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Don't Miss Your Chance to Snag This Meta Quest 2 Bundle for $50 Off

You can still grab our favorite VR headset for 2022, plus two top-rated games, for $350 on this limited-time deal.

Oculus Quest 2 VR
The Quest 2 headset, ready for VR action.
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Cyber Monday has officially passed us by, and while many of the sales are winding down, there's still one great deal you can take advantage of. Even with the $100 price jump we saw earlier this year, the Meta Quest 2 remains our overall favorite VR headset for 2022, and right now tons of retailers are offering a chance to snag one, and two top-rated games, for $350. That's $50 less than the headset typically sells for on its own. 

The special bundle, originally offered on Black Friday, is still available. According to Meta, it'll be offered "while supplies last." Even though the Quest 2 is two years old, this is the best VR offer currently available, and well worth it for anyone interested in VR gaming.

It's worth noting that Meta will release the new Quest 3 next year, likely with better features at a similar price, which is the one reason you might want to hold back. Also, the PlayStation VR 2 (which requires a PlayStation 5) arrives in February. Even so, the chance to snag a Quest 2 at this price, with Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4  -- two of the best games available -- included for free is a hard deal to pass up.

If you want even more storage, the 256GB version of the Quest 2 with these games is $430, which is $70 less than the 256GB model normally costs. Most people won't need the extra storage, but it can be helpful for anyone who's planning on owning a ton of apps. (For obvious reasons, we recommend saving your money and not buying the $1,500 Quest Pro.)

Meta is also offering a few deals on VR titles so you can starting building your library right away:

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