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Last Chance To Get Xbox Elite Series 2 Core Controller For $88

Alternatively, you can get the controller bundled with two games for only $95.


There were some terrific first-party Xbox controller deals available for Prime Day Round 2 (Big Deal Days) sale, and many of them are sticking around despite the event ending on October 11. Both Amazon and Walmart have steep discounts on the Elite Series 2 Core controllers (down to only $88). Meanwhile, Antonline has kicked off its Black Friday Early Access sale, which includes awesome bundle deals on the Elite Series 2 Core blue and red variants. You'll get a pair of Ubisoft games with your controller, all for just $95.

You can also save big on a variety of standard Xbox Wireless Controllers at Amazon. Once again, Antonline has deals that slash the price of the controller while throwing in a digital Ubisoft game.

Prime Day Round 2 Xbox controller deals

Xbox Elite Series 2 Core Controllers

Xbox Elite Series 2

Xbox Wireless Controller

On the premium controller front, if you're looking to grab the Elite Series 2 and its selection of extras--carrying case, extra joysticks, extra rear paddles, and a traditional D-Pad--Walmart is offering this controller for $140 (normally $180). Like the regular Xbox wireless controller, the Elite Series features excellent ergonomics, tactile face buttons, and a dedicated capture button to grab highlights of your in-game activities.

Additionally, you can save up to three custom profiles on one of these controllers, fine-tune them with the Xbox Accessories app, take advantage of adjustable-tension thumbsticks and shorter hair-trigger locks, and the rubberized grip is great for long gaming sessions.

You can also score the Elite Series 2 Core controller at a discounted price at a number of retailers. The aforementioned Antonline bundle featuring two games is the best deal at $95, but you can also save on the Core controller at Amazon and Walmart.

The other benefit of first-party Xbox controllers is platform flexibility, as you can also use these controllers on PC and mobile devices.

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