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Since we’ll all be staying at home for the foreseeable future, a new gaming laptop or Nintendo Switch might be just the thing to keep you occupied. If you’ve worn out your video game collection while in quarantine or have been considering an upgrade to a new console, you may be on the hunt for the best video game deals, and right now, there are plenty of savings to be had on top-rated games, consoles, and accessories.
To help you find them all in one place, we’ve rounded up the best deals on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch, as well as gaming laptops, headsets, and more below: Target, for instance buy two get one free deal on select video games. Keep reading to shop our top picks!
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1. Save big: Gaming laptops, headsets, and monitors
Right now, you can snag some of our favorite gaming laptops for less, including the best gaming laptop we’ve tested, the Dell Alienware M15. It features a full HD display, an ultra-long battery life, an i7-8750H processor, and 16GB of RAM. Once $1,799, you can now save $500 at Microsoft where it’s going for just $1,299.
Microsoft didn’t stop with the savings there, however—you can also snag one of the best gaming headsets around for $20 cheaper than usual, the HyperX Cloud II. We named this headset our “best value” pick for their comfortable fit, durable, aluminum body, and impressive audio quality, recommending them for PS4 gamers, as well.
If you’re looking to fully upgrade your gaming experience, you can also snag a great deals on our favorite gaming monitor, the Asus ROG Strix XG32VQ, which can be found cheaper at B&H Photo than anywhere else online currently. We loved its curved screen and higher-than-average resolution, which provided for truly immersive viewing. While it normally tops the $600 mark, B&H Photo is selling it for just $429.
2. More than 50% off: This popular gaming chair
To completely outfit your space for gaming, you can also add one of Wayfair’s most popular gaming chairs, the Respawn PC & Racing Game Chair, to your cart for less that normal. With a 4.7-star rating out of nearly 1,000 reviews, customers praise its high-quality bonded leather, sturdy footrest, and easy assembly, and right now it’s on sale for more than half off its original $350 price.
3. Up to $100 off: Xbox bundles
If you’re searching for Xbox deals, Microsoft is the place to find them thanks to the just-launched Spring sale, which includes savings on X-Box One consoles, plus a huge selection of popular games. Through April 13, you’ll find discounts of up to $100 on bundles like the Xbox One X Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, NBA 2K20 Special Edition, and Forza Horizon 4 LEGO Speed Champions, all of which include the 4K-compatible Xbox One X 1TB console and an Xbox Wireless Controller.
For those looking to play online multiplayer games while social distancing, Microsoft is also offering new subscribers an Xbox GamePass Ultimate One-Month Subscription (normally $15/month) for just $1. For those that are unfamiliar, Game Pass Ultimate is a combination of Xbox Live Gold—Microsoft’s online gaming subscription service with Game Pass—which gives you access to more than 100 Xbox and PC games. To sign up for Gamepass Ultimate, you’ll also need an Xbox Live Gold pass, which you can currently save 50% on when you purchase a yearly subscription.
If new games are what you’re after, be sure to check out Microsoft’s Xbox games specials, with the best-sellers listed below.
4. Plenty of markdowns: Nintendo Switch games and accessories
While deals on the Nintendo Switch are incredibly hard to come by, you can still save on Switch games and accessories. Nintendo’s Spring 2020 eShop sale just arrived for instance, with more than 700 discounted Switch games, including ever-popular titles such as Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy, Spyro Reignited Trilogy, and many more. You can find all these deals by heading over to the Nintendo Sales and Deals section of the official Nintendo website, or by checking out the UK Nintendo eShop.
If you’re looking for a bit more storage for your Nintendo Switch, B&H Photo has a SanDisk 128GB Memory Card on sale for $28 (down from $35). For Switch Lite owners, you can also save $7.50 on this Ergonomic Grip Case from Best Buy.
5. Score deep discounts: PS4 products
Whether you’re in the market to upgrade your old PlayStation or just hunting for discounted games for your current console, you’ve come to the right place. For starters, you can save $30 on the PS4 Slim from Walmart. This machine replaced the original PS4 with its thinner, sleeker form and comes with a storage capacity of 500 GB. The box retailer is also offering gamers the PS4 Pro for $359, which is $40 cheaper than its $400 retail price. The Pro console gives you full access to 4K HDR gaming, which allows for ultra-high resolution visuals, vibrant, lifelike colors and super fast performance without any lag.
If you’re looking for a bundle deal, Walmart currently has a Playstation 4 1TB bundle with Ratchet and Clank, Nathan Drake and God of War games for just $330, down from $380. You can also save $10 on a PS4 Slim 1TB with Marvel’s Spider-Man Bundle.
Over on eBay, you can score a 12-month subscription to Playstation Plus subscription, Sony’s online gaming subscription service, which allows you to play multiplayer games online and gives you access to 100GB of online storage to upload saved games to the cloud. You’ll also get member-only discounts and more. While a yearly membership typically costs $60, reputable seller NeoGames has it on sale for $37.50. According to reviewers, you’ll receive a redeemable code via email, which can be entered in the PlayStation Store.
Additionally, Sony is also hosting a Spring sale through April 28 full of discounts on more than 600 PS4 games, with some of the most popular titles listed below.
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.
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