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Tesco Direct logoTesco Direct 2 for £40 PS4 & Xbox One games*Including Destiny, Fallout 4 and Rainbow Six Siege

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If you go online to Tesco Direct* or visit a Tesco store you could bag two selected PS4 and Xbox One games for £40 until Sun 7 May.

Some of the games featured in the promotion, which lets you mix and match PS4 and Xbox One titles, were available for less than £20 elsewhere when we looked on Tue 25 Apr. However, if you want two of the games we've pulled out from the sale, below, there's some decent savings to be made.

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PS4 logoPS4 Slim console bundles from £200Best prices for the 500GB and 1TB models, plus PS4 Pro deals

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Below you'll find a round-up of the cheapest prices for both the standard PS4 Slim console and the more powerful PS4 Pro console.

While both consoles play all the same games, PS4 Pro offers enhanced experiences through graphical and performance improvements. All prices include delivery and are for the black version of the console unless otherwise stated.

Cheapest PS4 Slim 500GB consoles and top bundles we found at 3.34pm on Wed 12 Apr:

  • PS4 Slim 500GB with Uncharted 4: A Thief's End for £199.99 at Smyths.
  • PS4 Slim 500GB with Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens game and Star Wars: The Force Awakens Blu-ray for £219.85 at ShopTo*.
  • PS4 Slim 500GB (white console) with Horizon Zero Dawn for £227.70 at ShopTo*.

Want more storage? Cheapest PS4 Slim 1TB consoles and top bundles:

Cheapest PS4 Pro consoles and top bundles:

  • PS4 Pro 1TB without a game for £329.99 at Simply Games*.
  • PS4 Pro 1TB with Horizon Zero Dawn and a three-month PlayStation Plus subscription for £349.99 at Game.
  • PS4 Pro 1TB with Infamous: Second Son and a two-month Now TV Sky Cinema pass for £349.99 at Game.
  • PS4 Pro 1TB with Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands and Infamous: Second Son for £369.99 at Game.

If you're not fussed about getting a brand new PS4, it might be worth buying a professionally refurbished console from a trusted retailer. We've seen these for as low as £180 - full info in our PS4: MoneySaving tips and tricks. If you're more interested in Xbox, check out our Xbox One deals page.

PS4 logoPS4 games price round-upFor top games incl FIFA 17, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

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Playing games can be an expensive pastime, so we’ve rounded up the cheapest prices for a number of popular PS4 releases.

Below you’ll find deals for some of the biggest PS4 games released over the past year including FIFA 17, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Horizon Zero Dawn, plus hotly-anticipated upcoming titles such as Prey - you can sometimes get a bargain by pre-ordering a game at a promotional price ahead of release.

Unless otherwise stated, all games listed below are disc-based copies rather than digital ones and all prices include delivery. If you’re more interested in Xbox, see our Xbox One games price round-up.

Cheapest PS4 game prices we found at 3.05pm on Wed 5 Apr:

Get the cheapest PS4 Slim console prices here. Subscribe to PlayStation Plus and you'll receive free downloadable PS4 games every month.

PS4 logoGet 'free' PS4 games with PlayStation PlusSubscription offers games and deals, required to play online

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If you’re planning to play PS4 games online, you’ll need a PlayStation Plus subscription, which is normally £5.99 per month, £14.99 for three months, or £39.99 for a year (although you can sometimes find these cheaper on offer).

In addition to granting access to otherwise restricted features such as online gaming, PlayStation Plus gives you a number of free games each month, plus exclusive discounts on games in the PlayStation Store.

Normally, six free PlayStation Plus games are available each month – two PS4 titles, two games for the console's predecessor, PS3, and two for Sony's handheld gaming system, PS Vita. Some of these games will be playable on multiple consoles. They’re free to download, play and keep as long as you have an active PlayStation Plus membership.

