The Cyber Monday 2015 GameStop deals will officially begin on the actual Cyber shopping day as customers looking for a variety of different game console systems, accessories, or video game titles. Among the deals will be PlayStation 4 and Xbox One systems as well as video games for both of the popular platforms. Other items to check out will include accessories for the consoles, as well as for PlayStation Vita, iPhone 6 and collectibles such as POP figures or statues. Some deals will be limited to certain days or while supplies last in a “Cyber Week” long event.
According to I4U.com in a Nov. 28 report, all in-stock Microsoft Xbox One consoles will be reduced in price by $50 for the upcoming sale on Nov. 30. That gives customers who missed out on getting an Xbox at other retailers or online in the past week, another shot at picking up the console for a relatively good price. As for PlayStation 4, the prices on systems might not be as good, but accessories like the PS4 Camera will be 50 percent off. Another deal offers customers who buy any new PS4 hardware a $25 savings on a one-year membership of PlayStation+ service. Also on sale will be the PS Vita Blue System. The handheld system will be just $169.99, a savings of $30.
Of course, the latest video game titles will be needed for those who already have consoles or are getting them. Among the popular titles on sale will be $20 off for “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain,” “Until Dawn” (PS4), “Need for Speed,” “FIFA 16” and $10 off WWE 2K16 video game. Some of the non-game sales deals will include $50 off any Gamestop refurbished iPhone 5, and $75 on any iPhone 6. POP Figures will also be included in the sale for those collecting them. They’ll be available in a “Buy 3, get 1 Free” deal for the sale. Also, all Cyber Week long, Gamestop will have 30 percent off ThinkGeek products.
The Cyber Monday sales online traditionally take place on the Monday following Thanksgiving and Black Friday each year. Some retailers such as Amazon.com or Walmart have decided to start both events earlier each year. This year, both retailers started up month and week-long sales events for Black Friday, with their Cyber Monday sales beginning as early as Saturday of the past weekend.