Promoted Deal: Up to 20% off Ergonomic Chairs and Desks | Branch Furniture
If you’ve been working at home as many maybe you’ve still been putting off how to make the environment as agreeable as possible. As we look to not be headed back to offices anytime soon it’s time to invest in good ergonomic furniture. Branch is here to help with that and more. They aim to save your back, your wallet, and the environment. Starting today take up to 20% off ergonomic chairs and desks in their early Black Friday sale.
Now you ask, how are they helping the planet? For every $100 you spend they’ll plant 5 trees. That’s pretty dang cool. It’s not often we get to shop and help Mother Earth. This is a real mind, body, and soul deal if you ask me. Keeping an eye on our globe and keeping your productivity up. You don’t need to be sitting in an uncomfortable chair or hunched over a makeshift work desk any longer.
Upgrade to Branch’s best selling ergonomic chair for $289 (down from $349). You can pick from 3 colors: white, grey, or black.
I’m a fan of a standing desk and while this one is $779 it works for shorties like me (at 5'3”) all the way to essentially LeBron James. I personally feel much more focused when I’m standing and you definitely get into the grove faster in my opinion. This comes in a sleek woodgrain beige color.
You can bundle these together too because there’s nothing wrong with options when the days are long. This set will run you around $940. But look at it this way, that’s also 45 trees you just helped plant.
Each of these will ship for free and all are easy to assemble.
There aren’t many good reasons to travel right now, but it’s still good to have a bag that’ll keep your laptop safe while you lug it around. It doesn’t have to just be for travel, either; maybe you just wanna roll over to the park for a few hours of writing outside the confines of your quarantined home. Whatever your needs may be, Incase’s EO Roller bag, which works as both a laptop bag and a carry-on suitcase, is down to $50 at Incase and Adorama today. Even if you don’t plan on hopping on a plane anytime soon (which, you know, don’t), you can still carry all you need for a couple of hours away from home.
When you hear the words “gaming laptop,” what do you think of? For me, I see glowing RGB lights under the keys that let everyone around me know exactly what I’m doing. The Acer Nitro 5 is a little more my style, opting for a slick red and black color palette instead. The 15.6" gaming laptop is $799 at Walmart, which is $300 lower than usual, and it definitely packs a punch for its price. For the spec heads, it runs an Intel Core i5, RTX 2060, and has a 144Hz refresh rate. It comes with a 1TB hard drive, which will let you store a fair amount of games on the go. It’s a great entry-level device for anyone looking to dip their toes into the wild world of gaming laptops.
A big TV deserves big savings. Best Buy currently has Samsung’s 82" Class 8 $600 off its usual price. Now down to $1200, this 4K TV has plenty of bells and whistles to justify its size. It’s got two 10W speakers and has a 240 motion rate. The built-in V-chip allows you to easily set parental locks on content so your kids don’t stumble into anything. Then there’s the smart features, because of course it’s a smart TV. Streaming apps are integrated into it and you can control the TV. All in all, there’s quite a lot this bad boy can do, making it a solid all-in-one option. Just make sure you can fit it in your entertainment center.
You may have an iPad or another smart-device to use while you’re in bed, trying to fall asleep as you watch YouTube. However, it may be a great New Years resolution to look at buying something that only does one thing, and does it well.
This is where the Kindle Paperwhite comes in, where its backlit 300ppi e-ink display can easily load up a book and get you into a routine in bed, without being distracted by notifications or video.
If you also want to read it in the bath, then that won’t be a problem as its waterproof, all the while on a single charge of six weeks. It’s $45 off the list price right now at Amazon.
You may use headphones day-to-day that just don’t fit for when you’re jogging or doing weights; you want something that’s tailor-made for these tasks without worrying if they’ll fall off.
This is where the Jaybird Tarah Headphones come in, which are sweat and waterproof for those rainy-day runs, alongside a six-hour battery lifespan.
