Oculus Quest 2 already the best and least expensive standalone VR headset on the market, and now it has hit an all-time low price of $200—if you don’t mind skimping on storage.

Quest 2 initially launched with a 64GB model for $300 and a 256GB model for $400. Not long ago the 64GB model was discontinued in favor of a larger 128GB model at the same $300 price point.

Walmart is now selling refurbished units of the Quest 2 64GB model for just $200, marking an all-time low price for the headset. This is the very same hardware as the other models, just with less storage for games and apps.

Because the 64GB model was discontinued, this is likely a ‘while supplies last’ situation, but if you’re looking to save some cash and don’t mind keeping an eye on your storage, this is the cheapest we’ve ever seen this headset sold for from a major retailer.

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As far as we can see, this isn’t a special sale price; the headset will presumably be sold at this price until stock runs out. If you’re looking for a deal on the Quest 2 models with more storage, check out the Oculus Cyber Monday sale before it’s gone!

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  • Nice

  • Dang, that’s a steal!

  • David Jennings

    100$ off for a refurbished unit is actually a trash deal. Refurbished just means used, potentially damaged, lacking in warranty, and at a savings you’d like seen before on craigslist.

    250$ for the brand new 128GB model on amazon right now is a far better deal (299 with 50$ amazon gift card promo coupon)

    • Alexander Sears

      From Wikipedia:
      Refurbishment is the distribution of products (generally electronics) that have been previously returned to a manufacturer or vendor for various reasons, not sold in the market or new launch of a product. Refurbished products are normally tested for functionality and defects before they are sold to the public. They are repaired by the original manufacturer and resold.

      They likely just replaced the abrasive facial interface and are now stuck with a bunch of stock they have to mark down in order to sell.
      Lol, makes me wish I didn’t buy the 64 gig model when it was new.

      • Andrew Jakobs

        Yeah, I bought a refurbished monitor (didn’t even know it was refurbished), had a lot of deadpixels, so it went straight back..

      • Atanas Ctonlob

        That’s the official explanation but as far as reality goes they are powered on for few seconds and tossed back in the box and sold. You wont find many manufacturers fully testing the devices. Devices with dead pixels, overheating problems, battery problems, controller tracking issues often make it back on the shelf.

  • Eeeeeee, yah… Refurbished sorta explains the whole deal. I dunno how easy it is to get in there and replace the battery, but that’s the first part likely to fail and likely something that wasn’t changed out during the refurbishing.

  • ArSh

    A refurb no-longer-produced 64GB unit is not a “deal”. More likely a con.

  • DeanVega

    It’s alright if you’re a gambling man, I guess. But I suppose they have to sell all of them before the Metas start arriving in 2022. I guess we have to start getting Meta Quest 2 porn guides instead of Oculus lmao xD