When it comes to the best gaming headsets and accessories for new gamers and enthusiasts alike, HyperX ranks highly thanks to its premium builds and quality materials.
Now, as a “thank you” to all of its fans (and as a moneymaking opportunity for itself), the gaming brand is having a weeklong sales event called HyperX Loot Drop. Throughout the week, HyperX will be dropping big daily discounts across everything it does, including its accessories and even components like its best RAM.
These discounts will be available across all the big online retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, Fred Meyer, Microsoft and more. Here are the best HyperX deals we're seeing on this first day of the sale.
The Best HyperX Loot Drop Deals of the day
HyperX Cloud S wired gaming headset: was $129, now $99 at Best Buy
This light and comfortable gaming headset sports a deep, immersive, 7.1 surround soundstage with adjustable bass. This experience pairs with a crystal clear microphone to deliver clear team chat!
HyperX Alloy Elite 2: was $129, now $111 at Amazon
This wired mechanical gaming keyboard packs a solid steel frame and customisable RGB to give a premium look feel to its construction. The HyperX mechanical switches and pudding caps offer plenty of travel and a satisfyingly tactile response for gaming and work alike.
HyperX Alloy Origins Core: was $89, now $64 at HyperX
Lacking the space for a full-size mechanical gaming keyboard? HyperX has got you covered with the Alloy Origins Core. This has a full aircraft-grade aluminum body, switches rated to last for 80 million keystrokes and a 100% anti-ghosting.
HyperX Fury DDR4 RGB: was $117, now $87 at HyperX (scroll down to find the deal)
The RGB making this RAM stick look amazing is just the tip of the iceberg. With a 3,466MHz speed, this DDR4 RAM offers plenty of multitasking performance.
HyperX Alloy Core RGB Membrane: was $42.99, now $39.99 at Target
Is your budget a little further south than the more expensive keyboards at all? HyperX have also cut the price of their membrane gaming keyboard too. It may not have the same typing experience or customisability of the above options, but it will more than handily do the job!
This event comes after recent news that HP is set to acquire HyperX for $425 million, so it's possible this deal is also acting as a sort of warehouse-clearing event before the brands get consolidated. We're not 100% sure how HP plans to split up its products' branding, though HP has said the HyperX will retain "DRAM, flash, and SSD products for gamers and enthusiasts."
To see the latest deals as the event goes on, keep checking this page throughout this week, as we will add new offers as they become available! And for more information about all the participating countries and retailers, HyperX has set up its own Loot Drop website.
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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.