The PS5 releases this holiday, but there’s no reason to forget about the PS4 just yet. With a massive install base and hundreds upon hundreds of great games to play, the PS4 will likely remain a fixture in living rooms for a number of years. One benefit of an aging console is the sheer abundance of deals you can find on the consoles, games, accessories, and memberships.
Deals can help you get the most out of the PS4. We keep up with all of the latest deals to find you the best bang for your buck on all things PlayStation. Whether you’re picking up a PS4 for the first time, upgrading to the Pro, or just browsing for some new games or accessories, we’ve got you covered. Check out the best PS4 and other PlayStation deals available so far in January below.
Quick look: Best PS4 deals
Best PS4 Pro deals
PS4 Pro for $355 at Amazon
The powerful PS4 Pro is currently available at Amazon for $325.90, which is about $75 off. It’s actually not too far off from prices we saw on Black Friday.
More PS4 Pro bundles and deals
Best PS4 Slim deal
$250 at Best Buy
This excellent bundle was the most prominent Black Friday PS4 deal. While the price went up from $200 to $300 after Black Friday, Best Buy is currently selling it for $250. It comes with three superb exclusives: God of War, The Last of Us Remastered, and Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition.
Best PlayStation Classic deal
$40 at Ebay
The PlayStation Classic launched in December 2018 for $100, which is easy to forget since it now regularly sells for $60 at most retailers. You can find a brand-new system for $40 at Ebay right now, though.
Best PS4 game deals
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for $45
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare returns the series to the contemporary setting that made it such a colossal hit over a decade ago. It released last fall on PS4, Xbox One, and PC with crossplay between all platforms, and you can get it for $45 right now over at Amazon. To learn more, check out GameSpot’s Modern Warfare review.
Looking for more deals on PS4 games? Here are a bunch of great PS4 game deals we’ve found.
Best PS4 game pre-order deals
Cyberpunk 2077 for $49.94
Cyberpunk 2077 was recently delayed from April 16 to September 17, but it’s never too soon to pre-order what will surely be one of the biggest games of 2020. The CD Projekt Red action-RPG is available to pre-order for a $10 discount at Amazon right now and comes with release day delivery.
Check out more upcoming titles already seeing markdowns below.
Best PS4 controller deals
DualShock 4 wireless controller for $42
The DualShock 4 wireless controller is crucial to any PS4 setup, and you’ll probably want more than one, both for convenience and for local multiplayer. This stylish translucent crystal version is on sale for only $42 at Walmart, down from the usual $65.
You can find more DualShock 4 PS4 controllers of different colors on sale right now below.
Best PlayStation Plus deal
$37 at Ebay
PlayStation Plus is Sony’s premium membership for PS4 owners that grants them access to online multiplayer, exclusive discounts, and two free monthly PS4 games (which you keep for as long as you’re a PS Plus member). Year-long memberships usually sell for $60, so it’s always a big deal when the price drops below that level. Currently, one of the best deals on PS Plus is at Ebay, where you can get a 12-month subscription for $37. PS Plus subscriptions stack, too, so if you’re already a member, you can extend your membership on the cheap when you see a good deal.
Best PlayStation VR deals
PSVR Mega Pack Five Game Bundle — $290
The PSVR Mega Pack was one of Sony’s best deals last Black Friday. And even though it’s only discounted $10 at Amazon, it’s still the best PSVR deal around. The bundle comes with the PSVR headset, PlayStation Camera, and five games: Resident Evil 7, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR, Astro Bot: Rescue Mission, PlayStation VR Worlds, and Everybody’s Golf VR. That’s incredible value for $290.
For more discounts, check out more of the best PlayStation VR deals right now below.
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