Black Friday: the HTC Vive VR headset can be yours for $699
VR is the hottest technology trend at the moment, but very few people can actually afford to buy VR devices. The price tag for VR headsets is pretty high, but if you really want to purchase one of these state-of-the-art pieces of hardware, now is the time to act.
HTC announced that fans can buy the impressive Vive VR headset for $699 on Black Friday. The regular price tag for this device is $799, and we’re sure the $100 discount will convince many people to purchase it.
If you’re still undecided, take into account the fact that the offer is valid while supplies last and not during just for Black Friday.
To get your jump on Virtual Reality this season, on both Black Friday and Cyber Monday, wherever Vive is sold, purchasers can receive $100 off their Vive purchase (while supplies last). In addition, Vive owners can build up their VR library with some of the most popular titles with big discounts through HTC’s Viveport app store, with bundle deals, an in-store cash back offer, and a 50% off sale running through the weekend.
The good news doesn’t end here because HTC is offering big savings for popular VR apps, such as Soundstage, Arcade Artist, and Lumen. Viveport, HTC Vive’s VR store, is also offering 50% discounts on the more than 20 VR games. To check out the full list of titles, go to this HTC blog post.
The HTC Vive is currently the most expensive VR headset, even with the $100 discount Sony’s PlayStation VR and the Oculus Rift are cheaper.
Are you planning to buy the HTC Vive on Black Friday?
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