Black Friday is tomorrow, so there's just a bit of time left to prepare our shopping lists for the best deals this year.
Gamers, especially, have plenty of choices. Not only has Microsoft and Sony announced price cuts for their latest consoles, but retailers are slashing prices to get consoles, games, and accessories off the store shelves.
At such heavily discounted prices, stocks will most likely be limited. For the gaming deals we found below, it's best to get ahead of the pack at the store early or have that finger on the refresh button on the keyboard ready.
From Black Friday up through Cyber Monday, bundles are the way to go for those gamers who still haven't committed to any one console yet. At both brick-and-mortar stores and online shops, 500 GB versions of the PS4 and Xbox One can be bought for just $299 instead of the regular $350.
The best bundle we've seen so far is the Fallout 4 bundle offered for the Xbox One by Dell. For $299, customers can get a 500 GB Xbox One, all the Gears of War games, and of course, a copy of Fallout 4 with an extra controller to boot. This one is especially in limited quantities only as on doorbuster offer on Dell's website.
Best Buy's doorbuster deals include a $500 bundle with The Lego Movie Game and a cheap, 40-inch, 1080p Samsung HDTV to complete the whole package. Other stores like Walmart and Target offer gift cards along with their bundles ranging from $30 to $60.
E-commerce shops like Amazon and GameStop have a fair share of deals too. On Amazon, Xbox One's are $50 off while games like Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain only costs $35. At GameStop, there are 1 TB Xbox One's on sale with Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Rare Replay, and Ori and the Blind Forest for just $349.99.
Newegg offers the best deals for accessories such a roomy 480 GB SanDisk Ultra II SSD for only $109.99 (regularly $169.99).Buyers can even get a brand new SSD bundled with a video game too. Newegg has an offer on Samsung 850 EVO, a 500 GB SSD with Assassin's Creed: Syndicate for $147.99.