HTC’s flagship virtual reality headset, the HTC Vive, has found itself on the receiving end of a couple of epic Cyber Monday 2017 price cuts. If you’ve been holding out on joining the VR revolution, now’s the time to take the plunge.
In a bid to take advantage of holiday deals fever, UK retailer GAME recently knocked £100 off one of its best HTC Vive bundles, but sadly it seems this deal has been and gone.
However, it’s probably still worth heading over to GAME to see if it’s hiding somewhere – the UK retailer isn’t exactly the best at site maintenance, though it does offer some great savings from the time-to-time.
The deal saw £599 get you not only an HTC Vive virtual reality headset, but a deluxe audio strap and two awesome games – Doom VFR and Fallout 4 VR.
Even without the games and other freebies thrown in, though, £599 is still a pretty great price for the HTC Vive when you consider it launched at a hefty £759.
The official price cut down to £599 is still pretty recent, too, so while it’s a shame to have missed the above bundle, there’s still every reason to feel good about picking up a Vive for a considerably lower price – it’s a hefty £159 less than it was as recently as September.
In fact, a number of UK retailers are still ignoring HTC’s recent price cut are flogging it for much more – including a certain online shopping giant who shan’t be named.
Get it for the right price at Currys today.
- Buy Now: HTC Vive at Currys for just £599
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Most importantly, the Vive is a truly great product and probably the best VR headset around. We gave it a nearly perfect 9/10 score in our review, praising its immersive VR experience, intuitive (and long-lasting) controllers, and strong selection of games.
The HTC Vive was launched in April 2016 and has since become one of the most popular virtual reality systems in the world.
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