Sony PlayStation 4 Will Sell For Under $400 On Black Friday 2013

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 12:56pm CDT | by , in Black Friday 2019


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Sony PlayStation 4 Will Sell for Under $400 on Black Friday 2013

PlayStation 4 to be one of the biggest sellers this holiday season

One of the most popular categories of items purchased on Black Friday each year has to do with video games. There are a huge number of purchases made for video game console hardware and software each Black Friday and this year will be no different. One of the most interesting things in the gaming market this Black Friday will be the new PlayStation 4 and Xbox One game consoles that will be available.

We already know that the base price for the basic PlayStation 4 console will be $399.99. I wouldn't expect the price for the basic PlayStation 4 game console to get underneath that amount. Black Friday sales. I predict that the most exciting thing about the PlayStation 4 during Black Friday sales is that some retailers will hold back a number of the consoles making them available to purchase for people who get there early enough. The PlayStation 4 is already sold out in most places so getting hands on one will be hard to do if you haven't pre-ordered.

I also expect to see some PlayStation 4 console bundles selling for significantly more than the $399 starting price. We are already seeing consoles available in bundles including extra controllers and game software selling for $100 or more over the price of the basic system. For instance,

According to Black Friday Countdown there is about 45 days until Black Friday 2013. We will again provide full analysis and guidance of Black Friday Ads and Deals in our Black Friday Hub.

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