Black Friday 2021 Console Deals

Black Friday 2021 is now just a few months away, arriving on 26th November to present players with some of the biggest gaming deals of the year. Get huge discounts on consoles, big deals on games and fantastic value accessories. Console Deals is the only place to compare all UK gaming Black Friday deals in one place - and we'll be ready when the day arrives.

Black Friday 2021 Game Deals

Find prices from all the UK's major gaming retailers on the biggest games for PS5, Xbox Series S | X, Nintendo Switch and more on November 26th!

The Last of Us Part II
18 deals from £21.85
Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order
83 deals from £11.65
Watch Dogs Legion
98 deals from £13.95
Assassin's Creed Valhalla
99 deals from £23.64
FIFA 21
102 deals from £4.99
Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time
53 deals from £28.95
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
94 deals from £23.29
Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales
49 deals from £39.99

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Black Friday 2021 FAQ

  • When is Black Friday this year? Black Friday 2021 falls on November 26th this year - get it in your calendar!
  • How long does the Black Friday event last? We typically see Black Friday now happen in several phases. We expect to see some solid deals throughout November leading up to the event. Then, beginning a week before Black Friday itself (November 19th), some retailers will start putting some very strong deals out there. The actual Black Friday deals themselves tend to launch from around 6PM on the Thursday, while some retailers won't launch until Friday morning. If you're after a big bargain, that's the time to start really checking!
  • Is Black Friday worth bothering about for gaming products? While we know Black Friday has a bit of a reputation for not being all its cracked up to be, gaming has consistently proved to be one of the few markets to buck this trend. We've seen some genuinely amazing deals on consoles, games and accessories in past years, the likes of which have dwarfed anything seen outside of Black Friday. The highlight of Black Friday 2020 was the price of the Xbox One S All-Digital console - RRP £199.99 - dropping to less than £100. 
  • Where will the big deals be on Black Friday 2021? With both the Xbox Series S|X and the PS5 now officially launched, Black Friday 2021 should see the Xbox One and PS4 console families significantly drop in price. We expect to see some big discounts on the Xbox One and PS4 as retailers look to shift their remaining stock, so if you don't mind being slightly behind the curve in terms of tech, we'd advise keeping your eyes peeled on those!
  • Will the PS5 or Xbox Series X/S be discounted? Unfortunately, given the unprecedented levels of demand for both the new next gen consoles, it seems unlikely that we'll see any noteworthy discounts on these consoles. While the availability for both is still very hit and miss, we do expect that we should at least see some more stock around towards the end of the year - heading into the holiday season. At most, if there is more stock available than we're expecting, you might be able to pick up one of the new consoles as part of an enticing bundle, at a discount compared to buying it separately.
  • Will big new games be discounted? There's some big new games out very soon, including Deathloop, FIFA 22, Back 4 Blood and others. While these will hold their price better than older games, expect to see some strong discounts on a few of these around Black Friday. The same goes for Nintendo's first party games for the Nintendo Switch, which are notorious for holding their price for years.

Black Friday 2021 – video game retailers to keep an eye on:

A number of recognisable UK retailers will be diving into Black Friday 2021 headfirst, hoping to entice video game players everywhere into opening their wallets with various deals and offers. The likes of Argos, Currys PC World and of course Amazon are set to compete with each other, so we thought we’d include a breakdown of how each retailer tends to operate during the year’s biggest online sales event.

GAME: The UK’s biggest video game retailer always tends to go big for Black Friday. 2021 looks to be no different, with plenty of different PlayStation, Switch and Xbox bundles sure to offer people great value. Individual games tend to drop in price quite a bit at GAME, too. It’s worth keeping an eye on.

Argos: Argos offers the ultimate in convenience thanks to its trademark ‘Click & Collect’ service. This is sure to come in handy during Black Friday 2021, as anything reserved online can be picked up in store either that day or soon after. Bundles tend to be competitive, but games always get significant price slashes at Argos.

Currys PC World: Black Friday at Currys PC World was exclusively held online last year, but in 2021 that’s no longer the case. Consumers will be able to venture to stores, though you’re likely to see the biggest price drops on TVs, games and console bundles online. Currys always has a decent Black Friday newsletter worth signing up to.

Amazon: Nobody does Black Friday 2021 quite like Amazon. Part of this is because almost anything you buy can be delivered the very next day, and the site does an excellent job at breaking down deals by category. Simply click ‘video game deals’ when the time comes and you’ll easily find longstanding and lightning offers.

Tesco: Primarily a brick-and-mortar outfit, Tesco always has a major presence in the UK come Black Friday. It’s speciality as of late has been its excellent console bundles, which could see players save big on a PS4, Xbox or Nintendo Switch. Expect the same to be true again during Black Friday 2021.

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