TRYING to find a cracking console deal that you can buy online? There are plenty to choose from.
We’ve tracked down the cheapest PS4, Xbox and Nintendo Switch bundles and offers available this week.
Cheapest PS4 bundle – best console offers revealed
PlayStation deals tend to offer less staggering value for money versus Xbox deals right now.
But there are still good PS4 bundles to be found, including this one from Game.
It costs £249.99 and gets you the PlayStation 4 (500GB) with Fifa 20.
- PS4 bundle at Game for £249.99 – buy here
Cheapest Xbox bundle – best console offers revealed
Our favourite bundle so far is an Xbox One S bundle with three games for £149.99.
It’s a huge saving from the £199.99 recommended retail price.
This is the ‘all-digital’ Xbox console, which means you can only play games downloaded over the internet – because there’s no disc tray.
You also get Fortnite DLC, Minecraft and Sea of Thieves with the bundle.
It’s an Argos offer with “limited stock” so don’t miss out.
- Xbox One S bundle at Argos for £149.99 – buy here
Cheapest Nintendo Switch bundle – best console offers revealed
Stellar Nintendo Switch bundles are in short supply at the moment.
Perhaps one of the best things you can do is bag a Nintendo Switch Lite.
At £199.99, it’s £80 cheaper than a Switch proper, with the main difference being that it’s handheld-only – and won’t connect to a TV.
That’s probably fine for many users, so definitely consider picking up a Switch Lite if you’re looking for a cheaper way to play the latest Nintendo games.
- Nintendo Switch Lite at Amazon for £199.99 – buy here
Smyths Toys also has a great selection of Nintendo Switch bundles listed.
Sadly, all of them appear to be “out of stock” for home delivery right now.
However, it may be worth checking back regularly to see if they come back into stock.
- Nintendo Switch bundles at Smyths – buy here
Are consoles cheaper right now?
If you’re spending more time at home, a console isn’t a bad investment.
And prices on console bundles are fairly low right now – as retailers bid for your attention in these strange times.
Also, consoles are extremely cheap for another reason: the Xbox Series X and PS5 are both due to launch later this year.
But that won’t happen until much closer to Christmas, so there’s plenty of gaming to be had in the meantime.
All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.
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