200GB Switch Memory Card for $25, Gloomhaven for Under $100, SteelSeries Arctis 7 Wireless Headset for $61, 1-Year of Playstation Plus for $43, and More.
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“Minor cosmetic imperfection on top, front or sides of item. Accessories may have cosmetic damage. Item will come in original packaging. Packaging will be damaged.” Thanks to the extra 20% off savings, it’s cheaper to buy an excellent condition prewoned Switch here than at Gamestop and definitely safer than buying one off Craigslist. Amazon Warehouse items still get your standard 30-day return policy.
Make sure you select “Amazon Warehouse” as your vendor.
Use code “50OFF699”
This laptop has outstanding specs for the price. In addition to an 8th generation Intel Core i7 6-core processor and GeForce GTX 1060 video card with the full 6GB of VRAM, you also get a beautiful 15″ 1080p IPS panel display, a whopping 16GB of memory, and a spacious 512GB SSD.
Save 16% off the regular price of $299. If you want a complete upper body workout with minimal equipment, free weights are an excellent choice. The space-saving SelectTech dumbells are a single pair of dumbbells that can be easily adjusted from 5lbs all the way up to 52lbs.
The best Nintendo Switch deal of 2019 is back, plus the selection of games has changed to include the best non-Mario titles as well as the Mario ones. Choose between a neon or gray Switch along with one of five games (Super Mario Odyssey, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Super Mario Party, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, or Splatoon 2), an exclusive Mario Pin, and a card reader all for only $329.99. This deal won’t last long.
The price of this bundle has dropped an additional $30 today, which means that you’re getting the Nintendo Switch console with Starlink Starter Pack (including the game), and your choice of Starlink Accessory for a few dollars cheaper than getting the Switch by itself. The Switch version of Starlink includes the Starfox character as well as the iconic Arwing starfighter, the closest thing you’ll get to playing a Starfox game on the Switch.
This is one of very few themed Switch consoles (if you don’t count the ones that are “themed” with different colored Joy-Cons). It’s been sold out for most of the time since it was released late last year, but inventory has been replenished today. The bundle includes the Switch with yellow and gold Joy-Cons as well as a custom designed back and dock, a copy of Pokemon: Let’s Go! and the Poke Ball Plus. There’s no upcharge compared to buying this bundle separately, and you won’t get this design any other way.
At this price, the 200GB memory card for your Nintendo Switch is the best bang for you buck. There’s a 256GB model out there for $39.99 and a 128GB model for $19.99, both of which you’d be paying 15.6 cents per gigabyte. Do the math and you’ll see that you’re paying 12.5 cents per gigabyte for the 200GB model, which is probably more than enough storage for most gamers.
This TV is one of the best rated entry level TVs among professional reviews and users alike. It’s a 4K TV with solid image quality and has Roku cooked right in. It’s available now for $500 shipped.
Gloomhaven dominated BoardGameGeek’s top ranked board game chart for all of 2018 and even today it is still holding strong at #1 with a nearly 9/10 average user score. The 20-pound packed-to-the-brim box should be enough to tell you this game is serious. This is a single-player or cooperative story driven board game that can easily cost you 100 hours or more of your time. Even at its retail price of $140 no one who owns it would deny that it’s well worth the cost, but for the first time you can get it for under $100.
Wow, paying $61.18 for a Arctis 7 headphones is an insane price, considering the headphones normally sell for $150 new. This is IGN Deals’ best selling gaming headset and for good reason. We rated it a 9.8/10 here at IGN and I wholeheartedly agree. In fact, I think this is the best headset you can get at this price range. The 2019 edition improves upon the older model with thicker ear cushions, redesigned headband to fit larger heads, redesigned on-ear controls, more bass output, and the inclusion of DTS Headphone:X v2.0 for better sound.
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This is the new generation controller with better build quality, longer range, and built-in Bluetooth for compatibility with (Bluetooth-equipped) PCs. Normally it sells for $59.99, but today it’s dropped down to the cheaper-than-Black-Friday price of $36.94.
Simplisafe is home security for dummies. There’s no contract, no tools need for installation, and no technical expertise required. Packages start at $99 (with discount) and includes video surveillance and 24/7 alarm monitoring. You can upgrade to tiers that offer motion, door, window, fire, and leak detection sensors, doorbell and front door monitoring, upgraded siren, and more. You’ll even have the option to monitor your house remotely from anywhere in the world or have Simplisafe filter out false alarms by manually checking video surveillance before contacting police. If you’ve tried it and decide it’s not for you, there is a great 60-day money back guarantee.
This deal is even less expensive per month than buying the 12-month membership for $59.99. In addition to being able to play multiplayer games like Fortnite, PUBG, Sea of Thieves, Forza Horizon 4, Overwatch, and more, Xbox Live Gold gives you free games every month and weekly discounts on video games at the Xbox store. Once you buy the 3 month membership, the additional 3 months should automatically be added to your account.
The Apple Watch Series 3 is back at the lowest price it has ever been. If you don’t need the ECG or other medical capabilities of the Series 4, you’ll be saving $200 by going just one generation back. The Series 3 features an aluminum case that’s waterproof up to 50 meters, built-in heart rate monitor, GPS, and its small, sleek, and looks almost identical to the Series 4.
Dell has kicked off this week with a selection of 13 Vizio, Sony, Samsung, and LG TVs. They’ve discounted several well-rated current model TVs the way they always do – with a 90-day gift card that can be used on practically anything at Dell.com, including consoles, monitors, VR headsets, games, video cards, computers, and more.
4K Smart HDTVs:
Premium 4K Smart HDTVs with True HDR:
Use code “PSPSAVE”
First things first, you must create a (free) StackSocial account in order to use this coupon code. PS Plus membership discounts only happen a few times a year so grab this deal when you can. This membership gives lets you play games online, plus you’ll get the best discounts at the Playstation Store, as well as new free games every month. This month, for example, gives you two great PS4 games: Conan Exile and The Surge.
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Education isn’t cheap – and it’s usually very expensive – so don’t pass on this chance to get some accredited instruction for a really low price. Udemy courses run from $100-$200, but there’s always a hidden sale that drops the price substantially, usually $10-$15. $9.99 is the lowest price I ever see. Udemy is one of the largest online course sites in the world, and there are tons of courses on relevant topics like computer programming, game design and development, tutorials on Photoshop, Maya, Premiere, and more.
Dell is offering the lowest price for the Playstation Classic, and even throws in free shipping to boot. This is an even better deal for people who have Dell eGift Cards they need to burn. The system includes 20 pre-loaded games including Final Fantasy VII, Revelations: Persona, Metal Gear Solid, Grand Theft Auto, and much more. Some people may have turned their noses up to the original $100 price tag, but at 62% off who’s complaining?
The Sega Genesis Mini is now up for preorder with a slated release date of September 19. 40 games will be pre-loaded onto the console. The 10 we know of at the moment are:
- Ecco the Dolphin
- Castlevania: Bloodlines
- Space Harrier 2
- Shining Force
- Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine
- Toe Jam & Earl
- Comix Zone
- Sonic the Hedgehog
- Altered Beast
- Gunstar Heroes
All reports indicate that Sega is going to do this release right. According to our own Seth Macy, “if you have emulation worries, Sega has M2 working on the emulation for its mini console. If you’re unfamiliar with M2, it handled the excellent Sega Ages Collections and also the delightful Sega 3D Classic collections for Nintendo 3DS. It would be hard to find a developer with a better pedigree to handle the software for the first-party Sega Genesis Mini.“
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