I went shopping on Black Friday once, and it was such a complete nightmarish hellscape I would never even consider doing it again. There's nothing out there that I want badly enough to risk my life to get it that cheap. Which is why online Black Friday deals are so much better. You can take advantage of the discounts, and you don't even have to put on pants!
Sony is offering three PlayStation Vita bundles for just $199 each. There's one for Assassin's Creed II: Liberation, one for Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified, and one for LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes. All three bundles include a Wi-Fi PS Vita (while for ACIII: Liberation, black for the other two), the specific game, and a 4GB memory card (except for the LEGO Batman 2 bundle there's no included memory card with that one for some reason...). That's a fine deal, and I've been intrigued by AC III: Liberation. But is it enough to get me to drop a couple hundred on a Vita at long last? I'm not sure. The library isn't compelling enough for me yet. But hey, that's just me. This may be just the deal you were waiting for. You can click here to find the links to each of the bundles in the Sony online store.
They're also offering a PlayStation 3 deal, also at $199. For that money, you get a 250GB PS3 system, a 30 day PlayStation Plus trial, Uncharted Dual Pack and inFAMOUS collection.
In the fine print, it does say to check local retailers for pricing an availability, but why venture out into a store full of crazed bargain hunters when you can just buy it online?