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Cyber ​​Monday 2018: PS4 Pro deals are still live, but $ 199 PS4 Spider-Man, Red Dead Redemption 2 Bundles Sold Out


Amazon PS4 Slim Spider-Man bundle

Hello Cyber ​​Monday shoppers. Looking for a good deal on a game console? Xbox and Switch have you covered, with plenty of great bundles still in stock online (as of Friday morning). PS4? Not so much Although there are rumors of new bundles approaching.

Sony's red hot console deal went on sale last Sunday, alongside similar options from Xbox. But Sony's – which paired at 1TB PS4 Slim console with the PS4-exclusive Spider-Man game for just $ 199 – was available almost everywhere. Until it went of stock, almost everywhere.

Still, the step-up PS4 Pro – albeit twice as expensive – is widely available, with Red Dead Redemption 2 thrown in at no extra charge. With that in mind, here are the best PS4 deals we're seeing online.

Updated Friday, Nov. 26 at 00:05 p.m. ET with current price links.

PS4 with Red Dead Redemption 2 sold out in minutes!

Sony PS4 Slim 1TB with Red Dead Redemption $ 199

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Yes We've been hoping this was gonna happen. Another $ 200 PS4, this time with Red Dead Redemption. This will not last long. Go! Go! Go!

Note: Looks like it's out of stock already. We'll update if the deal comes back.

$ 200.00 at Walmart

PS4 Spider-Man Bundle: Sold out almost everywhere

While availability returned to a few places earlier in the week, the $ 199 Spider-Man bundle now seems sold out – online, at least – everywhere we can see, although Best Buy and Target list it as "in-store only," at least in our location:

See it at Best Buy
See it at Target

While the following ones are listed as out of stock, we have collected the links here for easy access and checking, should they return. Keep an eye on Kohl's, too: If you're willing to brave the lines at your local Kohl's store – or if it returns online – you might be able to get the console bundle for $ 200 and $ 60 in Kohl's Cash.

See it at Walmart
See it at Amazon
See it at Kohl's
See it at GameStop

Important note: Xbox bundles at $ 199 to $ 229 are still widely available. If you can live without exclusive PS4 like Spider-Man, God of War and the Uncharted series, it's an excellent substitute that will still play everything from Call of Duty, Madden, Assassin's Creed and the like.

PS4 Pro with Red Dead 2 for $ 399: Widely available

As mentioned above, this bundle (which, unlike Spider-Man, was never pitched as a Black Friday exclusive) remains widely available. That's not surprising given the price differential, but considering you can get one of the best games of the year (or maybe ever?) Thrown in for free, it's worth noting, at least if you're buying for an adult gamer.

Take note: Red Dead actually looks considerably better on the Xbox One X (according to resident game guru Jeff Bakalar), which you can get this week at the same price, albeit without the game included.

The GameStop deal is now gone, but others still remain.

See it at Target
See it at Best Buy

PSVR deals

Sony PlayStation VR bundle with Creed and Superhot: $ 250 (save $ 100)

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If you already own a PS4, this kit takes it to the next level with two great VR games – Creed: Rise to Glory and Superhot VR – as well as the two Move controllers for just $ 30 more than you'd normally pay for the base VR system alone. This bundle was widely available as of Sunday, but you have started to sell out. Retailers include Walmart, Amazon, GameStop and Best Buy.

Update: looks like this one is completely sold out now.

See at Best Buy

Sony PlayStation VR review

Save $ 100 on all PlayStation VR bundles, starting at $ 200

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If you do not 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 GameStop and Best Buy.

See at Walmart

What about games?

Before you buy any titles, you should set up a PS4 owner with an annual membership to PlayStation Plus, which allows online multiplayer, and offers discounted online purchases – and a handful of free titles every month. This $ 10 discount is good for new and existing subscribers, too.

PlayStation Plus 12-month subscription: $ 40

If you're going to be getting these bundles and games, you'll probably want to play multiplayer to take advantage of Sony's monthly selection of free games. This year's sales discounts knock $ 20 off the usual $ 60 12-month PlayStation Plus subscription.

$ 39.00 at Amazon

See at Walmart

Yes, lots of great PS4 titles are on sale, too. Start by checking out the digital discounts at the online PlayStation Store. Compare those prices to some of the now-available discounts at GameStop. Some of our favorites – all fantastic PS4 exclusive – are listed below.

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Originally published on Nov. 19, 2018.
Update, Nov. 25: Removed out of stock deals.

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