Black Friday 2017 is now less than couple of weeks from now and early deals have started to emerge online. As for the Black Friday proper, the deals and doorbusters for the biggest and grandest single day holiday shopping event of the year are being revealed ahead of time. After major retailers like Best Buy and Target revealed their gaming consoles and video game titles bargains, it’s time for Walmart to join in the bonanza, boasting off its quite incredible discounts on gaming systems.
Walmart Black Friday 2017 PS4 Deal
Walmart’s Black Friday 2017 ads include greatest discounts on Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4) and Xbox One S consoles. According to the circular ad, shoppers will be able to take advantage on all-time low price of a Sony PS4 Slim with a 1TB hard drive for only $199, which is $100 price slash from its regular price. It’s worth remembering that this is in line with the PS4 Black Friday deals that the Japanese company announced earlier this month, so consumers in the United States won’t be able to find a better deal with cheaper price than this on.
Those who are already satisfied with their console that they scored last year’s Black Friday and just want to invest in extra accessories, they can pick up a PlayStation VR bundle for just $300, that’s $100 off from its usual $500 price, bundled with the Gran Turismo Sport video game title. The world’s largest retailer is also promoting a DualShock 4 controllers for $20 less than its regular price, as they are now down to just $39 each.
Walmart Black Friday 2017 Xbox One Deal
Moreover, Walmart customers can also score the Microsoft’s Xbox One S with a 500GB for only $189, which is a $50 discount directly. Walmart is also offering Xbox Live Gold 3-month subscriptions for $12.50, that’s nearly half the regular price. There is also an Xbox One controllers that cost $39.
As for those who are holding out for the Nintendo Switch until the Black Friday to take advantage of the bonanza’s discounts, the Walmart Black Friday 2017 ad doesn’t include savings on the aforementioned console, which is understandable given the soaring high demand for the device. However, the chain company does have some offers for Switch users. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Explorer’s Edition is now priced at only $49, and the wired controller for the hardware costs $17 each.