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This is the cheapest you’ll see a PS4 all year

Cheapest PS4 Slim Console

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The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are currently cheaper than ever, and prices are going to stay that way through the holidays. Xbox One S and PlayStation 4 bundles are priced at just $249.99, which is a great deal for either console. But what if I told you that price can go even lower? We already showed you not one but two Xbox One S deals — from Best Buy and Amazon — so it’s time to check out the cheapest PS4 bundle you can buy this Christmas.

Best Buy is currently listing a last-minute PS4 deal running Wednesday through Saturday that will get you an additional $50 off the regular price. You’ll still have to pay the same $249.99 price for the PS4 Slim Uncharted 4 bundle, but Best Buy is throwing in an extra $50 Best Buy gift card to go with that.

That means you get free money to spend on other tech gifts this Christmas, which can be an extra game, controller, or any other products sold at Best Buy. Unfortunately, the deal doesn’t include the PS4 Pro, so don’t get your hopes up. But you could use that free gift card to score a cheaper PS4 Pro as well.

However, you’re getting free two-day shipping with your purchase, or you can choose to pick your discounted console in a retail store. Either way, the sooner you order, the bigger the chances to get the console delivered to you by Christmas.

Check out Best Buy’s last-minute PS4 deal at this link. Meanwhile, Amazon’s similar deal on the Xbox One S is available here.


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Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he closely follows the events in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises. Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it's available.