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Best Black Friday PS4 Deals and Sales 2018 (Walmart, Best Buy, Target, Amazon, & More)

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Best Black Friday PS4 Deals and Sales 2018 (Walmart, Best Buy, Target, Amazon, & More)

It’s nearly Black Friday time, which means retailers are rolling out crazy-low prices for gaming hardware and software. It’s *the* time to score PS4 sales and deals before the holiday season, which means you should expect stock to fly out the door.

Thankfully, you won’t necessarily have to roll up your sleeves and get involved in the in-store frenzy to take advantage of the deals. Most of the big retailers already have their discounts listed and shopping is available online – though not all prices are available from the comfort of your own home.

We’ve sifted through the best deals out there thus far, including the various games, peripherals, and PS4 bundle offers. But if you don’t see what you’re looking for at the moment, be sure to check back later as we’ll keep updating this list with any latecomers we find.

Otherwise, check our other lists for more options:

Best Black Friday PS4 Deals and Sales 2018

Walmart

Walmart’s Black Friday PS4 deals have been listed, but they’re not live until the actual week of Black Friday. Online shopping is available throughout the 21st, and then in-store discounts will continue into the following day until 1 am. Here’s the best PS4-related content:

  • Sony PS4 Slim 1TB + Spider-Man Bundle – $199
  • PlayStation VR + Astrobot Bundle (unit + move controllers + camera + game, no console)- $199
  • Sony PS4 Dual Shock Controller – $39.00

Select Video Game Discounts

  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – $35
  • God of War – $25
  • NBA Live 19 – $25
  • Diablo 3 – $17
  • UFC3 – $17
  • Resident Evil 7 – $12
  • Fallout 4 – $12

Target

Target’s deals go live on Thanksgiving, Nov. 21 5am-7pm, before re-opening for Black Friday at 7am.

Honestly, though, we’re not seeing a great deal of interest from Target this year. They have the same PS4 + Spider-Man bundle as Walmart; their PSVR package isn’t as appealing in our opinion but we’ll list it anyway in case you’re a fan of the included games. Perhaps the best offers are on one or two select PS4 game sales.

  • Sony PS4 Slim 1TB + Spider-Man Bundle – $199
  • PSVR Bundle + Creed Rise to Glory + Superhot (unit + move controllers + camera + games, no console) – $249

Select Video Game Discounts

  • Call of Duty Black Ops 4 – $45
  • FIFA 19 – $25
  • SoulCalibur VI – $35
  • Wolfenstein The New Colossus – $15

Amazon

Amazon’s Black Friday savings work totally different from typical brick and mortar stores. For one thing, there’s no printed advertisement with deals listed in advance. Instead, Amazon will release new deals every hour for the entire week of Black Friday, starting Nov. 19.

They’ve already got the ball rolling with various early deals and free shipping on Amazon orders, but there’s precious little in the way of PS4 content so far. We’ll keep this page updated throughout next week.

Best Buy

Best Buy doesn’t really have any special console bundles to take advantage of, but if you’re looking for cheap physical games, they are definitely offering the best prices on select software. We’re listing ones here that’ll save you $15-$30 over its normal price, but there are loads more to be had on their listing:

  • Sony PS4 Slim 1TB + Spider-Man Bundle – $199

Note, the above console bundle is available earlier than other retailers, Nov. 18.

Select Video Game Discounts

  • Madden NFL 19 – $29.99
  • PES 2019 – $29.99
  • NHL 19 – $29.99
  • Dragon Quest XI – $29.99
  • Detroit Become Human – $19.99
  • The Crew 2 – $19.99

That does it for Black Friday PS4 deals so far. We’re not seeing anything worth mentioning for PS4 at other retailers such as Costco, Kohl’s, etc, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted if that changes.

Author:

Alex has a BA in Political Science and English Writing, but he's also a self-proclaimed history and meteorological expert. He loves cyberpunk and fantasy, and RPGs are kind of his thing too.

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