Cyber Monday PS5 SSD deals have come to a close now we've seen the sun set on the event, but that doesn't mean you're out of time to make a saving. In fact, we're still seeing a number of retailers host decent discounts for PS5 SSDs, so if you feel like you missed out on snagging a bargain - you may still be in luck.
A huge range of fantastic Cyber Monday gaming deals are still on offer, meaning that it's not too late to grab yourself a bargain or two even though the event has finished. If you're looking for more storage for your PS5, you're in luck since many of the best SSDs for PS5 have been and continue to be discounted this Cyber Monday.
Since the PS5 only gives you 667GB of usable storage out of the box, it's almost essential for users to invest in extra storage solutions. Fortunately, we've seen plenty of 2TB cards drop to around $100 or lower, offering excellent value for those in the market for more storage. This means that this year's PS5-friendly SSD offerings fall amongst many of the best Cyber Monday PS5 deals out there. Read on to find out more.
Cyber Monday PS5 SSD deals: Quick links
- Our favorite: Kingston Fury Renegade $94
- Samsung: 2TB 980 Pro $79 at Amazon
- WD Black: SN850X 1TB $84.99
- Seagate: FireCuda 530 from $40.99
- Under $100: Budget drives at Amazon
- Premium picks: $100s off 4TB SSDs
- External PS5 SSDs: Up to $100 off
- Amazon: 1TB SSD just $58.99
- Best Buy: Over $100 off the SN850P
- Walmart: FireCuda 530 for just $94
- Newegg: 2TB Nextorage for less than $100
- Samsung: 990 Pro 1TB just $89.99
- Amazon: 1TB WD BLACK SN850X just £86
- Currys: Save £31 on Samsung 980 Pro 2TB
- Samsung: free game with the 2TB 980 Pro
- Box: £34 off Kingston Fury Renegade 2TB
- ebuyer: Save over £50 on the FireCuda 530
Cyber Monday PS5 SSD deals - US deals
WD BLACK SN850X 1TB: was
$179.99 now $79.99 at Amazon
Save $100 - This is only $20 above the record low price for this SSD drive so if you can stomach that right now, then you'll get one of the best 1TB PS5 SSDs in the business and still for a very competitive price.
Price check: Newegg - $79.99 (without heatsink)
WD Black 2TB SN850P NVMe M.2 SSD: was
$222.37 now $159.99 at Walmart
Save $62 - This is a great discount and good price for the 2TB SN850P - but is also one to keep a close eye on over the sales period later this month as we're quite confident that it'll get some more discount treatment.
Price check: Amazon - out of stock
addlink Addgame A95 2TB PS5 SSD:
was $129.99 now $124.44 at Newegg
Save $5 - While only a modest saving right now, this is still excellent value that gets you 2TB for a bit over $100 - but it's this is another drive to bookmark for the Cyber Monday PS5 SSD deals proper, as it could get another cut.
Price check: Amazon - $129.99
Samsung 990 Pro 2TB (with Heatsink): was
$149.99 now $139.99 at Amazon
Save $10 - Only a small $10 discount right now on this one, but it's still a half-decent price for Samsung's top SSD dog right now. This is yet another model to keep an eye on for further deals when the sales ramp up too.
WD My Passport SSD 2TB: was
$379.99 now $109.99 at Amazon
Save $270 - From the ever-reliable range of external drives from WD (the My Passport HDD was one of the best PS4 external hard drives of last generation) this external SSD will serve you brilliantly well. It's currently at its lowest ever price too.
Crucial X6 external SSD 1TB: was
$59.99 now $49.99 at Best Buy
Save $10 - Yes, an even smaller saving on the X8's brethren, the X6 here, but this makes for a very easy PS5 recommendation; for just a tiny bit under $50 you can get a boost of 1TB of external storage into your setup. Easy.
Price check: Amazon - $49.99
Cyber Monday PS5 SSD deals - UK deals
Samsung 980 Pro 1TB: was
£101.49 now £79.98 at ebuyer
Save £18 - This is a decent price for the long-time favorite PS5 SSD and certainly one to watch later in the sales. While the 990 Pro may have since superseded it, it's still an excellent drive and could see big price cuts as a result.
Crucial X8 external SSD 2TB: was
£211.99 now £77.77 at Amazon
Save £134 - The X-series of external drives from Crucial is an excellent range of hardware. It's so good that I've been using one regularly at home for the last couple of years. This price is only a few quid off its lowest ever too, so the value is strong, here.
Seagate FireCuda 2TB Game Drive HDD: was
£109.99 now £64.99 at Amazon
Save £45 - Yup, not every storage issue might call for an SSD, and if you're happy with just a regular 'old fashioned' HDD then you can't go wrong with one of Seagate's game drives. This drive has been hovering around its lowest-ever price, so keep an eye out for any flash sales.
Cyber Monday PS5 SSD deals: FAQs
When do the Cyber Monday PS5 SSD deals end?
Cyber Monday PS5 SSD deals officially concluded on November 27, as the event only runs one day a year. But, we are still seeing some deals trickle through a few days afterward which makes it worth keeping an eye on.
Where will the best Cyber Monday PS5 SSD deals be?
We've herded up a bunch of the best links below to get you on the right path.
Amazon: has to be your first stop when looking for deals
Best Buy: always stocks a wide range of the biggest brands in stock
Walmart: offers in-store pickup and regularly price-matches
Newegg: the PC parts specialist always has PS5 SSDs in stock and on offer
Amazon: has the widest range and often the largest array of deals
Currys: the specialist in electronics can offer delivery to stores near you
Argos: often price-matches, and has a decent range of options
Box: often has deals on the best drives from the biggest brands
ebuyer: the PC-part specialist is always great stocks of PS5 SSDs
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