Black Friday PS5 deals have now passed, but some offers still remain.
Black Friday 2022 took place on November 25 in 2022 and saw fantastic discounts on PS5 games, PS5 SSDs, and PS5 accessories. While the console itself made some rare appearances, mostly in the form of bundles, there weren't many discounts to be had on the actual PlayStation 5 hardware.
While most of these deals have now dried up, there are a handful that are still available right now that you can check out below. If you are still on the hunt for a PS5, however, then make sure to check out our PS5 restock tracker which will keep you up to date with the latest restock information.
The best PS5 Black Friday deals in the US
- Amazon: usually has the broadest range of discounts on games
- Best Buy: often boasts an impressive range of products
- Target: solid selection of accessories as well as same-day delivery options
- GameStop: is usually great at restocking
- Newegg: definitely worth checking if other retailers are out of stock
- PlayStation Direct: very reliable service, but watch out for delivery costs
- Walmart: offers an impressive range of bundles
PS5 consoles and bundles
PS5 Digital Horizon Forbidden West Bundle: $449.99 at Amazon
Although this is less of a deal and more of a roll of the dice, this PS5 Digital Edition + Horizon Forbidden West bundle is excellent value for money at just under $450. While this is a by-invitation-only offer, we think it's worth throwing your hat in the ring to get the console and one of the generation's best games.
PS5 SSDs and hard drives
WD_BLACK 1TB SN850X: Was
$180 now $136.65 at Amazon
Save 24% - Western Digital's SSDs are reliable components for expanding your PS5's internal storage and 1TB SN850X provides a significant amount of memory for installing more games. This is the lowest price we've seen for this SSD to date, so make sure to snap it up before it disappears.
PS5 controllers and accessories
Logitech G29 racing wheel: Was
$400 now $199.99 at Amazon
Save 50% - The Logitech G29 is a fully featured racing wheel with a 900-degree rotation, customizable pedals and a fantastic overall look and feel. It's perfect for racing fans who primarily play on PS5, PS4, or PC. As well as those looking to get competitive in the online environments of games like Gran Turismo 7.
EPOS H3 Hybrid Wired Gaming Headset: Was
$180 now $87.48 at GameStop
Save $92 - This is the lowest price for this headset yet, it's a bargain considering its crystal clear audio. With such an aggressive price we'd recommend looking at it sooner rather than later before the stock is all gone.
Hisense 65-inch U8H Series 4K TV: was
$1,399 now $899 at Best Buy
If you're looking for a budget big-screen display, Best Buy has this 65-inch QLED display from Hisense for only $899. That's a $500 savings, and a fantastic deal on this big-screen TV with Quantum Dot tech and a Mini-LED backlight that impressed us when we reviewed it. The U8H series also features Google TV with built-in Google Assistant for voice control.
Hisense 75-inch U7H Series ULED TV: was
$1,800 now $949.99 at Best Buy
Here's yet another great deal on a Hisense TV, this one from the company's new U7H series. At just $949.99, you're getting $850 off this 75-inch set, a model that combines quantum dots and full-array local dimming with native 120 Hz display for an intense big-screen gaming experience. Definitely a deal for the PS5 owner!
LG 55-inch B2 Series OLED TV: was
$1,299 now $999 at Best Buy
With an awesome OLED picture and great gaming features, LG's budget B2 series sets were already a great deal, and with this $300 price drop for the 55-inch model, they are looking better than ever. A native 120 Hz display and VRR means this set is ready for PS5 action, and with those deep OLED blacks it's a great set for watching movies as well.
Samsung 65-inch QN90B Neo QLED TV: was
$1,999 now $1,699 at Best Buy
This Samsung's 65-inch QN90B deal is among the best ones we've seen, and it also represents a near-record low price for this model. The QN90B series sets are Samsung's next-to-flagship mini-LED backlit models, offering impressive brightness and excellent black levels via high-precision local dimming.
LG 65-inch C2 OLED TV: was
$2,099 now $1,699 at Best Buy
LG's 65-inch C2 series OLED TV has hit its all-time low price in this sale. We loved the C2 when we reviewed it, and it ended up winning for both the best gaming TV and best overall TV of 2022 in the TechRadar Choice Awards. At $1,700, the LG C2 isn't the cheapest 65-inch TV around, but given its outstanding combination of features, performance, and value, this is still a fantastic deal.
Sony 65-inch XR-A95K OLED TV: was
$3,999 now $3,199 at Best Buy
Sony's top QD-OLED TV is being let go at its lowest yet price in this deal. We loved the XR-A95K when we reviewed it, and then went to declare the best OLED TV of 2022 in the TechRadar Choice Awards. It's still expensive, but you won't find a TV with a better overall picture than this one, and now you can get it for almost $1,000 less.
Samsung 75-inch QN90B Neo QLED TV: was
$2,999 now $2,599 at Best Buy
This sale on the 75-inch version of Samsung's next-best mini-LED 4K TV is among the best we've seen so far this year. With this set, you can expect deep blacks, excellent brightness, and a wide viewing angle for an LCD model. It's also great for gaming, and at this low price a great deal as well.
LG 77-inch C2 OLED TV: was
$3,299 now $2,699 at Best Buy
This deal on LG's best all-around TV at a sizeable 77 inches is something to get excited about since it represents a new low for that screen size. The C2 series OLEDs sit at the top of our list of the best 4K TVs owing to their excellent brightness, rich color, and stunning contrast. If you're in the market for a 75-inch or in this case, slightly larger screen, we could not make a more enthusiastic recommendation.
The best PS5 Black Friday deals in the UK
- Amazon: rapid delivery and usually offering big sales on games
- AO: an abundance of games and accessories
- Argos: wide range of bundles and decent customer support
- Box: loads of bundles on offer, here, including racing wheels
- Currys: a good walk-in option if you don’t want to wait for delivery
- Game: specialist retailer, usually very timely with restocks
- John Lewis: sometimes has stock when other retailers don’t
- PlayStation Direct: high delivery costs, but reliable
- Smyths Toys: can be useful if stock has run out elsewhere
- Very: a good option for PS5 consoles
PS5 SSDs and hard drives
Samsung QN90B 55-inch Neo QLED TV: was
£1,299 now £999 at Currys
The QN90B delivers Samsung's best 4K image quality from its latest range, featuring a super-advanced mini-LED backlight for incredible brightness and best-in-class contrast, while the QLED panel means bold and natural colours. HDR looks incredible, and it's much brighter than OLED TVs, so is ideal for daylight viewing. It's also equipped for next-gen gaming, with 4K 120Hz and VRR support. It even sounds good! We gave the QN95B (which is essentially identical for images, but with a different design) five stars.
Sony A80J 55-inch OLED TV: was
£1,399 now £999 at John Lewis
This TV from 2021 features Sony's phenomenal image processing, plus the rich colors and infinite contrast that OLED is famed for. It's also a 'Perfect for PlayStation' TV, meaning that not only supports the 4K 120Hz and VRR features of the next-gen console (as any TVs do), but also the Auto HDR Tone Mapping features, which make HDR gaming look even better. This is the cheapest it's ever been, and though it's an older TV, getting these kinds of features at 55 inches for under £1000 makes it an excellent deal.