With such a high entry price, decent PC-based virtual reality isn't very widespread. But the sales days are always ripe with opportunity to reduce the amount you have to spend, and HTC's Vive headset has one such deal
While it's not really money off the headset, seeing as how it's still £599, the Black Friday bundle does come with £150 worth of accessories thrown in at no extra cost. So you get all the usual bits thrown in with the headset (controllers, sensors, cables, etc) alongside Doom VFR, Fallout 4 VR, Google's tilt Brush, a Vive Deluxe audio strap, and a free month's subscription to Viveport.
The games are obvious bundles, and you can play two of Bethesda's best recent games optimised for virtual reality. Viveport is also a good addition since it lets offers unlimited access to 50 VR titles - though you're only allowed to pick five each month. That means you have more to play with, should you get bored of blasting demons on Mars and battling synths in the Commonwealth.
The audio strap is a much bigger deal, however, since it adds some much-needed 3D audio to the Vive headset. It also adds more support for the headset to ensure it actually stays on comfortably, which is always very helpful.