Facebook has announced some pretty sweet Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on Oculus VR and Portal home video-calling devices.
The holidays are fast approaching now, and with Halloween out of the way, we’re already nearly at Thanksgiving. We all know what that means. Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Coming soon. If you were thinking of going for an Oculus or a Facebook Portal device, we’re happy to announce that Facebook is running some Black Friday and Cyber Monday on some of its latest gadgets – the new Portal and the Oculus Quest.
If you purchase an Oculus Quest between November 21st and January 31st, you’ll get all three episodes of the Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series for free (normally $29.97) with your headset. The headset will need to be activated within 30 days of purchase to redeem the offer, and that has to happen until 3/2/20.
Also, from November 28th to December 2nd Facebook is offering $50 off the Oculus Rift S and the Oculus Go, and the new Portal home video-calling devices. You will also be able to get the 15.6-inch Portal+ for $30 off.
The full list of Portal, Oculus Rift S and Oculus Go deals, from November 28 to December 2, 2019.
The Portal, Portal Mini, and the Portal TV all get $50 off, while the Portal + gets $30 off.
Portal $129 (from $179)
Portal Mini: $79 (from $129)
Portal TV: $99 (from $149)
Portal +: $249 (from $279)
The Rift S, and the Oculus Go (in both “flavors”) get $30 off.
Rift S: $349 (from $399)
Oculus Go 32GB: $149 (from $199)
Oculus Go 64GB: $199 (from $249)
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