Whatever your opinion on GameStop, we know a deal when we see one. For today only, on April 8th, GameStop is selling refurbished PSVR headsets for $100.

Unfortunately the deal doesn’t include the PlayStation Camera, nor PlayStation Move Controllers, which you’ll have to buy separately.

Still, if you can manage to source the missing bits for cheap enough, or if you happen to already own a PSVR but befell some untimely accident (dog chewed through the cables is more common than you might think) than this deal might just be for you.

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If you’re looking to jump into the wild world of PSVR, here’s a word of advice: you definitely need a PS Camera, as it handles positional tracking for the headset and controllers. PS Move controllers can be added later, but all you need to hop into Astro Bot Rescue Mission (2019) or Skyrim VR (2017) is a PS4, PSVR, PS Camera, and single DualShock 4 gamepad.

As luck would have it, you can buy a PS Camera new for $55 on Amazon and a pair of used PS Moves for around $90 on Amazon, bringing your all-in price to just under $245.

GameStop only ships the headset in the lower 48, meaning Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico residents needs not apply. The deal is only available online for obvious reasons.

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  • VRagoso

    Even for free it´s too expensive. :P

  • flamaest

    Sold out everywhere, fake sale.

    • sfmike

      If it gets people into the store it’s considered successful. The old bait and switch.

      • Alexisms

        All part of Gamespot’s “let’s spread the corona virus” policy

      • Ad

        Hopefully they shoplift.

  • Ad

    F*ck GameStop and this is actually a bad price, $245 is more than you could get the full bundle, with games, over Black Friday. Plus this is used.

  • Andrew Jakobs

    I still think it’s a shame Sony went with their proprietary USB-3 connector for the PS4 camera, now you’ll need a converterplug to be able to connect it to anything else. They could have saved themselves some money due the regular USB-3 connector being much cheaper to produce and it would mean an extra USB-3 port on their console. Still have some loose AUX connectors laying around, but never had the time to actually make the converter.

  • Jonathan Winters III

    Just visited the site, and it’s listed at $149, not $99.

  • impurekind

    Well that’s great.