Start Freeloading promotion.
If you’re not sold on Amazon’s gamepad, be sure to browse our list of the best PC controllers. From flight sticks and retro designs to the standard Xbox controller, there’s no shortage of great products up for grabs today.
Editor's Note: Article updated on June 21, 2022
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