We’re seeing PlayStation Black Friday deals in full swing now, and the big day is finally here. The PlayStation 5 is one of Black Friday’s most coveted and most popular deals. If you’re hoping to get your hands on a PS5 this year during the sales event, you’re in luck! PlayStation 5 consoles are available everywhere right now, and there are even some incredible discounts to consider. They have a selection of console bundles on sale for Black Friday (including free games), $50 off the standard PS5, and even money off the brand new PS5 Slim model (disc and digital versions).
Black Friday: Where to buy PlayStation 5 Slim
If you want to get your hands on the new PS5 Slim, there are a few ways you can do it. Besides being able to pick it up on its own, there are two great PS5 Slim bundles for Black Friday that are worth picking up.
These are bundled with Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 or Modern Warfare 3, which includes the game for free. You know these deals go back up to $560 after Black Friday, so take advantage of just $500 while they’re still in stock. Also, for all digital owners, the PS5 Slim Digital Edition is now available for purchase for $449, and for future reference, should you decide to upgrade — The attachable disk drive is now available for $79.99.
PS5 slim bundles
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PS5 Call of Duty Modern Warfare III Bundle (Slim model)
1TB SSD storage and Modern Warfare III for free.
PS5 Slim Digital
Where to buy PS5 on Black Friday
Between an industry-wide chip shortage in late 2020 and scalpers reselling consoles for nearly $2,000, getting your hands on a PS5 has been tough, but supply is finally outstripping demand, and right now it’s very high. It’s common to see consoles in-store and online at most retailers.
If you want a standard, non-slim bundle deal on the PS5, you can find the Spider-Man 2 PS5 bundle on Amazon and Walmart right now for $499. That’s 11% off its regular price of $559.99, and worth what you’re getting. If you want to buy a standard PS5 console, you can find it at Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart at the links below. It runs $450 for the disc version, but gets you the console and a controller, so you can start playing right away.
Robert Anderson is a contract expert and business editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.