Infinite Warfare and Dishonored 2
Popular online retailer Newegg is offering up a decent offer on the PlayStation 4 Pro this week, moving beyond its usual PC hardware and accessories expertise.
Today on Newegg’s eBay page, it has posted a PS4 Pro for the usual $399.99 but with two extra free bonus games: Dishonored 2 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
Paying full price for each game would cost you $120. Newegg rationalizes this as $120 bonus value, but to be more accurate the street/online price for both titles adds up to about $70 in value. Still a pretty decent deal all things considered as the PS4 Pro doesn’t receive enough deals like its little brother, sans holiday seasons.
PS4 Pro Deal
- PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB Console + Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare + Dishonored 2 — $399.99
- Free ship, sales tax in CA/IN/NJ/TN only.
PS4 Slim Deals
- PlayStation 4 Slim Uncharted 4 Bundle + XCOM 2— $229.99 (list price $360)
- PlayStation 4 Slim Uncharted 4 Bundle + $50 eGift Card— $249.99 (list price $300)
- PlayStation 4 Slim Uncharted 4 Bundle + Extra Controller(Silver) — $249.99 (list price $360)
Jet deals, use code: TRIPLE15
- PlayStation 4 Slim Uncharted 4 Bundle— $219 (list price $300)
- PlayStation 4 Slim Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Bundle— $219 (list price $300)
This week also marks the last week Sony is running $50 off for its current lineup of PlayStation 4 Slim bundles. Most retailers carry this discount, but the best offers on the table as of writing are at Dell and Jet.
Newly added to the mix, Dell is now offering a bigger discounted PS4 Slim Uncharted 4 bundle for $229.99 ($70 off) with a free copy of XCOM 2 (~$30 value) as an additional incentive. Other deals at Dell includes the current drop to $250 with a bonus $50 eGift Card, or a free bonus silver controller in lieu of the gift card.
If you’re going for the outright lowest price, we’ll still go with Jet.com as the place to purchase. There you can apply a “first-time customer” code TRIPLE15 at checkout and snag the cheapest PS4 Slims of the year.
Given PlayStation 4 (and Xbox One S) prices are now approaching the $200 flat mark, it’ll be interesting to see how much of a headwind the Nintendo Switch will face as the console makes its debut in less than two weeks.