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Huge Amazon Warehouse Sale Includes Some Of Our Favorite Gaming Accessories

Controllers, headsets, and more are getting major markdowns.

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Controllers that cost 50 or 60 bucks, VR headsets that go for hundreds of dollars, premium gaming mice--there's no shortage of gaming accessories out there, and the best products are rarely cheap. However, a new Amazon Warehouse sale is slashing the prices on dozens of gaming-related products, offering an additional 20% off lightly used items.

The sale features some solid deals on the DualShock 4 and Xbox One wireless controllers; there was an excellent sale on the Hori Split Pad Pro, one of the best Nintendo Switch controllers we've tried, but it's currently sold out. If you're looking for a VR headset ahead of Half-Life: Alyx's release this year, the HTC Vive Cosmos is marked down to $468.79. There are plenty of other headset options too, including the Turtle Beach Stealth 600 and the PlayStation Gold wireless headsets.

Amazon Warehouse sells like-new, open-box, and pre-owned items that have been returned by customers at a discount, so this sale is a nice opportunity to get expensive items still in great condition for way cheaper. Purchases are Prime-eligible, so you'll get free two-day shipping if you have a Prime membership. While Amazon Warehouse products don't come with a warranty, they're backed by Amazon's standard return policy. You can read more about Amazon Warehouse items on Amazon's FAQ page.

Check out more of the best gaming items on sale from Amazon Warehouse below. All of these items are already cheaper than usual, but you'll see an additional discount at checkout, which we've indicated below. The sale also spans multiple categories, including kitchen, home improvement, Amazon devices, outdoor recreation, and more, and you can see the full offering of deals at Amazon.

Best Amazon Warehouse gaming deals


HTC Vive Cosmos Headset - $468.79 ($515.67)

HTC Vive Cosmo virtual-reality headset for PC - save $103.13 at checkout
HTC Vive Cosmo virtual-reality headset for PC - save $103.13 at checkout


DualShock 4 Wireless Controller - $29.74 ($37.18)

DualShock 4 controller for PS4 (Magma Red) - save $7.44 at checkout
DualShock 4 controller for PS4 (Magma Red) - save $7.44 at checkout


Hori Split Pad Pro - $37.73 ($47.16) - SOLD OUT

Hori Split Pad Pro for Nintendo Switch - save $9.43 at checkout
Hori Split Pad Pro for Nintendo Switch - save $9.43 at checkout


Xbox One Gears 5 Limited Edition Controller - $38.58 ($48.23)

Xbox One Gears 5 Kait Diaz Limited Edition Controller - save $9.65 at checkout
Xbox One Gears 5 Kait Diaz Limited Edition Controller - save $9.65 at checkout


PlayStation Gold Wireless Headset - $46.67 ($58.34)

PS4 Gold Wireless Headset - save $11.67 at checkout
PS4 Gold Wireless Headset - save $11.67 at checkout


Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Wireless Headset - $55.57 ($69.46)

Turtle Beach Stealth 600 headset for Xbox One - save $13.89 at checkout
Turtle Beach Stealth 600 headset for Xbox One - save $13.89 at checkout


Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse - $86.10 ($107.63)

Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed Wireless Mouse - save $20.59 at checkout
Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed Wireless Mouse - save $20.59 at checkout


Death Stranding Collector's Edition - $97.14 ($121.43)

Death Stranding (PS4) Collector's Edition - save $24.29 at checkout
Death Stranding (PS4) Collector's Edition - save $24.29 at checkout


Catherine: Full Body "Heart's Desire" Premium Edition - $40.51 ($50.64) - SOLD OUT

Catherine: Fully Body (PS4) Premium Edition - save $10.13 at checkout
Catherine: Fully Body (PS4) Premium Edition - save $10.13 at checkout

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Used peripherals are a huge no-no.

Not only are they used, which is disgusting and leads to wear and tear on things with very limited lifespans, but they were returned for a reason, usually because the product isn't working right. (especially Monitors; dead pixel returns are pretty much the sole reason those go back)

I can support buying used hardware components like CPUs, graphics cards, RAM, speakers.. stuff that generally has no issues with long term use and isn't handled. But peripherals? Nope; just nope.

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Be careful with those controllers from Amazon. They are not Playstation brand and are knock offs. Read the comments... There is a reason they are offered so cheap.

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So they are all used products...Everyone I know with PS4 needs a new controller, they break so easy.

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@saltslasher: True. They go bad the moment you give them a hard look. The buttons on the controller that came with my PS4 went crazy after just a few uses. It acts as if it had a mind of its own and triggers options I never selected. It's almost comical.

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@saltslasher: Faulty analog sticks or faulty triggers has been the problem with mine.

Went to replace my controller with one of the new models back then (black+grey design), and the new controller had HORRIBLE JITTER on the analog sticks. Brand new in-box from a local store. Returned it immediately.

Ended up buying replacement parts, opening it up myself and repairing it. Helped, but still not perfect. The overall design of the PS4 pad (analog sticks, god the analog sticks) is just worse than previous ones.

These things are not worth $50. They are nothing like the quality of the old PS1-2 controllers. (never owned a PS3, can't comment on it)

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@saltslasher: my out of the box PS4 controller lasted 3 years.....

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