GameStop Black Friday Deals Include $100 Discount On PS4 Pro And $150 PS4 Slim

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GameStop is the latest retailer to announce its list of Black Friday deals, and there are plenty of goodies to go around for console (and PC) lovers. In fact, GameStop's discounts are especially compelling when it comes to Sony hardware.

Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro typically retails for $399, but GameStop will be selling the 4K console for $349.99. On top of that, you will receive a $50 GameStop gift card that can be used to purchase anything in the store (including new release titles that you might have your eyes on like Call of Duty: WWII).

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If you still want to stay within the Sony camp, but don't have a 4K-capable television to fully appreciate the benefits of the PlayStation 4 Pro, the standard PlayStation 4 Slim will be priced at $199. A few other retailers will be selling the console for that price on Black Friday, but this console too will come with a $50 GameStop gift card. GameStop is also selling the PlayStation VR Grand Turismo Sport Bundle for $299, which represents a $100 savings over the regular price.

For those of the Microsoft persuasion, GameStop will also be selling the Xbox One S for $189.99, which matches Microsoft's Black Friday pricing on the console.

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When it comes to games, there are plenty of deals to choose from, including The Evil Within 2, Wolfenstein II and Middle of Earth: Shadow of War, which will be available for $25 each. For just 2 bucks more, you can take home NBA 2K18, Madden 18, FIFA 18, or Destiny 2.

As for PC gamers, you'll find up to a $40 discount on Razer keyboards and headsets. And if you're looking to jump feet first into the virtual reality realm, the $599 HTC Vive will be bundled with a Vive Deluxe Audio Strap, Fallout 4 VR (digital download), and a $50 GameStop gift card.

GameStop will open its doors on November 23rd at 4PM, and all offers are valid from November 23rd through November 26th (unless otherwise noted in the ad).


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