Hurry! This is the only Meta Quest 3 deal you need after Cyber Monday

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As Cyber Monday is now in full swing, we're spotting a great Meta Quest 3 deal at Newegg.

As part of the Cyber Monday deals, you can get a free $15 gift card at Newegg with a Meta Quest 3 (128GB), and a $25 gift card with the Meta Quest 3 (512GB), and get a copy of upcoming game Asgard's Wrath 2 free when it launches.

We only recently reviewed the Meta Quest 3 but it is leaps and bounds beyond its predecessor, the Meta Quest 2 in very real, tangible ways; the resolution is dramatically sharper, there's more storage at launch than the Quest 2 had when it arrived and the internal Snapdragon processor is faster. This makes it one of the best VR headsets.

Newegg is offering the Meta Quest 3 (128GB) at its $499.99 MSRP, but it's also got a couple of free gifts available for those ready to take the plunge.

Meta Quest 3 128GB Asgard's Wrath 2 Bundle now $499.99 at Newegg. 

Meta Quest 3 128GB Asgard's Wrath 2 Bundle now $499.99 at Newegg

Get a free game and a $15 gift voucher for Cyber Monday when you buy the excellent Meta Quest 3 headset which only launched a few short weeks ago.

Meta Quest 3 512GB Asgard's Wrath 2 Bundle now $649.99 at Newegg. 

Meta Quest 3 512GB Asgard's Wrath 2 Bundle now $649.99 at Newegg

Get a free game,$25  gift voucher, and 6-month Meta+ subscription for absolutely nothing when you buy the larger version of the Meta Quest 3.

Aside from a free copy of Asgard's Wrath 2, a game expected to be Quest 3's "killer app" when it launches next month, you'll also get a $15 Meta Quest gift card sent via email, too, which you can use in the on-device store to pick up additional games and apps.

Better yet, that voucher jumps to $25 if you pick up the $649.99 512GB version, and you'll also get 2 free games a month through a free six-month subscription to Meta Quest+.

The Meta Quest 3 comes with everything you need to get going out of the box, including the headset itself and a pair of Meta's latest controllers.

Its secret superpower, however, is that you can plug it into a powerful PC and turn it into a PCVR headset, opening up the likes of critically acclaimed Half-Life: Alyx to play.

It's also backward compatible, so your existing Meta Quest 2 games can all be found ready to go on the new headset, too.

For more on the Meta Quest 3, be sure to check out our full Meta Quest 3 review which we published last week. We've got a full rundown of the best VR headsets, too.

Key Specs: Works standalone, but can be used with a PC via USB-C or wirelessly using Air Link. Resolution of 2064x2208 pixels per eye with 110 degrees field of view and up to 120Hz refresh rate (experimental). Includes two controllers.

Consensus: The Meta Quest 3 is a fantastic headset with a growing number of experiences for users of all experience levels in VR. From walking alongside dinosaurs to skulking in the shadows of Renaissance-era Venice, there's a Meta Quest 3 experience for just about anyone.

Buy if: You want to experience VR without a console or PC, or you're looking for the best way to play Beat Saber.

Don't buy if: You want the most impressive VR headset - the Valve Index and HTC Vive Pro remain some of the best in their field, albeit at a much higher price point.

Alternative models: If you already own a PlayStation 5, PlayStation VR 2 is worth a look, offering impressive exclusives like Horizon: Call of the Mountain. The Meta Quest Pro is also an option, but it's significantly pricier and aimed at VR professionals.

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Lloyd Coombes

Lloyd is a long-time freelancer specializing in computer and gaming tech, with a particular focus on all thing Apple. You'll find him regularly testing the latest iPhone or iPad, and you can also find him writing about video games all over the internet. He also has an interest in virtual reality, which he has written about extensively. He's currently the Editor in Chief at