Get Oculus Go standalone VR headset for $149 (save $50)

Yolanda Curtis
December 1, 2019

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The Black Friday holiday shopping bonanza has now come to and end but there are still ongoing deals that you can grab over this Cyber Weekend and on Cyber Monday. For VR newbies, the Playstation VR is a more affordable option. Among the best-selling stand-alone VR headsets are the HTC Vive Focus, HTC Vive Focus Plus, Oculus Go and Oculus Quest. Deal Tomato earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.

The best Playstation VR bundle available right now comes at $250, and it includes the Playstation VR Headset itself, a Playstation Camera, Playstation VR Move Controllers, Demo Disc 3.0 Disc, a Blood & Truth Disc, and finally a voucher to download the game Everybody's Golf VR. As many users may already have a PlayStation 4, the PS VR will be a great addition to their console, making it the most cost-effective way to get into VR without needing a powerful gaming computer.

There are numerous alternatives to the Oculus including the Sony PSVR. Additionally, there are options from companies like Samsung Gear who have a mature VR ecosystem thats comparable to Oculus.

HTC first unveiled the HTC Vive Pro, a hardware update to the PC-connected HTC Vive VR system, at CES in 2018. However, if you're an HTC Vive owner, now might be the time to upgrade as the standalone Vive Pro headset is also on sale with $200 off if you're in the U.S. and £200 off in the United Kingdom as well. This kit usually costs $1,299/£1,048 but is discounted just for the Black Friday period. The PS VR is a relatively cheap and hassle-free way to get into Virtual Reality Gaming. This is important when talking about VR, since that display is much closer to your eyes.

If you have been putting off purchasing a virtual reality headset for quite some time, this is the ideal time to lay your hands on one with the Black Friday deals. As an Amazon Associate Retail Fuse earns from qualifying purchases.

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