Black Friday 2019: GameStop deals are arriving early


GameStop has officially revealed their Black Friday deals, which include huge savings on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles. As a sneak peek, we have the lowdown on the sales that you can expect to see.

As you might have guessed, Black Friday is just around the corner, next Friday to be exact. Because of that, we’ve already begun digging through every sale we can, finding the best deals for you to take advantage of them. This time around, the deals come from GameStop who has just listed a recent preview of things to expect for when their deals go live on November 24th until December 2nd.

As you can expect, there are deals for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with Nintendo Switch being opted out during this preview period. The deals include Glacier White PlayStation 4 Pro consoles at $100 off, $100 off all VR headset bundles, Dualshock 4 controllers for $39.99, and major savings on games including God of WarHorizon Zero DawnThe Last of Us RemasteredDetroit: Become HumanUncharted, and Nioh among some of the listed titles. You can even snag 12-months of PlayStation Plus for $45.

On the other hand, you have Xbox One X consoles, which come with NBA 2K20 bundled with it, 50% off all Microsoft games, $27 Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions for three months, Meanwhile, 12-month memberships are brought down to $45. You can also snag controllers for around $39.99, not a bad deal if you are trying to save some money on a new controller.

Meanwhile, we still remain optimistic that Nintendo Switch products will be added to the official list at a later date. Meanwhile, you can check out the official sales down below.

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