Sony Announces PS4 Price Drop to $349 for US; Bundles Also Getting Price Cuts

on October 8, 2015 7:27 AM

Going in to the holiday season, Sony has already begun to offer some big titles like Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and partnerships for timed-exclusive content with titles such as Call of Duty: Black Ops III, though the company is dropping an even bigger offer with a price drop on the PS4 in the US, starting tomorrow.

Sony announced on the PlayStation Blog that starting tomorrow, October 9th, the company will be implementing a price drop on the base PS4 unit to $349.99/$429.99 CAD in the United States, following a previous price drop in Japan earlier this year.

In addition to a price cut on the regular PS4 units, Sony also detailed in its blog post that a variety of the PS4 bundles available during the holiday season will also be receiving a price drop in the US, which you can find below:

Bundle (Release Date) Current Price (MSRP) New Price (MSRP) (effective 10/9)
UNCHARTED: The Nathan Drake Collection PS4 Bundle (10/9) $399.99 USD / $449.99 CAD $349.99 USD / $429.99 CAD
Limited Edition Call of Duty: Black Ops III 1TB PS4 Bundle (11/6) $449.99 USD / $549.99 CAD $429.99 USD / $499.99 CAD
Limited Edition Disney Infinity 3.0: Star Wars PS4 Bundle (11/13) $449.99 USD / $549.99 CAD $399.99 USD / $469.99 CAD
Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront PS4 Bundle (11/17) $449.99 USD / $549.99 CAD $399.99 USD / $469.99 CAD
Star Wars Battlefront PS4 Bundle (11/17) $399.99 USD / $449.99 CAD $349.99 USD / $429.99 CAD
NHL 16 PS4 Bundle
(Available now, Canada only)
$449.99 CAD $429.99 CAD

If you have yet to pick up a PS4 for the holidays, with the new drop it should make the offer of a shiny new console an even harder treat to deny for what will surely be a busy holiday season.

Sony’s price drop of the PS4 for the US to $349 takes effect starting tomorrow, October 9th, 2015.

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Ryan is the Features Editor at DualShockers, with over five years' experience in the world of video games culture and writing. He holds a BA in English & Cinema from Binghamton University, and lives in New York City.