After Oculus’ big Black Friday sale, which saw Rift & Touch temporarily cut from its regular price of $400 to $350, Oculus now says they’re permanently dropping the price of the bundle to just $350.
We expect to see the new permanent price come to the Oculus Store shortly, although all official retailers in the US now show the new $350 price. In the US, this includes Amazon, Best Buy, New Egg, Microsoft Store, and Micro Center.
An Oculus spokesperson confirmed with us that the bundle will be priced at $350 USD, and “equivalent across all countries where we currently sell. You’ll see prices update to reflect this across regions and channels over the next week or so.”
Rift + Touch got its first big price cut at Oculus Connect 4 back in 2017, bringing it from $500 to $400.
The package includes the Rift headset, two sensors, two Touch controllers and six free pieces of VR content: Robo Recall, Luckyʼs Tale, Quill, Medium, Dead and Buried, and Toybox.
This widens the margin even greater between Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, with the original Vive still priced at $500.
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