They also have a remote control attached, which makes it so much easier for controlling your music or even phone calls as you’re jogging away, without having to reach for your phone or your fitness watch.
At $70 off the normal price, they’re ideal headphones to use just for exercise, so you can use your expensive headphones for everything else.
Now that you’ve stocked up on games from Black Friday sales on Steam, EGS, Origin, Uplay, and the like, you need to start thinking about expanding your storage. And while SSDs aren’t sexy, it is necessary to own one—and one with ample capacity for all your favorites. With some terribly optimized games like Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War taking up upwards of 100GB on your fastest drive, investing in an SSD with, say, four whole terabytes of space isn’t as bold an ask as it was just a few years ago, nor is it as prohibitively expensive as it once was.
The RGB-ified Spectrix RGB gaming SSD from ADATA gaming brand XPG, for instance, is on sale for just $400 on eBay, down 55% from its $900 list price. Because it’s an M.2 NVMe drive, it can drive “sustained” 3,500/3,000 MBps read/write speeds, according to ADATA, and fits snug in your motherboards M.2 slot, no additional cable management required. By comparison, an older SATA III SSD like the ADATA SU800, which costs half the amount for half the storage, claims read/write speeds of just 560/520MBps. Bang for buck, this price is unbeatable for anyone in the market for storage performance that keeps up with the latest PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles.
‘Tis the season to upgrade your home gaming setup. With tech deals going left and right, you’ll find no shortage of options when it comes to things like monitors. Here’s another one to add on to your list of possible purchases. A pair of 27" LG UltraGear gaming monitors are on sale at Best Buy. The screen is $400, unless you want USB ports on it, in which case it’s $450. Here’s a quick rundown of what you’re getting with this: a 2560 x 1440 display, 144Hz refresh rate, 1 ms of response time, and G-Sync technology to help cut down on screen tear. For gamers who don’t care too much about pushing their games to the ends of the Earth with ungodly resolutions ad refresh rates, the UltraGear is a great balance of the two. making for a solid gaming option.
So everyone in the family is on your case about why the TVs in their bedrooms aren’t working. The truth is, over the past year you’ve been popping batteries out of their remotes to replace the ones in your Xbox controller. Little did you know it would eventually catch up to you and you’d have to wind up buying batteries anyway—like these AA alkalines from Anker, which are on sale for $7 if you’re a Prime member, or 32% off! Before anyone finds out your the culprit, snap these up for Cyber Monday if you know what’s good for you.
Whether your old one’s about ready to give up, or someone in your house needs their first computer, picking out the right laptop is a complicated endeavor. First, you have to figure out your budget, then find a computer that will satisfy all your needs without creeping over that set dollar amount. That’s a lot of work, and there’s a lot of cruft to sift through, especially in a flurry of deals. Among the better choices is HP’s 13.3" Spectre x360 Convertible, which is down from $1,050 to $720 over at HP. It features a 1080p display, 8GB of RAM, and an 11th-gen Intel core i5 processor.
The best part, though is its hinge and touch screen display. Traditional laptops are still dandy, but being able to flip your laptop into tent mode to watch a movie without losing playback controls is a nice feature to have.
The USB-C port is fast becoming the common standard, with laptops and smart devices switching to the port due to its fast-charging capability.
It’s why it’s handy to have a plug that can charge these when needed, and it’s more handy to have a plug that can do this twice at the same time, which is where the Belkin USB-PD GaN Charger comes in.
It can charge an iPhone 12 mini up to 50% in a half hour, while an iPad Pro can be 50% in an hour, with a Google Pixel 5 is up to 50% in 36 minutes.
It’s an ideal accessory to have for those times when you need to quickly charge up before you need to leave the house.
Just in time for Cyber Monday, you can grab a pair of Boltune Headphones for just $35 with a clipped coupon, which is about $25 off the original list price of $60. They’re true wireless headphones, have four mics for voice calls, and seven hours of continuous playtime. Grab em’ before they’re gone.
