Tuesday, November 21st 2017

SteelSeries Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals 2017

SteelSeries, leader and innovator in gaming peripherals, kicks off the holiday season with massive Black Friday and Cyber Monday promotions and the SteelSeries Holiday Gift-a-thon. SteelSeries is celebrating the holiday season with big sales on its most popular products and the first-ever "SteelSeries Gift-a-thon," a giveaway in which more and more prizes are added as more people enter. Prizes include new SteelSeries gear, exclusive in-game codes, Apple TVs, custom-built PCs, and "SteelSeries for life" - a program where winners will receive one new product in each category every year for life!

The Gift-a-thon starts on November 21 and ends on November 30. Participants can enter at steelseries.com. Participants will also receive 50 additional giveaway entries with any purchase on SteelSeries.com (limit one per customer).
Here are the tiers for the SteelSeries Holiday Gift-a-thon prizes:
  • At 1,000 entries: 5 Apple TVs, 40x Nimbus controllers (each worth $50) (~$100)
  • At 5,000 entries: Shopping spree in your favorite game (up to $200)
  • At 15,000 entries: 60x Neverwinter Knight of the Feyworld packs (worth $60 each), 3x Neverwinter Hero of the North packs (worth $200 each)
  • At 25,000 entries: Build-a-PC shopping spree (up to $2000)
  • At 40,000 entries: Shopping spree in your favorite game (up to $300)
  • At 60,000 entries: 5x Golden Rival 310 (worth $150 each)
  • At 80,000 entries: SteelSeries for life (worth $500+)
Black Friday
Here are SteelSeries' Black Friday deals. The sale runs from November 21 to November 28 (while supplies last).

BUNDLE DEALS
50% off all mousepads with the purchase of any of these bundles
  • Arctis 5 + Rival 310: $119.99, $159.99? $40 off
  • Sensei 310 + M500: $119.99, $139.99? $20 off
  • Apex 150 + Rival 110: $69.99, $89.99? $20 off
  • Apex M750 + Rival 310: $159.99, $199.99? $40 off
Everything else:
50% off all accessories with the purchase of any of these wireless headsets
  • Arctis 7: $119.99, $149.99? $30 off
  • Siberia 840: $239.99, $329.99? $90 off
  • Siberia 800: $194.99, $299.99? $105 off
Cyber Monday WOW Sale
SteelSeries' Cyber Monday WOW sale will begin on Monday, November 27. For one day only, in addition to other deals, the Arctis 3 gaming headset will be discounted from its $79.99 price down to $59.99.

For more information about SteelSeries' holiday promotions or SteelSeries complete selection of gaming accessories, visit www.SteelSeries.com.
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10 Comments on SteelSeries Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals 2017

#1
jmcslob
This is the kind of advertising I want to see on TPU
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#2
BiggieShady
  • Siberia 800: $209.99, $299.99? 90% off
Shouldn't this be 90$ not percents?
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#3
Pan
Been looking to get a new headset, maybe ill pull the trigger on the Arctis 3
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#4
Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
I see you, Arctis 7..


Where is my paycheck, i must be prepared.
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THE_EGG
Toothless
I see you, Arctis 7..


Where is my paycheck, i must be prepared.
Make sure you have flatter than normal ears. Many folks (including myself) have noted the very shallow ear cups. I find that my ear touches the speaker grill and becomes achy after about an hour of use.

I changed to a LucidSound LS40 and it's much better imo - though I probably should have saved $70 and went with the LS30. Comfier, sounds better, works on Xbox along with the PS4 and PC, and no proprietary cables needed.
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Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
THE_EGG
Make sure you have flatter than normal ears. Many folks (including myself) have noted the very shallow ear cups. I find that my ear touches the speaker grill and becomes achy after about an hour of use.

I changed to a LucidSound LS40 and it's much better imo - though I probably should have saved $70 and went with the LS30. Comfier, sounds better, works on Xbox along with the PS4 and PC, and no proprietary cables needed.
Better sound than the Arctic? I'm really looking at it for the wireless capability because I'm slowly making a work corner in my room that is too far from my main rig to have a cable go across.
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THE_EGG
Toothless
Better sound than the Arctic? I'm really looking at it for the wireless capability because I'm slowly making a work corner in my room that is too far from my main rig to have a cable go across.
Yup, a much "fuller" overall sound and it has richer bass too. Frankly I was quite disappointed with the Arctis - build quality was good though, perhaps slightly better than the LucidSound. I bought my LS40 pair from BestBuy when I was in the US earlier this year as we didn't have them in Australia at the time.

Also I had to get my Arctis 7 replaced because of faulty wireless (constant drop-outs and static sounds). I still get static sounds sometimes but no more drop-outs. Just to note, the LucidSound has a wireless USB dongle rather than the wireless puck on the Arctis. Also the LS40 has Dolby Live compatibility for better surround effects (ie; a surround mode that doesn't turn the playback into soup like on many other headsets), but I normally just use the stereo profile.
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Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
THE_EGG
Yup, a much "fuller" overall sound and it has richer bass too. Frankly I was quite disappointed with the Arctis - build quality was good though, perhaps slightly better than the LucidSound. I bought my LS40 pair from BestBuy when I was in the US earlier this year as we didn't have them in Australia at the time.

Also I had to get my Arctis 7 replaced because of faulty wireless (constant drop-outs and static sounds). I still get static sounds sometimes but no more drop-outs. Just to note, the LucidSound has a wireless USB dongle rather than the wireless puck on the Arctis. Just to note the LS40 has an optical-in port on the dongle for Dolby Live compatibility for better surround effects (ie; a surround mode that doesn't turn the playback into soup like on many other headsets), but I normally just use the stereo profile.
Do you know if the LS30 has the wireless part too?
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THE_EGG
Toothless
Do you know if the LS30 has the wireless part too?
Yup the LS30 is wireless. And my bad, the only difference between the LS30 and LS40 is that the LS30 misses out on the DTS Headphone X 7.1 virtual surround sound effects (though I mainly use the standard stereo profile on my LS40) - it still has optical-in on the USB dongle though I don't know what its purpose would be. I use the built-in mic quite a bit when I'm on the go for phone calls which works great because it means that I don't look like I'm wearing a gaming headset as I just remove the boom mic.

LS30 also misses out on the carry pouch but for such a saving in price I think the LS30 would be the better buy. I guess I got a bit ripped off with the LS40 haha.
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Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
THE_EGG
Yup the LS30 is wireless. And my bad, the only difference between the LS30 and LS40 is that the LS30 misses out on the DTS Headphone X 7.1 virtual surround sound effects (though I mainly use the standard stereo profile on my LS40) - it still has optical-in on the USB dongle though I don't know what its purpose would be. I use the built-in mic quite a bit when I'm on the go for phone calls which works great because it means that I don't look like I'm wearing a gaming headset as I just remove the boom mic.

LS30 also misses out on the carry pouch but for such a saving in price I think the LS30 would be the better buy. I guess I got a bit ripped off with the LS40 haha.
LS30 is 100 bucks right now. I might go for it tbh.
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