HyperX Loot Drop II thanks fans with more big savings

This week HyperX are delivering a Loot Drop of tactical savings up to 50% off to reward fans.

As spring is springing HyperX are launching another Loot Drop of big savings on gear for fans to equip on their chosen battlestations.

To reward the growing HyperX family for being the best community on the internet [citation not needed], from March 7–12 you can get discounts of up to half price on 24 items for PC and console from the HyperX range, across keyboards, mice, mouse pads, headsets and microphones.

During HyperX Loot Drop II, fans can benefit from Black Friday-level savings during a month that isn’t overwhelmed by festive holidays and game releases to save up for!

Standout offers include the HyperX Cloud Alpha S headset in your choice of black or blue for just $79.99 (down from $129.99), the ultra-light Pulsefire Haste gaming mouse for $29.99 (down from $49.99) and the full-spectrum LED QuadCast S microphone for $119.99 (down from $159.99).

You can also pick up a compact tenkeyless mechanical keyboard for just $69.99 when the Alloy Origins Core drops from $89.99 during the Loot Drop II sale. Or if you can’t live without a numpad, its bigger brother the Alloy Origins with tactile Aqua switches is down to just $89.99.

HyperX fans who do their grinding on console can also pick up headsets tailor-made for the box of their choice. Relax on the couch with wireless headsets like the Stinger Core Wireless for PS4/PS5, dropping to $59.99 (from $79.99), and for Xboxers the CloudX Flight Wireless is down at $99.99 (from $159.99).

While the HyperX Loot Drop II is a way of saying thank you to fans for making such a welcoming community, there are plenty of bargains for newbies to join the HyperX family. Especially first-time PC builders looking to pick up their ideal setup on a budget (after blowing everything else on a graphics card). 

The teeny tiny SoloCast microphone is just $39.99, grab a large cloth Fury S mouse pad for your desk for just $9.99 and the Alloy Core RGB gives you all the LED styling you could want but with ultra-responsive, quiet membrane keys to save on cost at just $34.99.

To see all of the deals in the HyperX Loot Drop II, head over to the shop and browse the collection. Thanks for being a fan, fam.


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