So far we haven’t seen any discount on the PlayStation 5 console from an authorized reseller. That means any discount is worth mentioning, even if it requires a little bit extra legwork. Today, Newegg is offering 10% off the PS5 Disc Edition God of War: Ragnarok console bundle, or $503.99, after applying code: ZIPPIDY10 and checking out with Zip.
Zip is a payment platform that divides your payment into four equal interest-free installments, with the first installment due at purchase. You don’t need to sign up for anything beforehand… it’s all done during checkout. If you want to, you can pay off your installments early as well. Read more about Zip here.
10% Off PS5 God of War: Ragnarok Console Bundle
Use code: “ZIPPIDY10” and Zip Checkout
The PS5 Disc Edition features a disc player that can play 4K Blu-ray movies as well as physical game media. It comes preload with Astro’s Playroom (an excellent platformer) as well as God of War: Ragnarok. God of War is a must-own title and to purchase it separately would run your $70. If you need more convincing, check out our 10/10 review.
Newegg is an authorized Sony reseller and you will be getting the full 1 year warranty.
Want to upgrade your PS5 storage? Here are the cheapest options:
This is definitely the best price we’ve seen for a PS5-compatible 1TB SSD. A PS5 “compatible” SSD is a PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 solid state drive with a rated 5,500MB/s read speed to match the PS5’s internal drive. That means, for better or for worse, picking a top-shelf SSD. Note that Sony recommends a heatsink attached to your SSD. The Acer Predator has a thick graphene thermal pad attached on top. You could probably use it as is but if you want a beefier solution, you can peel off the thermal pad and install your own heatsink (we recommend this one for $10).
Crucial’s newest M.2 SSD meets all the requirements for your PS5 SSD upgrade. It supports transfer speeds of up to 6,660MB/s which is well above the 5,500MB/s minimum threshold. Yes there are faster SSDs out there, but if your intention is to put this in your PS5, then that extra speed is worthless because you’re bottlenecked by the original PS5 SSD. If you’re worried about opening up your PS5 case, don’t worry it’s very easy. Crucial has an official YouTube PS5 SSD install guide to see you through the process.
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Author: Eric Song