PS5 Black Friday deals: accessories, headsets and games

This Black Friday there are some great deals on PS5 games, headsets and more to complement your console

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Black Friday is a great time to stock up on your gaming arsenal. Whether that's picking up a few new games, upgrading your headset or expanding your storage. Unfortunately, it does stretch to the consoles themselves, as supplies are only just starting to get back to normal, but there's still plenty of money to be saved. 

If you are still searching for a PlayStation console, try our PS5 Restock tracker to find where has them in stock. 

If it's games you're looking for, you can find more options in our Best PS5 Black Friday games deals. For more headsets, check out our Best Gaming Headsets guide, for TVs see our Best TV for PS5 guide and for storage see our Best PS5 SSD guide. 

As an overview though, these are some of the best PS5-related deals available right now. 

Black Friday sales for PS5 discounts

  • Amazon – a fabulous range of PS5 deals
  • Currys – a smart place to look for PS5 console bundles
  • ShopToshop here for discounted PS5 games
  • John Lewisa place to shop for PS5 gaming TVs
  • AOconsole bundles and accessories
  • VeryPS5 games, accessories like gaming headsets
The Last of Us Part I for PlayStation 5:  £65

The Last of Us Part I for PlayStation 5: £65, £49 at
Get The Last of Us Part I for PlayStation 5 for under £50 in the Black Friday sale. In this post-apocalyptic adventure game, 

PlayStation DualSense Charging Station:  £24.99

PlayStation DualSense Charging Station: £24.99, £19.99 at Very
Now just £19.99, the PlayStation DualSense Charging Station charges up to 2 DualSense wireless controllers at the same time without you having to connect them to your PlayStation 5 console.

Sonic Frontiers:  £54.99

Sonic Frontiers: £54.99, now £28 at Amazon
The game was only released a few weeks ago, which makes this deal even sweeter. You can clock up a 49% saving on Amazon right now, nabbing the game for just £28

Thrustmaster T248:  £299

Thrustmaster T248: £299, now £229 at Currys
In our Thrustmaster T248 review, we praised the racing steering wheel for its "solid force feedback strength", revelling over the display and the quality of the pedals, too.


Pulse 3D headset, £91.60£69.99 at Amazon
f you're a brand-loyal gamer, these Sony PlayStation Pulse 3D headphones look the part and are now 24% off, bringing that price down to £69.99. 

Sony DualSense Wireless Controller:  £61.06

Sony DualSense Wireless Controller: £61.06, now £39.99 at Amazon
PS5 gamers need to look this way as the DualSense Wireless Controller just plunged to its lowest-ever price in the Amazon Black Friday sale.

HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset:  £74.99

HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset: £74.99, now £39.99 at Currys
HyperX are one of the best gaming accessory makers in the world right now, which is why an almost half-price discount on its HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset for PS5 is so welcome.

OIVO PS5 Stand:  £32.99

OIVO PS5 Stand: £32.99, now £29.99 at Amazon
The OIVO PS5 Stand not only adds desirable extra stability to the console when orientated vertically, but it also has built-in cooling fans to help keep it cool and running optimally.


Seagate FireCuda 530 2TB SSD for PS5: £299, now £255 at Amazon
This isn't the cheapest this drive has been but it's still a good deal, knocking £44 off the 2TB version of the Seagate FireCuda 530 SSD for PS5.

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PS5 DualSense Wireless Controller + FIFA 23: was £99.99now £79.99 at Amazon
FIFA 23 is the new hotness in the football game genre and here it is offered up along with an extra DualSense controller for PS5.

Samsung OLED 65-inch TV:  was £2399

Samsung OLED 65-inch TV: was £2399, now £1549 at Amazon
Save 35% – This is an incredible TV, with not only OLED tech but also Quantum Dot to ensure the very best colour. There's 120Hz refresh too, making this an ideal gaming choice.

Mat Gallagher

As T3's Editor-in-Chief, Mat Gallagher has his finger on the pulse for the latest advances in technology. He has written about technology since 2003 and after stints in Beijing, Hong Kong and Chicago is now based in the UK. He’s a true lover of gadgets, but especially anything that involves cameras, Apple, electric cars, musical instruments or travel.