Newegg's Black Friday Deals Includes a Sale on the Oculus Rift

Newegg's Black Friday Deals Includes a Sale on the Oculus Rift

Newegg's Black Friday deals primarily center around PC gaming, but there are some console discounts too.

Newegg also announced its Black Friday deals for this year, mostly on PC hardward and laptops. However, Newegg will have video game consoles and equipment on sale as well for prices mostly similar to those seen at other retailers for their own Black Friday deals.

Newegg's Black Friday deals will begin on November 20 at 10 AM ET.

For a full rundown of holiday deals, check out our complete Black Friday Guide. Otherwise, here are the biggest deals Newegg will have for video game consoles and accessories.


  • PlayStation 4 Slim (1TB) - $199.99
  • Xbox One S (500 GB) - $189.99

Accessories and Bundles

  • PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 Controller - $39.99
  • Xbox One Controller - $39.99
  • PlayStation VR Gran Turismo Sport Bundle - $299.99
  • Oculus Rift with Touch controllers - $349.99 (normally $399.99)

Here are Newegg's complete Black Friday listings for more details on its PC and laptop deals.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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