Want an Oculus Quest 2? You can’t beat Meta’s best ever Black Friday deal
Black Friday is here and if you’ve been looking to pick up an Oculus Quest 2 then there’s never been a better time thanks to Meta’s Black Friday Oculus Quest 2 deals.
This is probably one of the year’s best Black Friday deals in general as not only can you pick up the Oculus Quest 2 at a discount – the 128GB model is down $50 / £50 to $349.99 / £349.99 (opens in new tab), and the 256GB version is down $70 / £70 to $429.99 / £429.99 (opens in new tab) – but you get free games too. It’s not just any free games either. The free games are Resident Evil 4 VR and Beat Saber (two of the best Oculus Quest 2 games out there).
Sure, the Quest 2 was cheaper before August 2022 when its price was hiked $100 / £100 but this bundle packs in more than enough value to make this Meta’s best-ever VR deal.
(Not in the US or UK? Scroll down for the best Oculus Quest 2 deals in your region.)
Today’s best Black Friday Quest 2 deals in the US
Today’s best Black Friday Quest 2 deals in the UK
The Oculus Quest 2 is one of the best VR headsets on the market, especially if you’re on a budget. While it’s not as impressive as the Valve Index in terms of specs, or normally as cheap as the Pico 4, Meta’s device has more than a few things going for it.
First, unlike the Index, Meta’s headset is standalone. If you want to connect it to a PC you can but to play a VR game you don’t have to. You also don’t need to set up any annoying towers in the real world either, you just have to clear a space and draw a quick outline once you put the headset on so it knows where is safe and you’re ready to go.
Secondly, while the Pico 4 is normally slightly cheaper at £379 (it’s only available in the UK) and comes with slightly better specs, its software is definitely inferior right now. Generally, the Pico OS doesn’t feel as fine-tuned as what Meta’s hardware runs on and the games on the Pico 4 aren’t as good as those on the Quest platform. Not only does it lack great titles like Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4 VR, but the Pico 4’s version of games like After the Fall and Walkabout Mini Golf lack content that’s available on the rival hardware.
That said, if you are in the UK you might still want to take a look at Pico’s Black Friday 2022 deal as you can get the headset and three free games – RuinsMagus, After the Fall, and Les Mills BodyCombat – for as little as £379.99. Just note that the deal won’t be live until November 24, and it ends on November 28, 2022 (like all the other Cyber Monday deals).
Scroll down for more Black Friday deals in the US and UK.
More US Black Friday deals
- Amazon: 50% off TVs, AirPods, clothing & toys (opens in new tab)
- Apple AirPods Pro 2: down to $199 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
- Best Buy: up to $700 off TVs, laptops & iPads (opens in new tab)
- Cheap TVs: $79.99 smart TVs from Best Buy (opens in new tab)
- Christmas trees: prices starting at $38.99 (opens in new tab)
- Dell: laptops from $299.99 (opens in new tab)
- Dyson vacuums: $150 off cordless vacs (opens in new tab)
- Gifts ideas: 40% off holiday gifts from Amazon (opens in new tab)
- Home Depot: 50% off tools & appliances (opens in new tab)
- Lowe’s: $750 off appliances, decor & tools (opens in new tab)
- Macy’s: coats, sweaters & boots from $10 (opens in new tab)
- Overstock: 70% off decor and furniture (opens in new tab)
- Nectar: up to $500 off mattresses + free gifts (opens in new tab)
- Nordstrom: 50% off UGG, Nike & North Face (opens in new tab)
- Samsung: $2,500 off TVs & appliances (opens in new tab)
- Sephora: 50% off makeup, perfume & gifts (opens in new tab)
- Target: 45% off toys, TVs, Keurig & more (opens in new tab)
- Toys: 50% off best-selling toys at Walmart (opens in new tab)
- Ulta: up to 50% off makeup, hair & perfume (opens in new tab)
- Verizon: get the iPhone 14 Pro for free (opens in new tab)
- Walmart: 60% off toys, TVs, vacuums & laptops (opens in new tab)
- Wayfair: up to 80% off sitewide, + free shipping (opens in new tab)
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