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We can't believe how cheap these PS5 SSDs are today

As early Black Friday PS5 SSD deals go, this is the best we've seen yet and one that is going to be hard to beat this year. The big brands have been discounted quite a lot recently, but today's deal absolutely blows them out of the water. Seriously, if you've already bought a PS5 SSD, maybe you dived in early during the beta or as soon as the bay unlocked for everyone, stop reading as you almost certainly paid a hell of a lot more than this.

Amazon is currently selling the 1TB XPG Gammix S70 Blade for just $147.99 in the US. Over in the UK, you can also save a lot of cash as the same PS5 SSD is reduced to £114.58 (when you tick the 35% off coupon voucher). These are the sort of prices we're more used to seeing with half the capacity and without a heatsink. You're not missing out on performance either as this is one of the fastest SSDs you can get on PS5.

PS5 SSD deals of the week

XPG 1TB Gammix S70 Blade $147.99 at Amazon

$130 at Amazon $139 at Walmart

The nice discount really undersells the value you're getting here, as even at full price the XPG is way, way cheaper than 1TB PS5 SSD options from WD, Samsung, and Seagate. And yet this is one of the fastest options for your PS5 and is backed up with strong reviews. You're also getting a heatsink in the box at no extra charge - some built-in heatsinks from other brands increase the price by $50!

XPG 1TB Gammix S70 Blade £114.58 at Amazon

£142 at Amazon

This just keeps getting cheaper as the coupon has just been boosted to 35% off instead of 30% yesterday. Do remember to tick it on te listing page before adding to your basket (no code required). The price won't actually go down to £114.58 until you're at the checkout. You'll be able to see this epic low price before you confirm your transaction though.

As early Black Friday sales go, this is easily one of the best we've seen. Head on over to our guide for the best Black Friday PS5 deals for more SSDs, headsets, games, and, if we're super lucky, maybe even some sightings of the damn conosles themselves. No promises.

Getting your SSD into your PS5 is made even easier with our guide on how to install a PS5 SSD. If you'd like to see other storage options, be sure to check out our best PS5 SSD guide.



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