Black Friday sales have officially kicked off for PlayStation owners across all retailers, and there’s already an absolute slew of impressive deals to check out. This includes huge discounts on DualSense controllers, PlayStation Plus memberships, games, headsets, and plenty more, so check out all our favourite PS5 Black Friday deals just below here.
Black Friday deals are really getting started now (with absolutely every deal expected to be live by November 25). To ensure you don’t miss a thing, make sure you’re following @IGNDeals on Twitter for instant deal updates, and bookmark your favorite IGN Black Friday pages as soon as possible.
TL;DR – Best PS5 and PlayStation Black Friday Deals
Best PS5 Video Game Black Friday Deals
We’re really getting into the serious period of Black Friday now, and that means it’s time for the serious deasl on PS5 games and PS4 video games. We’ve got some seriously good discounts here, so it’s hard to pick my favorites (but you can absolutely bet I’m going to try).
Elden Ring is probably my favourite deal here, down to just $35 at Walmart. Otherwise, Horizon Forbidden West is down to $35, Returnal is down to $29.99, and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is also $29.99. Honestly, all these PlayStation game deals are top shelf for Black Friday, and you can’t go wrong – happy shopping!
Up to $25 Off DualSense Controllers for Black Friday
That’s right one of our favorite deals of the year is back with a bang, and that means you can save up to $25 on DualSense Controllers for the PS5 (and PC if you’re so inclined). Right now you can find the original DualSense for $49 at Amazon, or you can check out the range of other colors available as well.
My favorite deal from the sale is definitely on the Grey Camo version (John Cena music intensifies), as this is down from $74.99 to just $49.99 at several retailers now. I’ll leave all the relevant links just below here, and happy Black Friday to all PlayStation gamers!
Get 25% Off PlayStation Plus for Black Friday
You can currently get 25% off a whole year of PlayStation Plus. This is effective for all new, returning, or upgrading PlayStation Plus subscribers. So, for example, if you’re currently a PS Plus Essential member, you can get 12-Months of Premium or Extra at a reduced rate during the Black Friday sales. This is currently only available directly through PlayStation, so you can access the deal here, or via your PS4 or PS5 console.
Best PlayStation SSD and Storage Black Friday Deals
You’re in luck PlayStation 5 owners, as the Black Friday deals on SSDs are absolutely perfect for anyone who hasn’t expanded their PS5 storage capabilities just yet. If you want my suggestion, go for the 2TB WD Black SSD for $179.99 (the model that Mark Cerny uses). That’s a proper Black Friday deal, and you’re paying just over $90 per TB. If you need any install tips, check out our dedicated page here.
Best Black Friday PS5 Accessory Deals
Accessory deals have started to pick up for PlayStation fans, with up to $25 off DualSense controllers, but there’s also plenty to check out when it comes to headsets as well. The standout for the sale will definitely be on the Pulse 3D Headset; now only $69 at several retailers.
Black Friday 2022: Where to Buy a PS5 Right Now
If you ask Amazon nicely, they might send you an invitation to buy a PS5. Not only that, but according to plenty of recent reports, it seems like Amazon is sending out an incredibly large number of invites out over the past few days, with no signs of slowing down. I’ll include all the links to where you can buy a PS5 right now (or request to buy one), just below here. For more updates follow @IGNDeals on Twitter.
Walmart PS5 Stock Updates
UPDATE: Walmart is temporarily out of stock on the PS5, but keep checking back. We’ll update as soon as they go online again. Unlike earlier this week, you don’t need to be a Walmart+ member. Anyone can get one! Well, kind of. When you click on the links, you’re immediately put into a line to get your chance at a PS5
Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.
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