Oculus Quest 2 fans can snap a new money-saving deal to start 2022

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New Oculus Quest 2 deal launched to kick off 2022 (Image: META)

If you are thinking of purchasing an Oculus Quest 2 headset now, you can also enjoy an extra discount. The official Meta Quest website is offering anyone who buys an Oculus Quest 2 an extra £10 discount on the Quest 2 Elite strap with battery. This accessory – which usually costs £99 – is one of the most useful Oculus add-ons out there.

This ergonomic strap gives you extra balance and support for the Oculus Quest 2 headset, and also provides two hours of extra playtime – thanks to the extra battery.

So that means more time playing incredible Oculus Quest 2 games like Resident Evil 4 VR and Beat Saber, and less time charging your headset.

This deal, which you can take advantage of by click here, means the Quest 2 Elite strap with battery will cost £89 instead of the usual £99.

While this is a nice discount, this new Oculus deal – which kicked off in early 2022 – isn’t quite as good as what came before it.

Previously, Oculus offered £10 off accessory purchases, such as the Quest 2 Elite strap and Quest Link cable, even if you didn’t buy a headset.

While prior to this deal, Oculus was offering £50 in store credit bundled with a purchase of an Oculus Quest 2 headset, which you could use to get some free games for your new VR gaming device.

If you’d rather wait for another deal, rather than take advantage of the current Elite belt promotion, there’s another offer you should know about right now.

This deal is available at Currys, bundling with the retailer in a Oculus Quest 2 carrying case with headset purchase.

Not only that, but the retailer offers a savings of £29 off the price of the case.

Currys did have a Quest 2 128GB and carrying case bundle available for £319, but it’s now sold out.

You can still get the Oculus Quest 2 256GB headset with an Oculus carrying case for £419 – that’s a saving of £29 off the usual £448 price tag.

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