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Current Price Of PS4 In Nigeria

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Looking for the price of PS4 in Nigeria? Then we have got you covered. In this article, you will find out the current price of the PlayStation 4 in Nigeria for both used and brand new models.

Most Nigerian youths love gaming and one of the major gaming consoles used in the country is the Playstation console which is owned and managed by Sony Interactive Entertainment Limited. While some females don’t believe that gaming is actually a “thing”, the males love gaming and are ready to pay to play good games.

Modern PlayStations consoles like the PlayStation 4 are actually awesome to use with many features like HD graphics, advanced video & audio qualities, an awesome control system(gamepad), and others.

On the PlayStation 4, you can play almost any game you can think of, just name it.

Some popular games which are compatible with the PlayStation 4 are PES 22 (and all other compatible versions), FIFA 22, PUBG, God of War, Fortnite, GTA 5, Need For Speed (NFS), and a wide variety of other games you can choose from.

The PlayStation 4 also comes with some other features like the new wireless controller which was not available in the other versions of the PlayStation and DualShock 4 which is a gaming pad that comes with a vibrator that can take your gaming experience to the next level.

Without wasting more time, let’s take a look at the price of ps4 in Nigeria right now and the best places (offline and online) where you can get one.

Price Of New PS4 In Nigeria

The PlayStation 4 (PS4) is widely accepted by most gamers in Nigeria because many enticing features that Sony offers with this new version of the PlayStation.

The PlayStation 4 is not as cheap as the older versions of this game console and this is why many Nigerian gamers are still stuck with these older versions of the Playstation like the PS2 and PS3.

Even though this PlayStation is not too pocket-friendly to an average gamer in Nigeria, it still offers value for your money because of the newer features which it comes which can change the face of your gaming lifestyle.

Currently, the PlayStation 4 is available in different versions at various stores in Nigeria. These versions are the PS4 Pro with 1 Terabyte(TB) of storage space and the PS4 Slim (500GB or 1TB of storage space).

Below are the current prices of PS4 in Nigeria.

Please note that these prices may differ slightly from the prices you may see on different offline and online stores as a seller can sell at any price he/she wants but it might be between the price range listed below.

  • The PlayStation 4 Pro (1 Terabyte [TB] version only) can be gotten between the range of 240,000 Naira and 270,000 Naira in Nigeria.
  • While the PlayStation 4 Slim (500 Gigabyte [GB] or 1 Terabyte [TB] version) can be gotten between the range of 180,000 Naira and 240,000 Naira in Nigeria.

Used PS4 Price In Nigeria (Updated)

There is no doubt that the price of a PS4 in Nigeria might be too costly for you if you’re on a tight budget.

The good news is that you can actually get this gaming console from someone who currently has it and is willing to sell it at a reduced price as a used device or second hand as most Nigerians will say.

A fairly used PlayStation 4 is readily available anywhere in Nigeria. You can choose to buy from a friend or a “Second Hand PlayStation” dealer.

You can also choose to buy online from other countries via shopping websites like eBay or OLX and JiJi and Nairaland Technology Market if you want to buy from Nigerian sellers.

Any way you choose to get a used PlayStation 4, it’s still cheaper than getting a new one.

If the Second-hand PS4 pad is still in good and optimal working condition, then it can and will still serve you as if you’re using a new one.

NOTE – Be careful and always check thoroughly when buying a used PlayStation 4 in Nigeria or anywhere. YOU CAN BE SCAMMED.

The current prices of the different versions of fairly used PS4 are listed below.

Foreign Used PlayStation 4 prices in Nigeria

  • The current price of foreign fairly used PlayStation 4 Pro (1 Terabyte [TB] version only) is between the range of 180,000 Naira and 210,000 Naira in Nigeria.
  • The current price of foreign fairly used PlayStation 4 Slim (500 Gigabyte [GB] or 1 Terabyte [TB] version) can be gotten between the range of 160,000 Naira and 190,000 Naira in Nigeria.