Until the vaccine can be safely delivered to the masses, a lot of us will be doing our part to prevent the virus spread by limiting our socializing to online contact this winter. We’ve got a promo code to help you do just that with an extra boost of confidence.
This 10.2-inch selfie ring light kit can help you create better-lit photos and videos for only $14— and it even includes a tripod stand for your selfie-taking convenience. Just add promo code DDXSUOEX at checkout to snag this excellent price.
HP is going full Oprah mode this Blyber Weekend (we’re going to keep saying this until it’s accepted nomenclature). If you go to its website, you’ll notice that you can grab a 21" Samsung SE450 Series Desktop Monitor for only $69, which is a nice deal on its own. Here’s where things get wild: add two to your cart and enter the promo code 2SE450 at checkout. Voila! The two monitors now cost $99. The Prestige! It’s an oddly specific deal, but a very useful one. This is both a cheap way to get yourself a two monitor setup for your home office or just to buy one for yourself and gift the other. That’s the spirit of giving coursing through your veins now, baby.
If you’ve been testing the waters of photography and you want to make the jump to the next level, the Sony Alpha 7 II is the perfect task for that.
Featuring a 24.3 MP sensor with the ability to have interchangeable lenses, it’s the perfect ‘beginners’ camera into the DSLR world.
The Sony Alpha 7 II also has a 3-inch viewfinder, so you can easily see your subject to focus in on, alongside 1080P video recording to use if you wish.
If you really don’t care about your Fire Stick having volume controls, or just love having two remotes, Amazon Fire Stick Lite could be your jam. At only $18, it’s the newest version of the Fire TV Stick and can get you linked up with Netflix, Hulu, and all the other streaming services you love. Just plug it in the back of your TV in the HDMI plug and you’re good to go. It’s a pretty good bargain, so if you’re in the mood and want a deal, I’d snatch it up. Quick.
We’ve all been in the situation where we’ve lost our keys or even bottle openers, and we waste so much time in trying to find them.
With the Tile Mate they have seemingly solved that problem, where you can attach them to the keychain, and using an app, you an see exactly where your keys are.
It’s also water-resistant, so if the keys find their way to a toilet or even outside in the rain, the Tile will be able to tell you where it is through the app.
Cyber Monday usually brings a good deal to televisions, and that’s the same here. The Samsung TU-8000 is the high-end of their 4K TV’s this year, with a 75-inch display, with HDR and a 120Hz refresh rate; perfect if you have a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series S/X.
It also comes with Amazon’s Alexa, so you can command it to watch The Mandalorian again if you wish, or even control your smart-home devices.
It also comes with the usual ports and wireless features, such as Bluetooth, USB, Wi-Fi, so you can easily pair some headphones to the television and play more Demons Souls as loud as you wish.
While the highways may be quieter than usual this year, it still helps to have your phone held securely, but also charging to 100% as you’re driving to your destination.
The iOttie Car Mount does exactly this, which can fit sizes from an iPhone 12 mini to a iPhone 12 Pro Max, all the while charging it through its Qi feature.
It’s easy to assemble to place on your car dashboard, and whenever you need to use the car, it’s just a matter of placing the phone in the mount, securing it, and you’re good to go, without any charging wires obstructing the air-con systems.
For a first-gen Apple product, the new MacBook Air featuring the company’s own custom chipset is reviewing surprisingly well, including from our friends at Gizmodo. And, like clockwork, it’s already discounted $100 at Adorama, at least if you’re cool with 8 gigs of RAM and either a 256GB or 512GB SSD. While souped-up versions of the lappy still adhere to their sticker prices, you can score the base model or double its storage for $899 and $1,149, respectively, for Black Friday.
