Corsair HS70 Deals: Up to $25 off This Gaming Headset

Corsair HS70
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We’re knee deep in Black Friday season and you can find a bunch of impressive Corsair HS70 gaming headset deals! Not only that, but as you can read in our Corsair HS70 review, these are savings available on a pair of cans that we highly recommend.

The sound quality is seriously good from its 50mm neodymium magnet: providing a full-bodied, thumping bass that doesn’t impact the detail of the mids and highs, while providing a spacious clarity that surrounds and immerses you. 

This comes paired with a good quality unidirectional noise-cancelling microphone, which has been Discord-certified for its terrific ability to eliminate background noise and give your voice an impressive definition without distortion. And all of this happens over a high-speed wireless connection with virtually zero lag and a 16-hour battery life.

Packed into a lightweight, comfortable construction with plush cup cushioning and ease-of-use thanks to Bluetooth connectivity, this is a great option for gameplay with the versatility to work across Zoom calls and more — made even better by these Black Friday price reductions.

You can see the best prices on the Corsair HS70 gaming headset just below:

Corsair HS70: was $99.99, now $74.99 at Best Buy

Corsair HS70: was $99.99, now $74.99 at Best Buy
Get $25 off Corsair’s wireless gaming headset at Best Buy right now, as part of the retailer’s Black Friday sale. Usable in wired more with a 5.4ft cable, or wireless mode with either the USB-A receiver or Bluetooth, this sports a flexibility and compatibility across PC and consoles.

Corsair HS70: was £99.99, now £84.99 at Amazon UK

Corsair HS70: was £99.99, now £84.99 at Amazon UK
Meanwhile, in the UK, you can get £15 off this headset at the moment, but with this purchase, you can also get 66% off a 3-month Xbox Game Pass for PC subscription. This is a great all-in-one solution to getting great games and a 7.1 surround sound experience.

Jason England

Jason is a deals writer at Tom's Hardware — bringing a decade of tech and gaming journalism to the role. He specializes in making sure you never pay more than you should for PC components and tech! He has previously written for other publications like Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus and in his spare time, you'll find him looking for good dogs to pet or eating pizza in his home town of Nottingham, UK.