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In the midst of consistent supply shortages and high demand, it’s rare that gaming tech gets discounted. If you’ve been on the hunt for accessories for your gaming setup, and you’re a HyperX fan (like we are), you’re in luck. HP has discounts on all HyperX accessories, from now through April 9, 2022.

You can find headsets, microphones, keyboards and more from HyperX at HP for less when you use the discount code HYPERX10 at checkout to save 10%. You can use the discount code on already-discounted items, too.

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When you shop the HyperX collection at HP, you can get the HyperX Cloud II headphones for $89.99 with the coupon code, saving you $10. The Cloud II headphones were our best value pick when we tested gaming headsets, ranking high for their comfortable ear cups and superb audio quality (they’re also the headphones Jodi Comer wears throughout Free Guy). You can also get the Cloud Stinger headphones, which ranked high in our roundup of the best headphones for PlayStation gaming and are currently on sale for $44.99 (you’ll save $5). 

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If you’re looking to get into streaming on Twitch or YouTube and want an aesthetic setup, you can find a great deal on the HyperX QuadCast S USB microphone, which comes with RGB lighting and is $143.99 right now with the discount code, saving you $16. You can also get a HyperX Alloy Origins Core mechanical keyboard, which boasts colorful, adjustable lighting and a detachable case for customization. The keyboard was already on sale for $69.99, but with the coupon code you can save an additional $7. 

You can find more great deals on HyperX at HP, and remember to use the coupon code to get an extra 10% off (all prices listed are adjusted for the 10% discount).

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