Sony to Offer Big Discounts on PSVR, PS4 & Games in ‘Days of Play’ Sale

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    Sony is getting ready to offer big discounts in their 11-day ‘Days of Play’ sale, which will see price reductions on PSVR bundles, controllers, games, and the introduction of a limited edition PS4.

    From June 8th to 18th, you can snag a PSVR hardware bundle starting at $200 USD ($250 CDN). Although the blogpost announcement hasn’t specified what the bundles are yet, Sony’s cheapest hardware bundle is the GT Sport bundle for $250-$300, which could present a max savings of $100. We expect similar pricing across all current bundles, including Skyrim VR and DOOM VFR, respectively priced at $350 and $300 MSRP currently.

    PlayStation Move motion controllers (two included) will be priced at $80 USD ($100 CDN), and PSVR Aim at $50 in the US.

    PSVR Game Deals

    • Gran Turismo Sport: $20 USD ($30 CDN)
    • Bravo Team: $30 USD ($40 CDN)
    • Farpoint: $15 USD ($20 CDN)
    • The Inpatient: $15 USD ($20 CDN)
    • More PSVR games (unspecified) starting at $20
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    A limited edition ‘Days of Play’ PS4 system will also be available for $300 USD ($380 CDN, €300 EUR) featuring a ‘Days of Play’ design in blue, with a 1TB hard drive and a matching DualShock 4 wireless controller.

    A Jet Black PS4 Pro is going for $350 USD ($450 CDN), and DualShock 4 wireless controller (all colors) for $40 USD ($50 CDN).

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    Providing Sony reduces bundles across the board by $100, you could have everything you need to get into VR (PS Move and Camera included) for as low as $550 all-in if you buy the limited edition PS4 and the Skyrim VR bundle.

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