April's free PlayStation Plus games:

These include Drawn to Death (PS4, norm £15.99 on PlayStation Store), Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime (PS4, norm £11.99 on PlayStation Store), 10 Second Ninja X (PS4 and Vita, norm £7.99 on PlayStation Store), Curses 'N Chaos (PS4 and Vita, norm £7.99 on PlayStation Store) Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom (PS3, norm £24.99 on PlayStation Store) and Alien Rage (PS3, norm £11.99 on PlayStation Store).

It’s worth noting that PlayStation Store often isn’t the cheapest place to buy PlayStation games. However, even based on the cheapest prices elsewhere, in one month alone you could make up the £39.99 paid for your annual subscription in free games.

Warning: Subscription will automatically renew

To activate a PlayStation Plus subscription, you'll need to have a credit or debit card tied to your Sony Entertainment Network account, which will automatically renew your membership and bill you at the end of your term unless you cancel it beforehand.

If you haven't had one before, you can also get a free 14-day PlayStation Plus trial. However, you'll need to register payment details and your free membership will automatically turn into a paid subscription that renews monthly by default following the end of the free trial period unless you cancel it beforehand.

We’ve also rounded up the cheapest prices for a number of the biggest PS4 games, including upcoming titles you can pre-order now.

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PS4 logoPS4: MoneySaving tips and tricks*Including bundles, refurbished products and free trials

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Buying PS4 consoles and games can be expensive, so we've rounded up a number of purchasing tips and tricks designed to cut your costs.

  • Buy a bundle. Bundles offer ready-made or customisable combinations of consoles, games and accessories that are cheaper than the sum of their individual parts, so they’re a good way to pick up a few extras for less than you’d be able to if you were buying them separately.
  • Buy refurbished. Retailers such as Tesco (via its eBay outlet*) and Amazon offer relatively cheap refurbished consoles with 12-month guarantees. We've seen these for as low as £180. Pick the newer C Chassis model* rather than the older B Chassis model* if it's available.
  • Look for the latest model. Compared to the original PS4 B Chassis model, the newer C Chassis model is quieter, lighter and more power efficient. More details on the differences between the launch hardware and the newer model can be found at Eurogamer.
  • Pre-order at a promotional price. Games are usually most expensive at launch and during the first few weeks or months post-release, but savings can often be made by pre-ordering in the run-up to release, so keep an eye on prices.
  • Or wait for prices to drop. If you’re not desperate to pick up the latest releases, hold out for a bit. Game prices can fall relatively quickly and significantly, even in the case of top-selling series like FIFA and Call of DutySee our PS4 games price round-up.
  • Buy second-hand. Buying pre-owned games is a great way to cut costs. Purchasing them from high street retailers such as Game (12-month guarantee) and CEX (24-month guarantee) will also give you peace of mind.  
  • Trade in games. Retailers such as CEX and Game will offer cash for your old games and consoles, but they’ll give you more in store credit to put towards other products.
  • Buy boxed rather than digital. This isn’t a hard and fast rule, but generally new releases are more expensive to buy as digital downloads than disc-based games. Physical boxed games also carry re-sale value.
  • Free-to-PlayStation. The PlayStation Store is home to a number of free-to-play PS4 games including DC Universe Online, Planetside 2 and Warframe. These offer the core gameplay experience free of charge, supplemented by additional features and functionality you can choose to pay for.
  • Play free trials. You can sample a number of PS4 games by downloading free demos from the PlayStation Store. Also look out for the chance to take part in pre-release trials, which are increasingly common for big games.
  • Rent games. Game streaming service PlayStation Now lets users rent PS3 games which are playable on PS4. Rentals start from £2.99, while a monthly unlimited subscription to the service costs £12.99. There’s also a free seven-day trial.
  • Get PlayStation Plus. Costing £5.99 per month, £14.99 for three months, or £39.99 for a year, this subscription service gives you a number of free games each month, plus exclusive discounts on games and downloadable content. It's also required to play PS4 games online.
  • Want more? If you’re interested in Xbox One console and game deals, or just want more general game-related buying advice, check out our Xbox One deals page.
  • Had a problem with Sony? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to Sony*.

