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There are some great gaming deals happening on Cyber Monday

You¡¯ll have until the end of the day to jump on these offers

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There are plenty of great Cyber Monday deals across almost all categories of tech, but none more than gaming. Whether you¡¯re interested in picking up some games, accessories like controllers or VR headsets, or full consoles, this year¡¯s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales have been a total treat. Below, you¡¯ll find an up-to-date list of the best gaming sales happening during Cyber Monday. Some of them will end later today, while others will carry on.

Nintendo Switch deals

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Xbox One deals

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PS4 deals

  • Sony¡¯s PS4 Pro console is now $100 off at a variety of retailers, making it $299.99. This deal is happening at Target, Best Buy, Walmart, and GameStop (this retailer offers a $25 gift card with purchase).
  • At GameStop, Sony¡¯s PS4 Slim console is $199.99 ($100 off its usual price), and comes bundled with God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition, and The Last of Us Remastered. This deal is sold out at almost every other retailer.
  • DualShock 4 controllers (for PS4, and supported officially by Android 10 and iOS 13 devices) are $38.99 at Walmart and GameStop. Best Buy and Target have them for $39.99.
  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition for PS4 is $49 ($20 off) at Walmart
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is $44.99 at Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart
  • Death Stranding is $50.99 at Amazon
  • God of War is $9.99 at Best Buy
  • Judgement is $24.99 at Best Buy
  • Kingdom Hearts III is $14.99 at Best Buy and Target
  • Marvel¡¯s Spider-Man: Game of The Year Edition is $14.99 at Best Buy
  • Persona 5 is $9.99 at Walmart
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 is $25 at Walmart and $30 at GameStop
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is $25 at Walmart
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider is $14.99 at Amazon and Best Buy

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