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A new game console means hundreds of hours of entertainment with the best games. And a console bought during Black Friday means hundreds of dollars of savings.
This year the biggest names in console gaming, namely Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox, have deals that include their consoles as well as bundled games, all for big savings. And almost all of them are available now.
Deals - Bear - Mind
We've collected some of the best deals we've seen so far below. Bear in mind:
The deals below are current as of Tuesday, Nov. 20.
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PlayStation - Slim - Console - Spider-Man - Games
The PlayStation 4 Slim is a great all-round console, Spider-Man is one of the best big-budget games released this year, and you can save $100 with this deal.
This bundle is available at numerous retailers, including Walmart (see link below) Gamestop, Target, and Best Buy. But it's proving so popular that as of the afternoon of Tuesday, Nov. 20, it's sold out at most places. Good luck, and you might want to try a local store.
Spider-Man - Bundle - PS4 - Unit - Price
The Spider-Man bundle above includes the entry-level PS4 unit. It's great for the price, but if you want 4K gaming, you'll want the step-up PS4 Pro model. That isn't really discounted below its standard $400 price, but you can find it bundled with Red Dead Redemption 2 -- one of the best games ever -- at no extra charge. That's effectively a $60 discount, and months of amazing (adult) gameplay. (We have to note, though, that the Xbox One X version of the game does look better.)
This bundle is available everywhere, but like the Slim PS4...
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