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There's nothing better than relaxing at home after Thanksgiving to game... unless of course you're relaxing at home and avoiding the Cyber Monday crush by hitting up the sales online. 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.
Nov - Deals - Availability
Updated, Nov. 26: Confirmed deals and availability.
We've collected some of the best deals we've seen so far below. Bear in mind:
Deals - Monday - Nov
The deals below are current as of Monday, Nov. 26.
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Listing - Retailer - Website - One - Deals
We link to the current listing at the retailer's website where one is available, but some of these deals are going fast. We'll keep updating as things change.
Yes! We've been hoping this was gonna happen. Another $200 PS4, this time with Red Dead Redemption. This won't last long. Go! Go! Go!
Deal - Stock
This deal is live now with limited stock.
If you're going to be getting these bundles and games, you'll likely want to play multiplayer to take advantage of Sony's monthly selection of free games. This year's Black Friday discounts knock $20 off the usual $60 12-month PlayStation Plus subscription.
Deal - Online
This deal is live online now.
If you don't care about those games, or the Move controllers, you can look for a variety of bundles at major retailers starting at $50 less. Titles include Astro Bot Rescue Mission, Firewall, and Creed: Rise to Glory, and retailers include Walmart (below) as well as Best Buy and GameStop.
Deal - Stock - Online
The deal is out of stock online now.
If you haven't bought a next-generation console yet, here's one...
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