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Update 8/7/15: The $350 PS4 bundle is now sold out. That said there are two new PS4 bundles at Best Buy which include a free 3 month PS Plus and a PlayStation TV listed below.
Would you like your PlayStation 4 $50 off and with a $60 bonus? That’s a pretty hot deal going on today from eBay PowerSeller “antonline” selling a PlayStation 4 Borderlands: The Handsome Collection bundle at $349.99. That’s $50 cheaper than you’d find a standard PlayStation 4 sell at Best Buy and Borderlands: The Handsome Collection sells between $40 and $60 when you buy separately… Pretty solid deal.
While that’s probably the best PlayStation 4 deal going on online right now, there are other console bundles worth checking out this week if you’re in the market. Newegg’s eBay page is offering the Batman: Arkham Knight PS4 bundle for $399.99 and is including $90 worth of bonuses: a silver PS4 Headset and a 3 month PlayStation Plus membership card.
Over at Walmart, they’re offering an Xbox one with an extra controller and a free game of your choice for $350 (over a $90 bonus). Finally returning at eBay, you’ll find the Nintendo Wii U 32 GB Deluxe Bundle with Super Mario 3D World and Nintendo Land is on sale for only $259.99 – a rare $40 discount.
PlayStation 4 Borderlands: The Handsome Collection Bundle — $349.99. MSRP is $430.
PlayStation 4 Batman: Arkham Knight Bundle + PS4 Silver Headset + 3 mo. PS Plus Card — $399.99. MSRP is $490.
Xbox One Halo Master Chief 500GB Bundle + Extra Controller + Free 1 Game — $349.00. MSRP is $400.
Wii U Black Console 32GB Deluxe Set + Super Mario 3D World + Nintendo Land + Super Smash Bros — $259.99. MSRP is $300.
Bundles deals like these aren’t that common at the end of the summer given its kind of a dull gaming deal world until the new crop of Fall 2015 releases start rolling in. Come October and November, sales like Black Friday and Cyber Monday will usually introduce the best console hardware deals. At an estimated difference of about $30-$50 in savings/bonuses – the wait may be worthwhile for some, but if not these are about as good of a deal you’ll get in the near future.
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