If you spot any hot deals out there we have missed (we are human after all!), please let us know in the MSE Forum, email us at msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com or via MSE Facebook and Twitter @MSE_Deals.

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PS4 logoPS4 sale: 98 games under £16Inc LittleBigPlanet 3 and Tomb Raider Definitive Edition for £8

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Sony is running a PlayStation Store sale featuring almost 100 PS4 games for under £16 until Wed 21 Sep.

The two-week promotion features savings of up to 75% on selected digital titles. The deals are available to all PlayStation console owners, though PlayStation Plus subscribers get extra discounts on some games.

Here are some of the best offers we spotted on Tue 13 Sep:

It's worth noting that PlayStation Store isn’t always the cheapest place to buy games. While we’ve listed a number of strong PS4 deals above, some of the other discounted titles included in the sale may be cheaper elsewhere, and come in physical form, meaning they carry resale value, so check prices online before you buy.

What is PlayStation Plus?

Normally priced at £5.99 per month, £14.99 for three months, or £39.99 for a year, PlayStation Plus gives subscribers a number of free games each month, plus exclusive member discounts of up to 75% off games. It's also required to play PS4 games online.

Playing games can be an expensive pastime, so it's worth looking over our PS4: MoneySaving tips and tricks. If you're more interested in Xbox, check out our Xbox One deals page.

Tesco Direct logoTesco pre-order 2 PS4/Xbox One games £70*Incl FIFA 17, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare using discount code

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You can get two PS4 or Xbox One games for £70 by combining two offers at Tesco Direct* until Sun 4 Sep.

Simply use the code TDX-KTRP - which knocks £10 off a £75-plus spend on selected items - on its ‘buy two for £80 deal’ on selected pre-order games to max your saving.

The two for £80 offer includes 2016's biggest upcoming games such as FIFA 17, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Battlefield 1, Watch Dogs 2, Titanfall 2Final Fantasy XV, Gears of War 4 and Forza Horizon 3, plus some major 2017 releases such as Mass Effect Andromeda, Resident Evil 7Horizon Zero DawnPrey and Spiderman.

If you're planning to buy two of the games featured in the promotion, which lets you mix and match PS4 and Xbox One titles, then you'll likely be getting a bargain as most big new releases cost £40-£50ish at launch.

For more gaming offers, check out our PS4 deals and Xbox One deals pages.

PS4 logoPlayStation Store sale on 100s of digital gamesInc Dragon Age Inquisition £10, Heavy Rain & Beyond £20

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Sony is running a PlayStation Store sale featuring more than 200 discounted PS4, PS3 and Vita games until Wed 24 Aug.

It's a four-week promotion featuring savings of up to 60% on selected digital titles, however some games will only be available in the sale for a limited time. The deals are available to all PlayStation console owners, though PlayStation Plus subscribers get extra discounts on some games.

It's worth noting that PlayStation Store often isn’t the cheapest place to buy games. While we’ve listed a number of strong PS4 deals below, some of the discounted titles included in the sale may be cheaper elsewhere, and come in physical form, meaning they carry resale value, so check prices online before you buy.

Here are the best offers we spotted on Tue 9 Aug:

What is PlayStation Plus?

Normally priced at £5.99 per month, £14.99 for three months, or £39.99 for a year, PlayStation Plus gives subscribers a number of free games each month, plus exclusive member discounts of up to 75% off games. It's also required to play PS4 games online.

Playing games can be an expensive pastime, so it's worth looking over our PS4: MoneySaving tips and tricks. If you're more interested in Xbox, check out our Xbox One deals page.

use the money mantras

Before spending, use Martin's Mantras. If you answer 'NO' to any, Don't buy!

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you
Skint? ask:
  • Do I need it?
  • Can I afford it?
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not skint? ask:
  • Will I use it?
  • Is it worth it?
Section 75

Free protection for all shopping!

There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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