The Samsung 980 Pro PS5 SSD is selling for its historic lowest ever price

Samsung 980 Pro SSD deal
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Amazon's PS5 SSD deals are currently offering the Samsung 980 Pro SSD at its historic lowest-ever rate. We've never seen this top-performing drive as cheap as this before, and while it's been out for a little while, it's a price that's yet to be beaten! 

Naturally, the Samsung 980 Pro is one of the best PS5 SSDs on the market, and you can get the 1TB variant for only $119.99 (was $129) - taking it under $120 for the first time. Do you need extra overhead? Not to worry, the 2TB version is selling for just $189.99 (was $400). Regardless of which option you go for, they've both never been as affordable as this! That's what makes this PS5 SSD deal something truly special. 

We've been continuously impressed by this particular drive, stating in our Samsung 980 Pro review that 'if you want to future-proof your system, this is the SSD for you'. What's more, there's no need for a PS5 SSD heatsink, as this variant of Samsung's premiere storage stick comes with one pre-installed. 

This has been one of the biggest wins from the ongoing Cyber Monday PS5 deals for sure, having lasted throughout the winter sales period. If you're interested in more storage offers from the wider console world then check out the Cyber Monday Xbox Series X deals, or have a scan through our Cyber Monday gaming deals live blog

Today's best PS5 SSD deals


Samsung 980 Pro 1TB | was $129 now $119.99 at Amazon
Save $9; lowest-ever price - The Samsung 980 Pro 1TB model has never been cheaper than this, making now the ideal opportunity to get your hands on this top-performing Gen 4.0 drive and heatsink for less. The previous MSRP from earlier in the month was $150, so you're really getting $30 off here.


Samsung 980 Pro 2TB | was $400 now $189.99 at Amazon
Save $210; lowest-ever price - Simply put, if you're after a massive amount of high-speed storage that's ready for the PS5 console then the Samsung 980 Pro 2TB model excels with flying colors. We haven't seen it under $200 before, making now the best time to think about an upgrade.

If you don't know where to get started with internal storage then we've got you covered. Our guide on how to install a PS5 SSD will take you step-by-step through the process so that you can spend more time enjoying some of the best PS5 games rather than playing inventory management Tetris and deciding what to delete next. 

If you're wondering whether PS5 SSD read and write speeds matter then we've answered that question, too. Without a PS5 SSD, you'll notice your console's usable 667GB filling up sooner rather than later. 

More of today's best PS5 SSD deals 

Interested in more PS5 SSDs for some of the best rates available online? Our price comparison technology automatically pulls through our favorite models with the deepest savings it can find below. 

Aleksha McLoughlin

Aleksha McLoughlin is an experienced hardware writer. She was previously the Hardware Editor for TechRadar Gaming until September 2023. During this time, she looked after buying guides and wrote hardware reviews, news, and features. She has also contributed hardware content to the likes of PC Gamer, Trusted Reviews, Dexerto, Expert Reviews, and Android Central. When she isn't working, you'll often find her in mosh pits at metal gigs and festivals or listening to whatever new black and death metal has debuted that week.