Video Game Cyber Monday 2018 – Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PS4 Deals

Find the best deals on video game systems online on Cyber Monday 2018. Funtober will be tracking all of the online sales and price discounts at major websites for video games which are available on the Monday after Thanksgiving. If you are looking to buy a new gaming system over the holiday weekend, stop back to see what we have found!

Video Game Cyber Monday Deals:

We will post them here when they are available.

Here are a few of the consoles, systems and bundles that we will be tracking prices on:

Nintendo Switch: The Nintendo Switch is the hottest video game system on the market in 2018. It is a video game console that is designed for use primarily as a home console with the unit inserted into a docking station and connected to the TV. The unit can also be removed and used as a tablet computer game console or in a tabletop mode with multiple players. This gives it the versatility to operate as a portable game system as well. The Switch supports online gaming through the internet or wireless connectivity with other Switch systems.

Microsoft Xbox One: The Microsoft Xbox One X is still one of the hottest video game system this Christmas. It has an octa-core CPU with 40 compute units and 6 teraflops of power, as well as 12 gigabytes of GDDR5 memory. Games run at 60 frames per second (in first-party titles) both in native 4K resolution as well as HDR.

Playstation 4: The PS4 Pro is a super-charged system for faster, more powerful 4K gaming. It has double the power of the standard PlayStation and HDR for intensely vibrant colors. Every PS4 game is playable on PS4 Pro at a minimum of 1080p with an HD TV. Some have PS4 Pro features built-in, while others get a boost to enhance their performance and graphics. Life-like realism, curves become smoother, corners are sharper and visual elements come to life.

Retro Gaming Systems: There will likely be sales on the Sega Genesis Classic, Nintendo SNES Classic and Atari Flashback 8.

Cyber Monday became the moniker for this huge shopping day in 2005 when it appeared in a Shop.org press release. In 2017, shoppers spent more than $6.5 billion dollars in purchases in the largest shopping day in US eCommerce history. Please stop back on the weekend after Thanksgiving to see the start of the online sales that are available on video game systems online.