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Best PS5 deals in September 2022

The best deals on PlayStation 5 consoles, games, PS Plus, accessories and more.

The PlayStation 5 has now been out for almost two years (and is still somewhat difficult to get hold of) but that hasn't stopped us from trying to gather all the best PS5 deals across games, accessories and more.

If you've been fortunate to get your hands on Sony's cutting-edge console then of course you'll want some games to play on it besides the excellent preinstalled Astro's Playroom. While we're still in the early years of cross-gen releases, there's nonetheless been a wide range of games available - whether via download or disc - including renowned exclusives, indie darlings and major blockbusters. We'll be updating this page regularly to keep you instantly in the know on where to find the best PS5 deals.

Of course, we won't be wasting your time with the promise of PS5 bundle deals as the console itself is hard enough to get a hold of right now. So, for news about the next drop, just have a peek at our PS5 stock page.

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PS5 consoles and bundles

PS5 consoles are being re-stocked more regularly and are staying in stock for longer. There are also some bundles appearing more regularly now, though they tend to sell out rather quickly. For now, your best other options are to check in on our PS5 stock page for regular updates and chuck Jelly Deals a follow on Twitter for the latest PS5 console alerts.

PS5 game deals

For now, here are the best PS5 game deals

UK

Horizon Forbidden West with free PS5 upgrade - £44 from Amazon (was £60)

Elden Ring - £43 from Base (was £50)

Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart - £48 from Amazon (was £70)

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands: Next Level Edition - £38 from The Game Collection (was £60)

Resident Evil Village - £27 from Amazon (was £60)

Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade - £39.11 from Amazon

Ghostwire Tokyo with Exclusive poster - £37 from Amazon (was £60)

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga - £27 from Base (was £50)

Far Cry 6 - £27 from Amazon

Gran Turismo 7 with free PS5 upgrade - £35 from ShopTo

Dying Light 2: Stay Human - £32 from The Game Collection

Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales - £29 from Amazon

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - £17 from Base (was £45)

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy - £22 from The Game Collection

Demon's Souls - £29 from Amazon (was £60)

Deathloop - £20 from Base (was £60)

Alan Wake Remastered - £15 from Amazon (was £25)

Immortals Fenyx Rising - £9 from The Game Collection

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection - £36 from Currys (was £40)

Watch Dogs Legion - £10 from The Game Collection

Death Stranding: Director's Cut - £29 from Amazon (was £43)

US

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Next Level Edition - $50 from Amazon (was $70)

Gran Turismo 7 with free PS5 Upgrade - $40 Walmart (was $70)

Demon Souls - $40 from Amazon (was $70)

Horizon Forbidden West - $40 from GameStop (was $60)

Marvel's Spider Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition - $50 from GameStop (was $70)

Sackboy: A Big Adventure - $30 from Best Buy (was $60)

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy - $30 from Amazon (was $60)

Resident Evil Village - $29 from Amazon (was $60)

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - $20 from Best Buy

Ghostwire Tokyo - $47 from Walmart (was $60)

Deathloop - $32 from Amazon (was $60)

Watch Dogs Legion with free PS5 upgrade - $10 from Amazon (was $60)

Dying Light 2: Stay Human - $35 from Amazon (was $60)

Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade - $40 from Walmart (was $70)

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection - $30 from Amazon (was $50)

Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart - $40 from Amazon (was $70)

Elden Ring - $46 from Amazon (was $60)

Far Cry 6 - $15 from Amazon (was $60)

PS5 controller deals

Finding significant PS5 controller deals right now isn't easy, to say the least. The DualSense is one of the most popular elements of the new console, with haptic feedback, dynamic triggers and a pleasantly ergonomic design that makes it comfortable to hold as you swing through New York or battle through Boletaria. Nonetheless, not all the prices are the same, and these are the best ones we've found going cheap.

