Get a $50 gift card when you purchase the official PS5 headset

For a limited time, you can receive a free $50 online gift card when you purchase a Sony Pulse 3D gaming headset from Dell’s online store. The wireless headset is reasonably priced at $100, so getting a $50 gift card with your order is a pretty great deal. Dell is just one of many retailers offering outstanding gaming and technology deals in response to the second round of Amazon Prime Day (Big Deal Days).

If you want to earn even more store credit, Dell has a similar offer that will give you a $100 gift card Buy a new PS5 console.

Sony Pulse 3D wireless headset
Sony Pulse 3D wireless headset

The Pulse 3D gaming headset is Sony’s official PS5 headset and features full support for the PS5’s built-in spatial audio, as well as a sleek design with two noise-cancelling microphones built into the ear cups instead of a boom mic like other gaming headsets . The Pulse 3D works wirelessly over Bluetooth and charges with the included USB-C cable, or you can connect it to your DualSense controller’s 3.5mm audio jack for wired connections. Speaking of the DualSense, you should check out these DualSense bundle deals that come with a PlayStation-exclusive game.

The gift card will be credited to your account after purchase. Although it can only be used on Dell, the manufacturer has one lots of PS5 games and accessories , including The Last of Us Part 2, Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales Ultimate Edition, DualSense Edge, PSVR 2 and more. However, the gift card can be used on any product in Dell’s online store, including the numerous pre-built desktops, gaming laptops, monitors, and other PC hardware offered.

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