PlayStation 4 Black Friday Deals

PlayStation 4 had a great run and its going strong into the holidays with price drops on the console, the PSVR (a must-buy with its increasingly fantastic library of games) as well as some other fantastic price drops.

This holiday, and its inevitable big sales of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, are upon us and that means it’s time to start shopping deals for your beloved console. In this post, we’ve put together some of the better deals you can find for the PlayStation 4 as well as discounts on peripherals and games.

Peruse below and drop any deals not listed in the comments to help your fellow gamers out. If you’re more into PC gaming, check out this Computer Gaming Black Friday round-up, or if you’re more into Nintendo, check out this Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 2DS Black Friday round-up and this major digital game sale for both devices.


PlayStation 4 Slim 1TB and Spider-Man

Sale Price: $200

Where: Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Sam’s Club, Target, and Walmart


PlayStation VR Astro Bot and Moss bundle

Sale Price: $199.99

Where: Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Target, Newegg, and Walmart


PlayStation VR Rise to Glory and SuperHot bundle with two PlayStation Move controllers

Sale Price: $249.99

Where: Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Newegg, Target, and Walmart



DualShock 4 Controller

Sale Price: $40

Where: Best Buy, GameStop, Kohl’s, Target, Walmart


PlayStation VR Bundle with Camera, Move Controllers, Creed: Rise to Glory, and Superhot VR

Sale Price: $250

Where: AmazonBest Buy, GameStop, and Target


PlayStation VR Astro Bot Bundle

Sale Price: $200

Where: Best Buy and Walmart


12-month PlayStation Plus Subscription

Sale Price: $40

Where: Best Buy, PlayStation Store


Turtle Beach Recon 150 Wired Headset

Sale Price: $30

Where: Best Buy



Marvel’s Spider-Man

Sale Price: $39.59

Where: Amazon, PlayStation Store


Monster Hunter: World

Sale Price: $19.99

Where: Best Buy


God of War

Sale Price: $17

Where: GameStop


Fallout 76

Sale Price: $29.99

Where: GameStop


Dragon Quest 11: Echoes of an Elusive Age

Sale Price: $29.99

Where: Best Buy

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Sale Price: $38.99

Where: GameStop


Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Sale Price: $24

Where: GameStop


Overwatch: Legendary Edition

Sale Price: $19.99

Where: GameStop

Assassin’s Creed Origins

Sale Price: $20

Where: Best Buy


Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Online Edition

Sale Price: $20

Where: Best Buy, GameStop, and PlayStation Store


Monster Hunter World

Sale Price: $17

Where: Walmart

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