Considering the M1 processor-packed MacBooks just came out last week, anyone planning to pick one up in one of these exact configurations ought to do it before the price hikes back up. While you might think it’s a permanent, artificially discounted price intended to leverage sales of surplus product, it could actually be a temporary, artificially discounted price intended to leverage sales of surplus product. We’ve seen it before, with AirPods Pro and the 4th Gen iPad Air on Amazon, so it isn’t unprecedented.
Here’s what Caitlin McGarry, Consumer Tech Editor at Gizmodo had to say:
... overall, the new MacBook Air is the best overall laptop I’ve ever used. It’s slim, it’s portable, its performance is killer, its battery life will absolutely change my life when I’m doing more work on the go again, and the base price for the improvements delivered by the M1 chip is unbeatable. This isn’t just the best MacBook Air, it’s the best Air by a mile.
I didn’t expect 2020 to be the year of the Mac, but, well, I didn’t expect anything about this year to unfold as it did. If you’re already a fan of Apple’s laptops, buying a new version with M1 is a no-brainer.
Start Black Friday off right with this deal. This pair of Boltune True Wireless Earbuds are a low $31 exclusively for AmazonPrime members, which is $9 lower than their original list price. You’ll be able to seamlessly pair the pair to your iPhone or Android and gives you six hours of playtime per charge, and 40 hours of battery life with the added USB-C charging case. Grab em before they disappear into the void.
Televisions can be tricky game of finding which one suits you and your home best. From the bezel to the type of display it has, it can be confusing to find the right one.
For Black Friday, Sony have seemingly lined up a few of their best televisions from this year, especially as their PlayStation 5 console has now been released.
Featuring a 4K resolution and an LED display with HDR, colours will pop out to their fullest on the X800H, alongside featuring a ‘Game Mode’ that can change the television into a gaming display for your latest console.
It also has Android TV, so you can access all the latest streaming apps, alongside Apple’s AirPlay 2, so you can mirror an image from your iOS device, directly to the TV.
Why pay $110 for AirPods when you could gift that special someone in your life a pair of Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 true wireless earbuds for $45 less? While the well-cushioned in-ears used to cost $100, as one of my coworkers pointed out earlier today, it’s Black Friday, and as such, they’re currently $35 off using the coupon on the Amazon listing page. That means you can effectively get an AirPods Pro-quality design, complete with the rubber tips regular AirPods bafflingly lack. And though you won’t find active noise canceling at this price point, Anker has fit two microphones and cVc 8.0 noise reduction in there so you don’t sound like a boomer when you’re on the phone.
Then there’s HearID, which makes you take a listening test to optimize the soundstage for your ears. By examining your response to a bunch of different frequencies, it creates a custom EQ tailored specifically to your ears. And lastly, if, like most people, your main draw to Apple’s AirPods is the H1 chip’s seamless pairing technology, note the Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 buds also feature one-step pairing by way of Bluetooth 5.0. Never miss a beat this holiday and make the right choice for your next set of ‘phones.
Events like Black Friday can showcase some great deals on storage, and that’s no more than SD Cards for your SLR Camera.
This variant in particular has 256GB of storage, so as the nights roll in earlier and the sun rises across a landscape, you will want a storage card that can take as many shots as possible to land that perfect picture.
Featuring read speeds of up to 170MB/s and write speeds up to 90MB/s, there will be no problem in burst shots and even 4K video when you’re traversing woodland and mountainous regions to attain that perfect shot with a SanDisk 256 SD Card.
Razer have built up a reputation with their peripherals, no more than their keyboard and mice. At 52% off for $48, this Mamba Wireless Mouse is a great starting point if you don’t own anything Razer as yet.
Featuring 7 programmable buttons so you can easily bind a gaming function when needed, alongside customizable RGB across the peripheral, you can customize the mouse into how you want it to work for you.
Even though it’s wireless, Razer have consistently tried to improve the battery life of their peripherals, ending up with an impressive 50 hour battery life for this mouse. When you combine that with the different DPI mouse speed settings, you’ve got a great mouse for a great price here.
