Here Are Some PlayStation 3, Vita, and PS Plus Black Friday Specials to Be Thankful For

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On top of all the PlayStation Store digital game discounts, Sony’s Black Friday lineup also consists of deals on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita hardware, in addition to PlayStation Plus memberships.

The headliner is the PS3 Black Friday Bundle, featuring a 250GB PS3 along with copies of Batman: Arkham Origins and The Last of Us for only $199. You will also want to check your local retailers for discounts on DualShock 3 controllers, as well as more than 20 first-party games including The Last of Us and Beyond: Two Souls for $39.99 each.

All the major game retailers will be offering sales on PlayStation Vita systems. Offers include:

– Best Buy — All PS Vita systems available (11/24 – 11/28) — $169.99
– GameStop — PlayStation Vita 3G/Wi-Fi Bundle (11/29 – 12/1) — $179.99
– Target — All PS Vita systems available (11/28 – 11/30) — $179.99
– Toys R Us — All PS Vita systems available (11/28 – 11/29) — $179.99
– Walmart.com — All PS Vita systems available (11/28 – 11/29) — $179.99
– Amazon — Exclusive Holiday Walking Dead Vita Bundle (11/29)

On Black Friday only, Sony will additionally offer a 40% discount on 1 Year PlayStation Plus subscriptions at nationwide retailers. Whether you game on PS3, PS4, or PS Vita, or all three, that’s a full year of PS Plus benefits for the low price of $29.99. Just don’t think about stockpiling a bunch of yearly subscriptions, because the Black Friday discount will be limited to two per customer.

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Black Friday Deals for PS3, PS Vita, and PS Plus [PlayStation.Blog]

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