Locally Used PlayStation 4 prices in Nigeria

  • The current price of a Nigeria-used PlayStation 4 Pro (1 Terabyte [TB] version only) is between the range of 160,000 Naira and 180,000 Naira in Nigeria.
  • The current price of Nigeria-used PlayStation 4 Slim (500 Gigabyte [GB] or 1 Terabyte [TB] version) is between the range of 100,000 Naira and 140,000 Naira in Nigeria.

PlayStation 4 Specifications (Know What You’re Buying)

General Features

  • Processor: 1.6GHz / 2.1GHz 8-core x86 64-bit Processor
  • GPU: 1.84 / 4.20 TFLOPS, AMD Radeon Graphics
  • Colour(s): Black
  • Memory: 8GB GDDR5 RAM + 1GB of Virtual RAM
  • Weight: 3.3 kg (Sony PS4 Pro), 2.1 kg (Sony PS4 Slim)
  • Dimension: 32.7 x 29.5 x 5.5 cm (Sony PS4 Pro), 28.8 x 26.5 x 3.9 cm (Sony PS4 Slim)


  • Built-in Storage: 500GB HDD or 1TB HDD depending on the type you buy. This can also be replaced.
  • Optical Storage: DVD/Blu-Ray Player


  • Available ports on the PlayStation 4 include USB Port, HDMI port, Ethernet (RJ-45) port, and the Headphone Jack.
  • Other means of connectivity on the PlayStation 4 includes Bluetooth, WLAN(WiFi), and digital output.
  • It also comes with an inbuilt microphone.

PlayStation 4 In Nigeria: Pros

  • It’s one of the most powerful next-gen consoles we have in the world today.
  • You can play any game you like on this console, you just name it!
  • Better graphics than its predecessors(PS3 and PS2)
  • It comes with the best gamepad that has ever been produced by Sony(makers of all PlayStations)
  • You can record your gameplay and share it as an mp4 file anywhere
  • Awesome user interface and easy-to-use controls

PlayStation 4 In Nigeria: Cons

  • The price of PS4 in Nigeria is not budget-friendly for an average Nigerian gamer
  • The gamepad requires frequent charging as the overall battery quality is low.

PS4 Pad Price In Nigeria: How Much Does It Cost?

Price of PS4 pad in Nigeria

A PS4 console is pretty useless without gamepads and that’s why we’ve also decided to share the prices of PS4 pads in Nigeria for both new and used ones.

As we all know, a gaming pad (the PS4 pad in this context) is used to play games and give commands to any gaming console, so they are pretty necessary for any gaming setup.

Below are the prices of PS4 pads in various Nigerian online stores.

Price of New PS4 Pads On Jumia

  • Camo Color – ₦12,000 – ₦14,000.
  • White Color – ₦10,000
  • Black Color – ₦13,000 – ₦14,500
  • Red Color – ₦14,000 – ₦15,000

Note: Some PS4 pads (especially the camouflaged ones) can sell as high as ₦20,000. Buying strictly depends on your budget.

Price of New PS4 Pads On Konga

You can get a new PS4 pad on Konga from 10,000 – 16,000 Nigerian Naira.

Price Of Used PS4 Pads In Nigeria

There is no fixed price for a used PS4 pad because the prices of used pads depend on the condition of the device and the seller.

Generally, you can get a fairly used PS4 pad at around 6,000 – 8,500 Naira in Nigeria.

Wrapping Up

And that will be it for this article. We have shown you an updated price of the PlayStation 4 console in Nigeria including the price of new and used PS4 models in the country.

There are two types of PS4 consoles – the PlayStation 4 Pro and the PlayStation 4 Slim. The pro model offers better performance than the Slim model and it is more expensive for both new and used models.

If you wanted to know the price of PS4 in Naira, then we hope you found this article helpful. The pricing estimates outlined in this article are updated monthly so you can expect something of that range when you want to buy a ps4 in any of the popular Nigerian markets both online and offline.

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