Digital PS4 Game Deals
There’s a big Double Discount sale happening on the PlayStation Store right now, but note the discounted prices listed here are based on what you’d pay if you have PS Plus. Speaking of, here’s a year’s worth of PS Plus for $36.99; just enter promo code IGNPSN at checkout.
PS4 Double Discount Sale May 2020 (Updated )
Physical PS4 Game Deals
PS4 Game Preorder Deals
Deals on PS4 Accessories
Most of the hardware deals aren’t all that great, but considering PSVR and controllers are sold out at most retailers, just finding them in stock at list price is tough to do. That’s why they’re on this list.
A new PlayStation 4 generally only comes with the console and a controller. To get the most out of your hardware, you might want to consider picking up a few accessories. Here are our suggestions:
You have to try PlayStation VR. Not only is it incredible to experience game worlds from the inside, but PSVR offers the best lineup of VR games around. With titles like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR, Resident Evil VII, Borderlands 2, Tetris Effect, Astro Bot: Rescue Mission, and many more, this is one PS4 accessory you won’t want to miss if you can afford it.
Maybe your roommate is sleeping. Maybe you just want to immerse yourself in the audio of your game. Either way, you’re unlikely to find a better deal on a wireless headset that’s more comfortable or has better sound than Sony’s Platinum headset.
PS4 Media Remote
5TB External Hard Drive
PlayStation Store Gift Cards
PS4 Buyer’s Guide
At this point in the PlayStation 4 lifecycle, you can generally find some pretty good deals floating around. If, however, there are no notable discounts when you’re ready to buy, it’s smart to purchase a PS4 bundle that includes a game you would have bought anyway – provided the bundle costs less than the sum of its parts sold separately.
One thing to watch out for when buying a PS4 is overpriced consoles. With so many (possibly shady) third-party sellers at sites like eBay, Amazon, and Walmart, you’ll often see PS4s that are priced above the MSRP. Obviously, you’d be wise to avoid these, as there’s no reason to pay more than you have to unless they’re out of stock everywhere else. Here’s the MSRP for the typical PS4 hardware.
- PS4 Slim – $300
- PS4 Pro – $400
- PSVR with Move Controllers – $350
- PSVR without Move Controllers – $300
Chris Reed is IGN’s shopping and commerce editor. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.