PS5 DualSense controllers are $20/£20 off for Black Friday

Retailers have started discounting DualSense controllers as part of their Black Friday promotions.

The PlayStation 5 controller usually costs $69.99 / £59.99 but numerous retailers have now started dropping the price for the annual sale period.

Prices and availability vary by region, but Amazon UK and US each have different colours availble for $49 / £39.99, a saving of $20 / £20.

DualSense Controller – Midnight Black
DualSense Controller – Cosmic Red
DualSense Controller – Nova Pink
DualSense Controller – Gray Camouflage

Elsewhere in the UK, Argos is selling every colour for £39.99 while stocks last, while Smyths is selling them all for £41.99, ShopTo for £42.85 and GAME for £44.99.

PlayStation‘s official Direct store is also selling every colour for £44.99, except for the limited edition God of War Ragnarok one which remains full price.

In the US, pricing appears to be more uniform across the major retailers. Walmart is selling every colour for $49 to match Amazon, as are GameStop and Best Buy.

DualShock Black Friday deals (UK)

DualShock Black Friday deals (US)

There are no Black Friday deals for the DualSense Edge controller, which is currently available for pre-order on PlayStation Direct but doesn’t release until next year.

The customisable controller will launch globally on January 26, 2023 with a recommended retail price of $199.99 USD / £209.99 / €239.99.

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