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The best Cyber Monday deals at GameStop include discounts on pre-owned games and consoles

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Yes, that¡¯s a PS Vita, and you can get one for $30 off

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There have been more gaming deals this year for Black Friday and Cyber Monday than perhaps any other category of tech. If you¡¯re a gamer, that¡¯s obviously a good problem to have. GameStop¡¯s new (but mostly the same) Cyber Monday deals give you even more to chew on. Starting at 12AM ET on Cyber Monday, you can get big discounts on games (including a buy-two-get-one deal on pre-owned games), consoles (both pre-owned and new bundles), accessories, such as controllers, and more.

If you¡¯ve already taken advantage of the big PS4 and Xbox One deals this holiday shopping season, perhaps you could stock up on old consoles and games? I recently became swept up in nostalgia for the PS1 (for no reason whatsoever) and picked up a PS Vita from GameStop so I can replay all of those classics.

Whether you want to shop online or at your local GameStop, you¡¯ll have the same assortment of deals to choose from on gaming consoles, software, accessories, and more. These deals end on Wednesday, December 3rd.

X-Box One S
X-Box One S
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  • If you¡¯re looking for an affordable way to pick up an Xbox One (the bigger, original version pictured above to the left) and don¡¯t mind that it¡¯s pre-owned and refurbished, GameStop is selling them for just $99.99. It might not be able to play 4K Blu-ray discs, but it¡¯s perfectly good at everything else that the slimmed-down Xbox One S can do. If nothing else, it¡¯s a cheap way to get a system that¡¯s able to access Xbox Game Pass.
  • The Xbox One X is $150 off of its retail price, and GameStop offers the console with its exclusive speckled design (the best design, in my humble opinion) bundled with NBA 2K20 for $349.99.
  • PS4 controllers are $38.99 ($21 off)

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