PlayStation 4 & Xbox One Deals: Console Price Drops To $250 For A Limited Time Only; Details Here

By Christon Jervil Ligon - 12 Dec '16 10:15AM

Now, it just looks as if Christmas has come early for all the gamers out there as Sony and Microsoft people decided to play Santa and reward their patrons with a good deal this holiday season. And, there's no cause for worry, as it doesn't matter if you have been naughty or nice. You could get the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles for a discounted price just the same.

The Best Deals For PlayStation 4 & Xbox One Is Already Here

It's either that Christmas has come early or that Black Friday shopping holiday just happened twice this year. But, no matter how you choose to look at it, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One prices have started to go down in most of the major retailers in the U.S.

Sony and Microsoft are now offering their PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles for a markdown price of as low as $250 starting Dec. 11, 2016, GameSpot reported. Xbox One S consoles are also available for the same deal. The offer only comes in bundles, meaning the buyers will also get free games that come along with the console of their choice.

Choose From Different Bundles Depending On Your Gaming Preference

At, the PS4 bundle comes with a 500GB Slim PlayStation 4 with DualShock 4 Wireless Controller and "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" game on Blu-ray disc. Over at the Microsoft Store, meanwhile, the bundle offers two games for selected Xbox One and Xbox One S consoles.

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One deals won't last forever as the cut down on price is only here to stay for a limited time and gamers better take advantage of it. The PS4 offer, for instance, will only run from Dec. 11 to Dec. 24.

It's the perfect gift for the holidays, as well. So, for those who are still in the hunt on what to give their gamer friends or loved ones, you can check out the nearest retailers or online sites.

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