Save on Nintendo Switch’s latest game, Arms
E3 brings not only the announcement of new games, hardware, and accessories, but great sales on older products, like name-brand hardware featured in Amazon’s E3 sale, Samsung Gaming Monitors, and Xbox One S discounts. Another highlight includes savings on Nintendo Switch’s latest game, Arms, which just came out yesterday.
There’s a lot of great deals to look at this week, so let’s get right to it.
Hardware & Accessories
- Amazon E3 sale, ending tonight at 11:59PM ET: Use code 20OFFE3 at checkout to score 20 percent off name-brand hardware and accessories.
- Samsung Gaming Monitor E3 sale, ending tonight: $50 off select monitors with code SAVE50E3.
- Microsoft Xbox One S discounts, ending tomorrow: Select 500GB bundles are $249 and 1TB bundles are $299. Get the discounted bundles on Microsoft, Amazon, GameStop, and B&H, to name a few retailers. Walmart has a great 500GB bundle for $249 which includes an extra wireless controller, and you can pick between Battlefield 1 Special Edition or Minecraft. Newegg is offering an extra 15 percent off select consoles with code EMCRGBG33 until June 22.
- Amazon’s exclusive Xbox Ghost Recon Wildlands bundle: For $249, this includes the Xbox One S 500GB Console, Xbox Wireless Controller, full digital game download of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Gold Edition, $10 digital Amazon Music Unlimited code, and $10 digital Amazon Video code.
- Sony DualShock 4 Wireless Controllers (PS4): These are on sale in multiple colors for $39 on Amazon.
- Nyko MiniBoss for NES Classic Edition: The price just dropped to $9.99 on Amazon a few days ago.
- Nintendo 3DS XL Harry Potter Blast from the Past Bundle: If you don’t mind refurbished, GameStop has this bundle on sale for $169.99.
- Nintendo Switch Gray Joy-Con Zelda Pro Bundle: While this isn’t a deal, it’s worth mentioning that GameStop has new Switch bundles, shipping June 30.
- Arms for Nintendo Switch: Just released yesterday, get it for $48 with Amazon Prime and also save 20 percent at Best Buy if you’re a GCU member.
- Newegg games (and accessories) sale, ending June 22: 15 percent off select Xbox digital games with code EMCRGBG43 and 40 percent off select games and accessories with code EMCRGBG34.
- For Honor: Get it at Amazon for $30 for PS4.
- Mafia 3: Marked down to $24.99 on Amazon for PS4 and Xbox One.
- BioShock The Collection: $10 off on GameStop for PS4 and Xbox One, bringing the price to $29.99.
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 Gold Edition: $15 off on GameStop, bringing the price down to $44.99.
- Titanfall 2: Get it for $20 off at GameStop for PS4 and Xbox One.
- Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection: $20 off at GameStop, now priced at $29.99 for PS4.
- Resident Evil 7: Biohazard: Back down to $39.99 for Prime members on Amazon for PS4 and Xbox One.
- Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 Season Pass Edition: Just dropped to $39 on Amazon for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
- Mass Effect Andromeda: Now available to Amazon Prime members for $29.96 for Xbox One.
- Watch Dogs 2: Marked down to $24.99 on Amazon for PS4 and Xbox One.
- Chess: The Legend Of Zelda Collector’s Edition Board Game: Now $15 off on Amazon, bringing the price down to $60.
- Super Mario Bros Collector’s Edition Monopoly: Perhaps the best edition of Monopoly is marked down to $32 on GameStop.
- The first two Star Wars Trilogies: Now $30 on Amazon for Blu-ray, saving you about five bucks.
- Nintendo Figuarts Super Mario Figure: Now $16.79 on GameStop, saving you about $4.
- Logan Blu-ray: The newly released movie is already down to $12 on Amazon.
Looking for tech deals? Check out The Verge’s roundup here.
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