Last chance to get free £50 Amazon gift card with Oculus Quest 2

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Amazon is bundling in a free £50 gift card with the all-in-one Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality headset. This free gift card is included with the 128GB model priced at £299, as well as the 256GB version that’s available for £399. If you like the sound of this deal then you better not delay heading to the Amazon order page, as the promotion ends on Tuesday November 30.

Amazon customers that purchase an Oculus Quest 2 during the promotional period (November 22 to 30) will receive a voucher code worth £50.

This can then be used to get money off items shipped and sold by Amazon between now and January 14 2022.

There is one additional condition in the Ts and Cs that needs to be pointed out as well.

This voucher code can’t be used to get money off digital purchases or books at Amazon.

Still, there’s plenty of product categories available that you will be able to use your voucher on.

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If you forget about this approaching deadline, or get caught up in other things and aren’t able to place an order before the deal runs out then fret not.

That’s because the official Oculus website is running a similar deal right now.

With purchases of the Oculus Quest 2 headset you’ll receive £50 worth of store credit entirely for free.

This will give you more than enough money to purchase a game to play on your shiny new VR headset, and have a little bit left over to spare.

The recently released Resident Evil 4 VR – which is exclusive to the Oculus Quest 2 – is priced at £29.99 on the Oculus Store.

This will give you almost enough credit to cover the purchase of Beat Sabre, a brilliant VR rhythm game which is priced at £22.99.

Unlike other virtual reality headsets, the Oculus Quest 2 is a standalone VR headset which doesn’t need an accompanying console or PC to work.

You’ll just need to download the free Oculus app onto your smartphone, and log in with a Facebook account.

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