So the PlayStation 5 has been out for nearly an entire year. According to VG247’s reviewer, it’s a console well-worth the money for that 'new generation thrill.' Its expanding library of exclusives - like Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart - also add to the list of reasons to snag one on Cyber Monday.
Virtually no discounts existed for the PlayStation 5 back in 2020, considering it was a newly released console with sold-out pre-orders and stock. Unfortunately, that still seems to be the case for today, as Sony predicted shortages would last until 2022. However, that doesn’t mean the company isn’t making an effort to advertise PS5 bundles, games, and accessories.
Here’s the current rundown on the best Friday PS5 deals.
PS5 Cyber Monday deals
Retailers are unfortunately struggling with demand this year - many outlets are already sold out of PS5 consoles, despite not even having any discounts. Restocks may take place during the rest of the week, though, so do keep an eye on these pages.
While we can't guarantee specific retailers, we hope to see some decent PS5 bundles from:
In the US:
In the UK:
PS5 console Cyber Monday deals (US)
- We will update you as soon as more Cyber Monday PS5 console deals become available in the US.
PS5 console Cyber Monday deals (UK)
- Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart PlayStation 5 Console Bundle from Smyths Toys for £510 - currently unavailable
PS5 game deals for Cyber Monday (US)
- Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart - $49.94 at GameStop (was $69.99)
- Deathloop - $25 at Amazon (was $70)
- Call of Duty: Vanguard - $53.99 at GameStop (was $69.99)
- FIFA 22 - $34.99 at GameStop (was $69.99)
- Madden NFL 22 - $34.99 at GameStop (was $69.99)
- Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales - $29.83 at GameStop (was $49.99)
- Far Cry 6 - $34.99 at GameStop (was $59.99)
- Tales of Arise - $39.99 at Amazon (was $59.99)
- Assassin's Creed Valhalla - $59.99 at Amazon (was $19.99)
PS5 game deals for Cyber Monday (UK)
- Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart - £44.99 at Amazon (was £69.99)
- Deathloop (PS5) - £29.99 at Currys PC World (was £59.99)
- Returnal - £42.95 at The Game Collection (was £54.95)
- Resident Evil Village - £23.64 at Playstation (was £54.99)
- Final Fantasy VII Remake Integrade - £37.99 at Amazon (was £69.99)
- Assassin's Creed Valhalla - £22.99 at Amazon (was £33.89)
- Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege - Deluxe Edition - £12.98 at Amazon (was £24.99)
- Lost Judgment - £27.99 at Amazon (was £49.99)
We’ll add more to these lists as information becomes available. Stay tuned!
Will the PS5 be available this Christmas?
It's difficult to say. The next-gen console has had widespread stock issues since its launch and has been going in and out of stock all year, so demand is extremely high and that isn't likely to change. You'll have to be quick to snag these once they become available and you can keep up to date by checking out our latest PS5 stock guide.
With the way the console has flown off the shelves already, we’re certain that Sony wants to get more out there as soon as possible. We'll keep you informed as/when this happens and if you want up-to-the-minute bargains, give Jelly Deals a follow on Twitter.