Save Those Coins: Sony Selling PlayStation 4 For $200 On Black Friday

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and that means good food and GREAT sales on electronics, especially video game consoles. This Black Friday, Sony is looking to lure even more people to their side by chopping the price PlayStation 4 system and console bundles.

If you are in the market for a new console or need to get that gift for your young one, Sony got you covered. Sony will kick things f a bit early this year, starting their Black Friday deals early.

Starting November 19 through Cyber Monday, you can purchase standard PlayStation 4, 1TB console for only $200. A $100 difference from the regular retail price.

*Birdman hand rub*

The savings don’t stop there, you can also cop a PlayStation VR Bundles at great prices as well. Sony announced they will be fering the PlayStation VR Gran Turismo Bundle for $299 and the Playstation VR Skyrim Bundle for $349.

Save Those Coins: Sony Selling PlayStation 4 For $200 On Black Friday

So if you been on the fence when it came to PlayStation VR, this is your opportunity to hop f it and cop one. Dualshock 4 controllers will also be apart the week-long deal. You can cop a new controller for just $49.99 that even applies to recently released translucent models.

Wait there’s more…

PS Plus members can get first dibs on PlayStation Store Black Friday sale starting November 17th. Sony will be fering up to 40% f the hottest blockbuster titles.

Sony made a strong case for their system recently at Paris Games Week that their system is the premier place to play video games. These deals ensure that and will most definitely lure new PS4 owners.

Interesting there were no deals announced for the PS4 Pro system especially after Microst just dropped the Xbox One X. There is still time for Sony to make a move though.

To learn more about Sony’s deals head here.

Microst your on the clock, we want to see what you have to fer.

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