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Best Buy’s Black Friday sale includes a killer deal no other store else has

Best Buy Black Friday 2016 Ad

Gamers looking purchase a brand new console this Black Friday season are probably looking at Microsoft’s Xbox One S and Sony’s PS4 Pro, which are the latest and hottest consoles money can buy. And there are plenty of great console bundles and other deals to look at as well. However, while most Xbox deals do include the Xbox One S, most of the PlayStation 4 sales do not feature the PS4 Pro. Thankfully, Best Buy seems to have a PS4 Pro offer that seems to top just about every other store out there.

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Best Buy revealed in its 51-page Black Friday 2016 ad that it’ll offer buyers an exclusive TV and console bundle for $749.98, or $200 off the regular price. The bundle includes a PS4 Pro console and a 55-inch Toshiba Smart Ultra 4K LED TV.

It’s likely that many customers are looking to score a great TV deal this holiday season, and Black Friday sales are filled with amazing options. Buyers who are also looking to purchase the PS4 Pro for themselves or as a Christmas gift can definitely take advantage of this special sale.

Before you get too excited, though, you should make sure that the offer is still valid. The deal was published in Best Buy’s initial 51-page flyer, as seen in the image below, but it’s not included in the updated 20-page ad. Furthermore, the deal might only be valid as long as supply last, so you’ll definitely have to act fast on this one.

Finally, there’s always a chance that competing retailers will match Best Buy’s PS4 Pro 4K TV deal, so make sure you ask around before committing to anything.

best-buy-black-friday-2016-page-16-ps4-pro-toshiba-4k-tv-bundleImage source: Best Buy

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.