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Sony Selling PlayStation 4 Anniversary Edition for £19.94 – Only in London

After yesterday reporting that those beautiful PS4 20th Anniversary Edition consoles had started popping up on Ebay at ridiculously high prices we’ve gotten wind that for a limited time only those willing to travel to London can pick one up for just £19.94. Like 1994, get it? And yes, that’s less than twenty quid!

The PlayStation ’94 Shop will open for business on Bethnal Green, London at 11am on Thursday the 11th and Friday the 12th of November in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the PSOne launch and the PlayStation brand. The shop will be offering gamers in the UK the chance to own one of only 50 PS4 consoles which are limited to 12,300 worldwide and decked out in vintage colours, packed complete with DualShock 4 controller and PS camera.

Also See: PlayStation 4 20th Anniversary Edition Announced

But there are a couple little stipulations to get this unbelievable deal and to prove you’re a true PlayStation fan.

Firstly, Sony requests you take along a piece of PlayStation history, this can be hardware, software, peripheral such as a controller or anything relating to the original PSOne. And Secondly, you must quote the special phrase which is – “I crashed my Bandicoot”. If you don’t bring a retro item and quote the phrase you’ll be out of luck if trying to get the goods and if you do miss out, the console goes on sale online on Monday for the full price and in limited supply with all money made going to charity.

The PlayStation 4 20th Anniversary Edition went on sale last week in the United States costing $399 and soon made its way to online car boot sales such as Ebay courtesy of to third party sellers who demand up to £9,000 for the rare console so this is an opportunity not to be missed if you can make it to the capital today!

Also See: PlayStation 4 20th Anniversary Edition Reaches $15K on Ebay


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