The best PS4 deals on Cyber Monday 2015

All the best PS4 deals this Cyber Monday

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There are still several PS4 Cyber Monday deals in the US, and they're in stock for a limited amount of time, according to the history of Sony's popular video game console.

PS4 bundles with the best games tend to sell out rather quickly. Stores across America currently offering bargains include Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and GameStop.

Recent PS4 price drops, or rather, free games bundled with the console, make it a great gift for the holiday, and Cyber Monday the best time to considering a purchase.

To help you find all of the PS4 Cyber Monday deals, we've put together this helpful list.

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PS4 Cyber Monday deals 2015

The PS4 500GB Uncharted: Nathan Drake Collection bundle is our favorite because it pairs Sony's Indiana Jones-style games trilogy with the console. It costs $346 at Amazon.

PS4 1TB bundle with Call of Duty Black Ops 3 doubles the storage of the gaming system and adds Activision's landmark first-person shooter for a Cyber Monday discount of $429 at Best Buy. Though, you'll have to check stores for this one.

PS4 bundle with Nathan Drake Collection, Call of Duty Black Ops 3 and controller charging station combines the three and adds an accessory extra for $349 at Costco. However, it's currently out of stock.

PS4 Star Wars: Battlefront bundle includes the new game, plus classics downloads Super Star Wars, Bounty Hunter, Jedi Star Fighter and Racer Revenge, all for $349 at Amazon and $349 at Walmart.

PS4 bundled with The Last of Us Remastered and Call of Duty: Ghosts lets you dual wield with two of last year's top-selling PlayStation 4 games. Right now, it's just $399 at Walmart.

The absolute cheapest PS4 Cyber Monday deal doesn't come with a game and it's used, but the price is right at $299 through Best Buy.

Want it in white? The cheapest white PS4 Cyber Monday deal is also on sale pre-owned, but it'll cost $40 more for $339 at GameStop.