BLACK Friday gaming deals are in full swing and this discounted PS5 SSD at Amazon is one you won’t want to miss.
Sony only recently made it possible for PS5 owners to expand their console’s 825GB internal storage.
The Crucial P5 Plus CT1000P5PSSD8 1TB SSD has been reduced by almost £50 at Amazon this Black Friday
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- Crucial P5 Plus CT1000P5PSSD8 1TB, £107.98 (save £49.21), Amazon – buy here
With just 667GB of free storage, that’s not a lot of space — especially given the size of next-gen games.
So getting a whopping 1TB SSD for just over £100 makes for an incredibly affordable upgrade.
The 1TB Crucial P5 Plus usually retails for £157 but Amazon’s 31% discount means you can pick it up for just £107.98.
It might not be the most glamourous item on your Black Friday wishlist, that’s for sure.
But smart gamers who want to up the storage on their hardware will pounce on this PS5 SSD while it’s on offer.
It meets all of Sony’s internal SSD requirements, and runs at 6600 MB/s — that’s well above the manufacturer’s recommended speed of 5500MB/s.
We’re actually calling this one of the best Black Friday gaming deals available right now.
If you really want to go full guns on your storage, you can buy the discounted 2TB Crucial P5 Plus which is down from £320.39 to £251.98.
While expanding your PS5’s storage isn’t as simple as with the Xbox Series X, it’s still fairly straight forward.
You can check out our guide on how to install a PS5 SSD here.
If you’re looking for a great PS5 exclusive to showcase your new console’s capabilities Tesco, Clubcard holders can get Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart for just £25.
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For more offers besides SSD deals, you can head to our PS5 gaming deals page.
In other gaming deal news, we saw the Nintendo Switch drop to one of its lowest ever prices in a discount at Morrisons.
And don’t miss our pick of the best Nintendo Switch deals.
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