The Black Friday has passed and now long gone, but that doesn’t mean that the great and new deals most especially on consumer electronics are getting stop. The Cyber Monday 2017 sale online is here for a reason, and one of the United States largest chain retailers — Walmart Inc., — has already revealed its lineup of great online deals for the big Internet shopping day. Included amongst the tens of thousand of products are a handful of gaming consoles (PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch), video game titles and TV deals, some of which we’re rounded down below.
Walmart shoppers can secure the 1TB Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4) Pro gaming system in black colorway for just $350 instead of its manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $400. The gaming console is scarcely discounted, so this is a notable promotion by Walmart. If you’re in the market for the standard PS4 Slim, Walmart is throwing out the 1TB hardware for only $200.
If you’re not a fan of PlayStation and instead want to score the Microsoft’s Xbox One, Walmart will have the Xbox One S on sale for only $190; that’s the same price that it offered on its Black Friday bonanza.
In terms of TV deals, Walmart is selling the Samsung 58-inch Class 4K Smart LED UHD TV for only $600, which is $200 price cut from its usual price tag. The RCA 55-inch Class Roku Smart LED TV is up for grab for just $380; that’s $420 off its regualr price point.
These PS4 and Xbox One deals, and everything else Walmart is offering on Cyber Monday 2017 sale, are now available at walmart.com as well as in in-app, so you can get shopping online now. You can visit Walmart’s e-commerce website to see all its best Cyber Monday deals across all categories.
If you’re looking for a new Nintendo Switch this Cyber Monday, there’s good news and bad news. You’re not going to be finding any discounted deals on the Switch console hardware itself, because Nintendo is handily offering enough of units as it is. But there does seem to be stock at a number of stores, so at least you’ll have a shot at getting the always-sold out gaming system at regular price.