Black Friday 2017: The best Australian PS4 deals

Amy Theodore 23 November 2017

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Console yourself with a sweet deal from Sony.

One of the biggest online shopping sales of the year is here. With Click Frenzy having just come and gone, it’s time to get your bank accounts prepared once again. On Friday 24 November, plug in those battery packs, find yourself a comfy spot on the couch and get your clicking fingers ready as Australia plunges into shopping madness with Black Friday sales hitting our digital shores.

For all the gaming fanatics out there, various retailers are slashing their prices on PlayStation 4 consoles and games, ranging from the hottest new releases to all-time favourites. There are also some sweet bundle deals just waiting for you to snap up.

Shop Black Friday deals for PlayStation 4 and PSVR

Sony is running deals on the 1TB PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR to celebrate Black Friday.

The PlayStation Store has hit the ground running early, offering up to 60% off numerous game titles, including Assassin's Creed Origins and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition. They are also offering 25% off 12-month PlayStation Plus subscriptions, so you can add a whole new level to your gaming experience by interacting and competing with other players online. If you don’t happen to get in on Black Friday, don't worry because the PlayStation store will be running their deals until midnight Tuesday 28 November.

If you haven’t had the chance to get your hands on one of the coolest things to hit the gaming world, now is the time because Catch.com.au has your virtual reality needs covered. Their PS4 VR bundle includes PlayStation VR, a camera and two games (VR Worlds and Gran Turismo Sport), all for the insanely low price of $299.

Sony is also slashing their prices on the latest PlayStation releases, including PlayStation VR (down to $399.95). You can also pick up the latest GT Sport along with any 1TB PlayStation Slim purchase.

See details for all the latest PlayStation 4 Black Friday deals below.

Best PlayStation 4 Black Friday sales on now

Here are some of the best deals on the PlayStation 4 this Black Friday.

RetailerProductDescriptionOriginal PriceSale Price
PlayStation StoreUp to 60% off PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR games and more on the PlayStation StoreThis deal includes a slew of hit game titles including EA SPORTS™ FIFA 18 (40% off), Gran Turismo™ Sport (50% off), Assassin's Creed® Origins (30% off), Need for Speed™ Payback (40% off), Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Wildlands (60% off) and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition (60% off)n/aUp to 60%
PlayStation StorePlayStation Plus 12-month subscriptionThis offer is available to all players, including existing members$79.95$59.95
PlayStation StorePlayStation 4Deals to comen/an/a
SonyPlayStation 4 Slim 1TB console (black)Bonus PS4 GT Sport with PS4 Slim 1TB purchasen/a$509.95
SonyPlayStation VRIncludes a bonus PS4 camera and VR Worlds plus GT Sport$549.95$399.95
Catch.com.auPlayStation VR bundleIncludes PlayStation VR + camera + VR Worlds + Gran Turismo Sport$549.00$299.00
Catch.com.auPlayStation 4 Uncharted: The Lost LegacyThe visually stunning and action-packed game is a real steal at just under $20$54.00$19.00
TargetPS4 500GB Slim consoleIncludes everything pre-packed with a standard PlayStation 4 500 Slim, including a DualShock 4 controller, power cable and HDMI cable$399$299
TargetPS4 VR bundleIncludes VR set + VR camera + VR Worlds$549$399

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