Black Friday is the best day of the year to buy a new computer. If your new computer happens to be VR-ready, you’ll likely be tempted to buy a virtual reality headset as well, and for two days only, you can get an HTC Vive at a discount.

DEAL ALERT: The best Black Friday sale of the year is happening right now!

If you buy a Vive on either Black Friday or Cyber Monday, you “can receive $100, £100, €100, or the equivalent local currency in your region off the price, or back through an in-store coupon,” while supplies last. This deal will be available at the following locations:, Microsoft Stores, Amazon, GameStop,, Micro Center and, for the very first time, Fry’s.

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In addition to the discount on the hardware itself, Vive is also hosting a sale on its Viveport app store throughout the entire holiday weekend. If you spend at least $30 between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, you’ll have $10 added to your wallet 10 days after the sale ends on November 28th.

Vive is also offering three of its most popular VR apps in a bundle for $5 during the holiday weekend, and the following 20 apps will be 50% off:

  • A Chair in a Room: Greenwater
  • Adventurous Life VR
  • Apollo 11 VR
  • C O S M Worlds Within Worlds
  • Cloudlands: VR Minigolf
  • Cmoar VR Cinema
  • Daylight’s End (US only)
  • DrumKit VR
  • Emily Wants to Play
  • Grand Canyon
  • Heaven Island Life
  • Konrad the Kitten
  • La Peri
  • Oneiric Sculptures – Rodin
  • Potioneer: The VR Gardening Simulator
  • Ricerca
  • Star Chart
  • Stars
  • Think Space
  • Toon Ocean
  • VV player
  • World of Diving

The Viveport sale runs from 11:59PM PT on November 24th through 11:59PM PT on November 28th. You can install the app store at this link.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.