UPDATE: The visual below, originally posted to OzBargain are reportedly in-store advertisements. However, it conflicts what is advertised in the catalogue – which only shows Watch Dogs 2, Ghost Recon: Wildlands and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare being included –  and it’s being reported they are not honouring the deal below. Fair warning, Target may have made a mistake in the original advertising below.

Target Australia has unleashed the best PlayStation 4 Pro deal to date.

For $559, you’ll get the PlayStation 4 Pro and 4 newly released games. This is a fantastic deal considering the PlayStation 4 Pro retails at $559 by itself. The ad features a PlayStation 4 Slim, but we’ve confirmed with target that it is in-fact a PlayStation 4 Pro being bundled.

The four games included are:

  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare
  • Ghost Recon Wildlands
  • Watch Dogs 2

The deal starts Thursday, April 13th and last until April 26th. It’s only available in-stores and will be dependant on stock.


For those in the market for a regular PlayStation, you can grab a PlayStation 4 with Horizon Zero Dawn and two controllers for $369. Honestly, this is a really good deal too for newcomers to the PlayStation 4 console.


Thanks, OzBargain.

  • BoratSagdiyev

    Are you just ripping these deals off the OzBargain forums and posting them as your own?

    • Steve Rock

      did you even read the article? or the headline for that matter?

  • William Hernandez Jr.

    ps4 pro retails for $399 at Target….Games are $60 each….total not including tax….$659…its a decent deal at $559 saving a hundred bucks…then another 5% with my Red card…..another $28 bucks which covers my sales tax….I may just hop on this train…not too shabby

    • William Hernandez Jr.

      oops sorry though this was USD not AUD.

      • Gary

        damn man you broke my heart with that correction.

  • imagremlin

    Seems this deal is incorrect. The store at Castle Hill offered me only three games (no HZD), which actually matches their catalogue


    • Ewan Roxburgh

      The original images included in this post are of in-store signage, which may have been printed incorrectly in this case. We’ve issued an update to the story above to reflect the catalogue and information you have provided. Thank you!