Skip to main content
Report this ad

See also:

PS4 games and accessories receive $10 gift card at Newegg

PS4 DualShock 4
PS4 DualShock 4
The PS4 DualShock 4 plus other PS4 items come with a $10 gift card at Newegg. (Sony)

The Playstation 4 launched Friday and online retailer Newegg is already going with gift card offers on games and accessories for the new console plus extravagant bundles that include the PS Vita.

A second controller for a brand new console seems like a given so Newegg is throwing in a $10 gift card with the PS4 DualShock 4 controller at $59.99. Meanwhile, the PS4 camera is also $59.99 and comes with a $10 gift card and the Turtle Beach Ear Force PC4 Headset comes with a $5 gift card at $29.99.

There are a select number of current and upcoming PS4 titles that have gift card offers as well. Battlefield 4 comes with a $5 gift card while Knack, Madden NFL 25 and NBA 2K14 are packing $10 gift cards. For pre-orders, Infamous: Second Son and Destiny are featured with the $10 gift card.

There are a couple of loaded combo deals for the PS4 as well that start at 4 p.m. EST with the most interesting being the "PS4 + PS Vita Walking Dead Supercombo" which combines the console with The Walking Dead PS Vita bundle, an extra controller, headset and year of PS Plus for $799.95. Sony is pushing remote play and second screen experiences with its handheld which led to many gamers asking for this sort of bundle.

The "PS4 Shooter Supercombo" is more expensive and features the console, an extra controller, headset, year of PS Plus and copies of Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts and Killzone: Shadow Fall for $1049.93.

Free shipping is available on all of the products but sales tax may be charged depending on the state. These deals should run through Nov. 21 or while supplies last.

You can follow Scott via Facebook, Twitter, RSS feed or email alerts for all the latest game news and deals as well as the weekly Furious Fourcast podcast/videocast. All game news on Examiner can be followed at the Game On Facebook page and Twitter feed.

Report this ad