With virtual reality systems like HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR being the latest cool gaming gear around, it's not surprising that consumers haven't been offered a ton of Black Friday 2016 bargains. But some deals have started to trickle out.\nHTC itself has announced Black Friday and Cyber Monday promotions, offering $100 off Vive hardware platforms, which usually start at $800. HTC Vive provides an immersive full-room VR experience, as you don goggles and hold a couple of controllers to navigate your way undersea, through space or through other worlds.\nMORE: \nHTC is also offering breaks on VR non-game apps through its online store, with bundle deals, in-store cash back offers and 50% off some of its titles.\u00a0\nThe deals are available online as well as in stores via retailers such as Amazon.com, GameStop, Microsoft, Newegg, Micro-center and Fry's.\nMicrosoft has been touting (starting on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24) $100 gift codes with the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, which usually starts at $600 (keep in mind you need a good gaming PC to use Oculus Rift).\nThe HTC Black Friday\/Cyber Monday deals start at 11:59pm PST on Nov. 24 and run through Nov. 28.\nBEYOND VIVE\nThe gaming bundles that most retailers are really pushing this holiday season are for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 Slim, which can generally be had for $250, which is $50 off the regular price of the console, a controller and a game. Some deals are better than others, with extra games, controllers or gift cards thrown in, as you can see here.\nIf you're really looking to get a taste of VR for less, you also have a few other options. You can snag Gear VR goggles from Samsung bundled with smartphones this holiday season (or Samsung itself will sell you the 1-pound headset for seeing things in 360 degrees\u00a0for $70 instead of the usual $100). Bundled deals include:\u00a0\nBest Buy: Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge bundled with VR kit\nBest Buy will sweeten the purchase of a new Android phone, which costs about $28 per month for 24 months under an installment plan, by tossing in a $250 store gift card PLUS A Samsung Gear VR viewer.\nTarget: Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge\nLike Best Buy, Target is offering a $250 store gift card, plus a Samsung Gear VR headset. In addition, Target includes a $50 Oculus content pack to supplement the VR headset.\u00a0\nAlso, numerous retailers have real cheap VR goggles (i.e.,\u00a0JCPenney is offering the Tzumi Dream Vision Virtual Reality Headset for half price at $10 and Michael's is selling the\u00a0Sharper Image Virtual Reality viewer for $20 instead of the usual $50).