There’s always that just-in-case scenario for when your devices need charging and there’s no free socket nearby. It could be even worse if there’s no USB socket nearby, which is where the Anker PowerCore Essential comes in. With a 20,000mAh capacity, it’s a huge bank of power where an iPhone 12 Pro can be charged up to 5 times, and up to 2 for an iPad Pro.
You can charge two USB devices at the same time, but for USB-C it’s only one. However, it’s a small price to pay for the convenience you get here, especially at $13 off for Black Friday.
Deep breaths, deep breaths. Yakuza: Like a Dragon is down to $40 at Amazon, which is a very low price considering it just came out a few weeks ago. Personally, I just bought the game a few days ago for $60. Isn’t that funny? I figured, “There’s no way it’ll get discounted this early.” And then it went down to $50! Great, I love that for everyone that is not me! Lo and behold, I’ve woken up today and here we are at $40. Extremely cool and I’m happy for everyone who had the foresight to wait, like, two weeks. Anyway, Like a Dragon is the latest in the Yakuza series, which just seems to get increasingly weirder as time goes on. The biggest change this time around is a pivot to turn-combat, a departure for the series. You can also do a bunch of wacky and mundane side-missions like can collecting and go karting and that’s really the selling point here, frankly.
So, you’re going to buy all these Switch games on sale this weekend, right? Well, there’s two questions to consider in the wake of a buying spree. One, how am I going to store all of them on the system’s pithy internal storage? Secondly, how am I going to play a game like Splatoon 2 if I don’t have a Nintendo Online subscription? Get ready to kill two squids with one stone, because Best Buy has a bundle up that answers both needs. You can get 12 months of Switch Online and a 128GB microSD card (emblazoned with a happy-go-lucky mushroom) for just $35. That’s an $85 value normally, so it’s an excellent deal for new Switch owners especially.
A lot of us will be indoors and likely going a little stir-crazy during the next few months. Why not make a small investment in your household’s future entertainment needs now by checking out these board game deals this lovely Blyber Weekend?
Bananagrams has a price so low today that you have to add it to your Target cart to check it— spoiler alert, it’s just $10, which is even lower than the Amazon price of $15. If you’re noticing a common theme here— yep, Target has a board game sale going on until Monday.
There are also plenty of board games now that have modern twists on classics, like this new version of Monopoly that uses electronic banking instead of a billion little fake paper notes you’ll inevitably misplace.
For Star Wars lovers, there’s a fresh take on the classic Operation board game on sale for $15 which features Baby Yoda. Newer favorites like Exploding Kittens aren’t too badly -priced right now either.
Most of Target’s board game deals are set to expire Monday (you can check them all out right here), and the Amazon prices might not last long either. Stock up on the fun while you can get a good deal!
I’ve been sifting through a never-ending barrage of game deals this Blyber Weekend, but I think I’ve finally found the winner. Dishonored & Prey: The Arkane Collection is $20 right now at Amazon. Why’s that such a good deal? This package just came out in August and usually sells for $60. Sure, it’s a bundle of older games, but what a bundle it is. You’ll get Dishonored, Dishonored 2, Dishonored: Death of the Outside, and Prey for that price. Just about each one of those is worth $20 on their own, so this is a no-brainer if you’ve yet to play any of these standout titles from Arkane Studios.
Toys, Funko Pops, watches and more featuring beloved Disney characters and franchises are on sale for up to 30% off for today only.
My three-year-old niece is really into Frozen, and I’m pretty sure she would love this gigantic 36-inch singing Anna plush that lights up. The only thing is, I’m worried my sister won’t talk to me anymore if she has to hear “The Next Right Thing” any more than she already does. Still, it’s a bargain worth considering at only $22.
Give the gift of time— well, maybe time management, at least— with one of the collectible Citizen watches on sale today. These are a bit pricey for my taste, but they are going for up to 46% off right now and I am not exactly a “watch” person, so who am I to say?
