Sony PS4 One Bundle From Black Friday Is In Stock At Amazon Now

Posted: Jan 3 2020, 11:28pm CST | by , in Technology News

Sony PS4 One Bundle from Black Friday is in Stock At Amazon Now

The best deal on the Sony PS4 console is back at Amazon.

The extremely popular Sony PS4 Only On PlayStation Bundle is back in stock at Amazon for $249 this evening according to the free inventory tracking app the Tracker. This deal saves you $50 over the list price and is $50 higher than on Black Friday 2019, but still a great deal as you get three free games in this PS4 Slim 1TB Bundle.

Sony's Only on Playstation PS4 bundle includes a Jet black 1TB PS4, matching Dualshock4 Wireless Controller, God of War, the Last of US remastered, and Horizon Zero Dawn: complete Edition games.

Get the Sony PS4 Slim Deal now at Amazon before its sold out again. The Sony PS5 is expected to tease the PS5 at the CES 2020, but the release is still almost a year out. The a low priced PS4 console is the way to go now.

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