Black Friday News: Leaked Deals Offer PS4 And Xbox One For As Low As $175

The Black Friday Sale is still a few weeks from happening but already, there have been a lot of buzz on what retailers will be offering. And a lot of that buzz have been fueled by leaks.

The leaked Black Friday deal of Kohl's show the Xbox One S and PlayStation 4 bundles to be worth only $175 each.

Forbes cites the source of the leak as website.

Kohl's Black Friday deals will be offered online starting Nov. 21 while their stores open at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, a day before Black Friday which falls on Nov. 25.

The PlayStation 4 Slim bundle includes the game Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. The Xbox One S bundle, meanwhile, includes the Minecraft game. Both bundles are priced $250 but the retail chain is also giving away Kohl's card worth $75 to go with each bundle. Buyers can use the card in purchasing the Xbox One S or the PS4 which will pull their prices down to $175. Of course, customers are free to choose how to spend the $75.

The BFAds website also posted Costco's Black Friday deals. According to the post entitled 'Costco Black Friday 2016 Ad Scan', the "prices are valid from November 25th through November 28th". The post further stated that it may "just be a snippet of Costco's full Black Friday ad. Compared to last year's 10-page ad scan, this is very light, so we'll keep you updated if they release more pages or deals".

Costco is offering the Sony PlayStation 4 bundle and the Xbox One S bundle at $50 less than the original price. While not as low as Kohl's potential deals, Costco makes up for it by sweetening the deal with some add-ons.

The PS4 bundle comes with a couple of DualShock 4 wireless controllers to go with the Uncharted 4 game while buyers can now stream 4K video and watch 4K Blu-ray on the updated Xbox One S which is also bundled with a Minecraft game.

Other deals such as Dell's and T-Mobile's have been leaked while some retailers jumped the gun and announced that they were starting early by offering online deals.

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