UK

DualSense Midnight Black Wireless Controller - £57 from Amazon (was £60)

PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controller (White) - £57 from Amazon (was £60)

DualSense Cosmic Red Wireless Controller - £60 from Amazon (was £65)

DualSense Starlight Blue Wireless Controller - £60 from Amazon (was £64)

DualSense NOVA Pink Wireless Controller - £64 from Amazon

Dualsense Controller Galactic Purple - £65 from Game

US

Playstation DualSense Wireless Controller - $69 from Amazon

DualSense Wireless Controller Midnight Black - $69 from GameStop (was $70)

DualSense Wireless Controller Cosmic Red - $75 from GameStop

DualSense Wireless Controller Nova Pink - $75 from Best Buy

DualSense Wireless Controller Starlight Blue - $75 from Best Buy

DualSense Wireless Controller Galactic Purple - $75 from Best Buy

PS Plus Essential, PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium deals

If you want to get the most out of your PlayStation, you'll need PS Plus for all those monthly games and multiplayer sessions with titles like Call of Duty. Sony has recently revamped their subscription services that gives you different three different packages to pick from. The Essential tier (£6.99 monthly / £19.99 quarterly / £49.99 yearly) is what the old PS Plus service offered, enabling you to play online games and gives you two games to add to your library each month. This also provides cloud storage for your game saves (should you switch console) and discounts on digital game purchases.

The Extra tier (£10.99 monthly / £31.99 quarterly / £83.99 yearly) is basically a combination of Sony's two previous subscriptions, giving you everything Essential has to offer as well as access to 400 PS4 and PS5 games from both Sony and third-party developers, which you can download and play. And finally, the Premium tier (£13.49 monthly / £39.99 quarterly / £99.99 yearly) gives you all that's been mentioned, as well as over 300 more games (across PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP) that will be available to stream or download, including the ability to try games before making a purchase.

Unfortunately there are no longer PlayStation Plus cards available to buy from retailers. Instead you'll have to purchase a PlayStation Store gift card, top up your store credit a certain amount and use that credit to purchase whichever subscription tier you want. In the UK, you can save 10 percent on every available PS Store gift card from £5 to £100.

In the US, PlayStation store gift cards are available to purchase from a variety of retailers including Amazon US, Best Buy, Walmart, and GameStop.

PS5 accessory deals

There's always a range of extras to enhance your PS5 experience, whether to add new features, make things easier, or keep healthy care of the console itself. Plus, if someone's already got a PS5, these little extras can also make for a great gift. We'll include any of the best PS5 accessory deals right here for you to peruse - whether that's official goods, or high-quality Digital Foundry approved third-party options.

Sony also recently announced their own range of accessories, named InZone, which currently features 3 headsets and a monitor. They are currently available to pre-order in both the UK and US but there aren't any d/pre-order-sony-inzone-headsets-monitorsiscounts available right now. You can find out more about InZone and where to pre-order the prodcuts in this article.

We'd recommend grabbing a decent gaming headset for your PS5 too as the console supports 3D spatial audio across a lot of its games, supported through both first-party and third-party headsets, though you can also try it via TV speakers. It essentially adds a level of dimension to sounds, which not only adds to the immersive experience but is particularly useful in competitive multiplayer games.

Meanwhile, if you're looking for alternatives to the perpetually out of stock DualSense Charging Station, we've picked out some of the best PS5 controller charger alternatives too.

UK

PlayStation 5 Pulse 3D Wireless Headset - £85 from ShopTo (was £90)

PlayStation 5 Pulse 3D Wireless Headset Midnight Black - £75 from The Game Collection (was £80)

PS5 DualSense Charging Station - £24 from Amazon (was £25)

PlayStation 5 HD Camera - £38 from Amazon (was £51)

Venom PS5 Controller Twin Docking Station - White - £13 from Amazon (was £15)

Oivo PS5 Charging Station - £19 from Amazon (was £24)

SteelSeries Arctis 3 Gaming Headset - £60 from Amazon (was £90)

Razer Kaira Wireless Gaming Headset - £55 from Amazon (was £60)

US

PlayStation Pulse 3D Wireless Headset - $99 from

Playstation DualSense Charging Station - $29 from Amazon

Playstation HD Camera - $59 from Amazon

SteelSeries Arctis 1 Gaming headset - $69 from Amazon

Razer Kraken Gaming Headset - $46 from Amazon (was $80)

PowerA Twin Charging Station for Dualsense Wireless Controllers - $19 from Amazon (was $25)

HyperX Cloud Stinger Core Wireless Gaming Headset - $60 from Amazon (was $80)

External Game Drive 2TB for PlayStation 4 - $80 from Amazon (was $93)

External Game Drive 4TB for PlayStation 4 - $110 from GameStop (was $125)


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