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PS4 and Xbox One bundles in stock at Best Buy

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If you are still on the hunt for either the Playstation 4 or Xbox One for Christmas, Best Buy received a new shipment in for Monday, Dec. 16. Both next-gen consoles are available as bundles featuring either an extra controller, game or subscription service card.

The Playstation 4 bundles start at $449.98 with the console accompanied by a 12-month PS Plus membership subscription or a copy of Call of Duty: Ghosts for $10 off the regular price. This goes all the way up to a $559.96 bundle that features the console, an extra controller, Call of Duty: Ghosts and the 12-month PS Plus card.

Similarly, the Xbox One bundles start at $539.98 with $20 off a 12-month Xbox LIVE Gold subscription and goes up to $629.96 with the console, extra controller, Call of Duty: Ghosts and 12-months of Xbox LIVE Gold. However, Best Buy is offering $50 off the normal price with that last bundle.

Free shipping is available with either console with plenty of time to make sure it arrives before Christmas. However, sales tax is applicable.

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