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The perfect PS5 2TB SSD drops to its lowest price ever – Black Friday Deal

It seems like just yesterday that we finished our coverage of last year’s Black Friday, and all of a sudden we’re once again introducing you to the new deals from this year’s event. We’re spoiled this month as retailers start offering huge discounts up to a week before the big day itself.

We like to stay on top of these early deals and one thing we’re always looking for is savings on a PS5 SSD. If you head over to Amazon you can find the Crucial P5 Plus 2TB Gaming SSD with Heatsink for just £99.99. This is the lowest price ever reached.

Black Friday Deal

Crucial P5 Plus 2TB Gaming SSD with Heat sink

Crucial P5 Plus 1TB Gaming SSD with Heatsink

Black Friday Deal

Crucial P5 Plus 1TB Gaming SSD with Heat sink

You might see us talking about SSDs for PS5 a lot, but you might have wondered why we’re talking about them so much? Well, if you’re used to constantly having to juggle space every time you install a new game, then you’ll want to get an SSD.

This will free up space, improve performance, and improve your overall experience. Now is the time to get one at a great price. Plus, if you don’t want to drop £100, the 1TB version is also down to just £57.99 right now.

More great early PlayStation deals for Black Friday

PS5 fans can be especially happy today, as Sony has decided to officially launch all of its Black Friday deals today. The deals currently on offer are also quite amazing. Firstly, you can get a PS5 for just £379, or you can get a bundle including two free games for just £400.

PS Plus is also offering up to 30% off right now for new and current members, but you can save even more with a ShopTo gift card deal. For example, new members can get 12 months of PS Plus for £83.99 (was £99.99), but the £84 ShopTo gift card only costs £74.85, so you get a total saving of £25.14.

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