Xbox Controllers Get a Massive Discount in the Black Friday Sales

Xbox’s Black Friday deals are finally here, and with Black Friday proper only days away, we’re really getting into the meat of the deals here. While we originally thought Xbox controllers would only be getting a small $10 discount at most retailers, the deal is actually a lot better than that and well worth considering if you’ve been after an additional gamepad. The cheapest controller you can get right now is for $39.99 at Best Buy (see here), and its the Stellar Shift Special Edition with an MSRP of $69.99.

Black Friday Deal

Xbox Wireless Controller – Stellar Shift Special Edition

Xbox Wireless Controller - Astral Purple

Black Friday Deal

Xbox Wireless Controller – Astral Purple

Xbox Wireless Controller - Robot White

This will likely sell out as its such a good deal, so let’s get into what else is available in the deal as well. By the looks of things, most other controllers have dropped to at least $44.99, which is a decent $20 off the standard Xbox controller and a reasonable deal for Black Friday. Plus, this includes some of the newer color variations as well like the Astral Purple design. We’ll leave all the links you need just below.

There are plenty of other fantastic Xbox deals live as well. The best deal we’ve seen so far is the Xbox Series X Diablo 4 Bundle from Walmart, which includes Diablo 4 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 for $489, or $439 without CoD.

If you’re a Best Buy Plus/ Tech Total member you can also get a Series X for $399 + a Best Buy $50 Gift Card, and for everyone else its $449 buts that still a great deal. Microsoft is currently hosting its own Black Friday sale, and you can currently get an Xbox Series S + 3-months Xbox Game Pass for $249.

Dell also has a variety of deals now available across PCs, laptops, consoles, accessories, and more. In addition, Dell has several monitors available for a discounted rate for Black Friday. Be sure to check out our Dell Black Friday 2023 roundup for all the ongoing deals.

Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.

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