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Better Than Black Friday / Cyber Monday's Deals: $240 Switch, $320 PS4 Pro, $344 Xbox One X With RDR2

Some of the lowest prices ever.


While these deals might be over for Black Friday, there's more opportunities to get yourself some good discounts thanks to Cyber Monday. Check out our Cyber Monday deals roundup for all the details as we spot sales.

Is it just me, or are the Black Friday video game deals better this year? Maybe it's just because the consoles are now a year older, so it makes sense that prices would be lower. In any case, Google Express (US only) is currently running a promotion that gets you some of the lowest prices we've ever seen on PS4 Pro, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One X and S consoles.

All you have to do is visit the Google Express Black Friday page and scroll down until you find the console you want. Click to add it to your cart and enter promo code BF18 at checkout. That gets you 20% off prices that, in many cases, are already deeply discounted.

For instance, you can buy the Xbox One S Minecraft Creator's Bundle with Red Dead Redemption 2 for just $189 (normally $360). If you want a little more power in your gaming system, you can go for an Xbox One X with Red Dead Redemption 2 for $344 (normally $560). Those are some seriously deep discounts, the likes of which you won't likely see again soon.

And while we haven't seen many PS4 Pro discounts this Black Friday, you can use the promo code to knock 20% off the standard retailer price ($400) of a PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB, bringing it down to $320. The same goes for a Nintendo Switch; while most competing deals today will get you a Switch with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for $300, this deal gets you a Switch (with no pack-in game) for $240.

Just make sure you remember to use promo code BF18 at checkout, or you'll end up paying more than you have to. And who wants to do that?

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