One of the biggest deals of the Black Friday shopping event is finally here. Purchases of an Oculus Quest 2 from Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, and Target, now come with a free $50 gift card alongside, a supreme combo (see here).
That means you can purchase the 128GB VR headset for $299, and get a $50 gift card to go towards all your other Black Friday and holiday gift shopping, so go nuts with it.
Get a Free $50 Gift Card with Oculus Quest 2 Purchases
Free $50 gift cards are available with both the 128GB ($299) and 258GB ($399) models of the Oculus Quest 2 (see here). This is definitely one of the best deals of the year, and well worth your consideration, especially if you're planning to do any other Black Friday shopping at the likes of Amazon or Best Buy for example.
VR is coming back into gaming in a big way, and we're expecting the support of VR games to continue to grow year on year. This is the perfect opportunity to jump into the VR scene, so don't miss out.
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Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.
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