GoPro Hero 8 Black back down to its lowest price yet at Best Buy

GoPro deals Hero 8 Black sales price
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Premium action cameras can take a good chunk out of your wallet, which is why so many rely on GoPro deals to grab the latest devices on the market without breaking the bank. If you're looking to do the same you're in luck, because the top of the range model – the GoPro Hero 8 Black – has just been reduced back down to its lowest ever price at Best Buy. 

That's a $100 saving on the 4K action camera with buttery smooth stabilization and a speedy 60fps framerate, bringing it down to just $299 this week. We've seen this price before, but only in the last few months, where costs jumped between the usual $349 sales price and this steal of a figure. Before that you'd be lucky to catch it at $50 off its $399 MSRP, seeing as it was only released in October of last year. 

We're also expecting more GoPro cameras in this year's Black Friday deals so stay tuned for more savings in November.

You'll find more information on this offer just below, but we're also rounding up more GoPro deals further down the page, with prices available in the UK and Australia as well as more savings on the GoPro Hero 7 Black. 


GoPro Hero 8 Black: $399 $299 at Best Buy
Save $100 on the top of the range GoPro Hero 8 Black at Best Buy this week in a return to its lowest price ever. The 4K action camera offers superior HyperSmooth stabilization at 60fps with a range of other unique features as well.

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$299 may still be a lot to pay for such a gadget, so if you're shopping with a smaller budget you might want to check out the best cheap action camera prices around. 

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Tabitha Baker
Deals Editor

Tabs is a Deals Editor at TechRadar, bringing you all the latest savings on the tech everyone's talking about and covering deals on gaming, laptops, tablets and more in the US and UK. Happiest with a DualSense controller in her hand, she's also contributed to GamesRadar, Tom's Guide and T3 and specializes in gaming hardware and computing.