UK PS5 SSD deal hunters stand up! The early Black Friday PS5 SSD deals you've been looking for could be here already, and they mean you can avoid the business of next week. The ADATA XPG GAMMIX SSD in its 1TB capacity is down to its lowest ever price at Amazon right now, and it's the perfect one-stop solution to those looking for the perfect Black Friday PS5 deal this year.
You can now get it for just GBP123.40 by ticking the coupon box on the product page, and save a sizeable 52 quid.
This is a great deal to just get your PS5 SSD deal shopping done ahead of time, bagging you a reliable drive that offers crazy fast speeds and comes with its own heatsink. As for the broader Black Friday SSD deals, they're going to be a fiercely contested marketplace this year, so an opportunity to bag yours ahead of the bustle is worth considering.
Today's best early Black Friday PS5 SSD deal
The ADATA XPG S70 BLADE can run with the best PS5 SSDs and is proving to be an early favourite given its value and price point. The fact that it comes with its own heatsink is a big advantage too as you don't have to worry about doing a DIY job on something that's so pricey, so small, and so important.
For reference and comparison, here's a smattering of the other current prices for some internal and external PS5 SSDs, wherever you are right now.
Today's best internal PS5 SSD deals
If you only have eyes for something that can be your PS4 game library holder and bank, then an external PS5 SSD or hard drive is likely to be the best option for you. Here are some of the latest prices on the top models.
Today's best external PS5 SSD & HDD deals
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