Black Friday 2018: The 7 best gaming deals

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Interestingly, there doesn't seem to be any official Black Friday deals on PS4 consoles directly from Sony.

Other new games like "Call of Duty: Black Ops 4" have discounts as well, but you'll have to check with specific stores and even in the digital marketplace for each console to see where the best deals lie. Lots of food and even more unrivaled deals on awesome video games. This deal is available today and tomorrow for My Best Buy members, and later on in the week for everybody else. Then, we'll be here all the way through Black Friday itself, bringing you all the best deals from around the web.

By studying and monitoring Black Friday deals across thousands of products, researchers at Saver Trends are able to narrow down the best options for shoppers.

This year seems to have surprisingly few exclusive deals, with gaming products from Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo carrying almost identical discounts across major retailers. Is it worth grabbing a cheaper PS4 Slim or should you cough up the extra money and plump for a PS4 Pro? However, the best deal of the season has to be a used console for the low, low price of zero dollars and no cents. Will 2018 be the year you finally get an Xbox 360? Seeing as how used Xbox 360 consoles typically are sold for $70, that's a pretty great deal. GameStop has deals on SanDisk microSD cards. It is also categorized as an early Black Friday deal so, at most retailers, it will be live on 18 of the ongoing month. As a Black Friday deal, all of this is offered at $39 only. The Xbox One X bundle sets the total net price to only $279. Save Bubble participates in affiliate programs including the Amazon Associates program and earns income by providing links to and other websites. Latest so far: a Spidey console bundle. Normally, newer titles cost $60.