Best Prime Day VR headset deals

Best Prime Day VR headset deals
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Prime Day is finally over, but there are still a bunch of deals out there all in the name of Black Friday. The deals aren't stopping, so we're curating the best Prime Day VR headset deals.

VR headsets cost as much as consoles nowadays, but with some price cuts, they might actually be affordable. Speaking of VR Headsets, the Oculus Quest 2 is now finally available. It's not on sale, unfortunately, but that's to be expected since it just launched.

Amazon offers a free 30-day Prime membership trial (opens in new tab) as an incentive to start shopping. You can cancel before your trial ends to avoid being charged the $119 yearly membership for Prime, but $119 isn't too bad since you get Amazon Prime Video bundled with it. College students can also sign up for a Prime Student membership (opens in new tab) to shop for Prime Day deals. Prime Student costs $59 per year (50% less than a traditional membership) and offers many of the same perks.

Prime Day 2020 officially kicked off Tuesday and ended Thursday morning, but still we expect to see tons of deals on today’s best tech gear. Be sure to bookmark our Prime Day page for this year’s exclusive deals. 

Prime Day VR headset deals right now

Best Prime day VR headset deals

launched today for $299 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Oculus Quest 2: launched today for $299 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
While the Oculus Quest 2 (opens in new tab) isn't on sale, it just launched today and it is arguably the best VR headset you can get for the price. You won't find a deal better than this. The latest version of the standalone VR headset refines or expands the things we loved about the original.

was $299 now $229 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)

Sony PlayStation VR: was $299 now $229 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
This is a Geek Squad Certified refurbished Sony PlayStation VR, so keep that in mind before you purchase it. All that means is that Besy Buy's Geek Squad tested it themselves to ensure it works. You'll be able to carry this headset over to the PS5 (opens in new tab), so don't worry about being too late to the VR party.

Dell Visor Virtual Reality Headset: was $350 now $308 (opens in new tab)

Dell Visor Virtual Reality Headset: was $350 now $308 (opens in new tab)
The Dell Visor Virtual Reality Headset is currently on sale. It offers a 110 degree viewing angle on its LCD displays. It requires an HDMI 2.0 and USB 3.0 port to connect. Be warned, however, the Best Buy reviews claim that Best Buy has been shipping demo units accidentally, which is the weirdest thing I've ever heard.

was $689 now $599 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

HTC Vive Cosmos: was $689 now $599 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The HTC Vive Cosmos (opens in new tab) offers great features like a sharp display, great audio, solid app featuring a ton of games, and a near $100 price cut starts making it even more of a bargain. You can use that extra cash for some base stations (opens in new tab) ($135).

was $650 now $599 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

HP Reverb VR Headset Professional Edition: was $650 now $599 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Get the HP Reverb VR Headset Professional Edition for $50 off. It offers 2160 x 2160 resolution per eye, 114 degree field of view, plus integrated spatial audio and dual smart assistant supported mics. It comes in at 2.17 x 6.97 x 3.31 inches and weighs 1.1 pounds.

Oculus Go 64GB: was $310, now $250 (opens in new tab)

Oculus Go 64GB: was $310, now $250 (opens in new tab)
The Oculus Go headset isn't a heavy VR gaming headset like the rest, but rather it relies on showcasing mobile apps, so you can spend some time watching movies or even playing games, just not graphically intensive ones.

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