These offerings really are just a tiny representation of everything Disney on sale at Amazon today— there are even options for the littlest ones on your list. Be sure to check out the full sale list here.
As the new PlayStation 5 has finally arrived, it helps to have a PS Plus membership so you can go online for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Mortal Kombat 11, while also taking advantage of their PS Plus Collection. For those unaware, PlayStation Plus is a subscription service that lets you go online, have 100GB of cloud storage for save games so there’s less chance of losing them, and bag a couple of free games every month.
The PS Plus Collection is a new benefit that enables you to download up to 20 titles on your PlayStation 5 right away, such as:
- Batman: Arkham Knight
- Battlefield 1
- Call of Duty Black Ops III Zombies Chronicles
- Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
- Days Gone
- Detroit: Become Human
- Fallout 4
- Final Fantasy XV
- God of War
- inFAMOUS: Second Son
- The Last Guardian
- The Last of Us Remastered
- Monster Hunter: World
- Mortal Kombat X
- Persona 5
- Ratchet & Clank
- Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
- Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
- Until Dawn
$45 is a fantastic price for the games you can play on the service, essentially saving you many more dollars if you bought them separately.
We’ve seen Ubisoft slash the price on games like Watch Dogs: Legion, Just Dance 2021, and even Assassin’s Creed Valhalla this Blyber Weekend, but the studio just took things to another level. You can now save $10 when you pre-order its next game, Immortals: Fenyx Rising, at Amazon. For reference, the game doesn’t even come out until December 3, so you’re getting a deal from the future here. Ubisoft’s latest open world game looks like it takes many cues from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, with free climbing, gliding, and rune-like abilities that can be used to solve puzzle shrines. Except it’s about Gods. If that sounds up your alley, you can grab the PS5, PS4, Xbox, and Switch versions at a discount now and thank yourself on Thursday.
If I have one blind spot as a gaming fan, it’s anything that involves the prefix “Xeno.” Xenoblade, Xenogears, Xenosaga, you name it, I’ve never played it. The RPG franchise has been running since 1998 and its found renewed success in the 2010s with the Xenoblade series on Nintendo’s systems. Today might be a good time to find out what the fuss is all about, because Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is on sale for $40 at Amazon. You’ll get a digital download of the 2017 Switch RPG with your purchase (sorry, physical collectors). It’s especially good timing, because winter is coming up and I could use a 100-hour JRPG to hibernate with.
I don’t know who exactly this very refined-looking beer pong set was made for, but I have to say: It looks pretty sleek compared to the more familiar red solo cup version of the game. And there is obviously some audience for it since it’s currently Amazon’s number one new release in drinking games.
The Hammer + Axe wooden beer pong set includes a sleek wooden tabletop, 25 cups, two balls, and a bag to store it all in for $17.
Of course, with many of us staying at home this winter due to the pandemic and avoiding the kind of large gatherings beer pong is intended for, maybe it’s better to just challenge someone in your household like a partner or roommate to a one-on-one game of basketball. Loser has to take a shot (or two, or three). The price on this one isn’t quite as nice. But just look how cute it is.
If $29 is too high for your drinking games, this wooden Drinkopoly game is down to its lowest price in 30 days at $17.
Most of this year’s Nintendo Black Friday deals revolves around games that are a few years old. Games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons have remained at $60 while slightly older titles like Luigi’s Mansion 3 are discounted. That makes this sale on Paper Mario: The Origami King particularly noteworthy. Nintendo’s paper-themed RPG came out earlier this summer and now you can grab it for $50 at Amazon (you may need to add it to your cart to see the price). The Origami King boasts a surprisingly charming story, which features an especially memorable subplot involving a bob-omb companion. If you’re just looking for another game to play on your Switch after a relatively light year on first-party exclusives, it’s worth a peek.
Here’s a snapshot of how long 2020 has been. Back in February, PlatinumGames announced its Kickstarter campaign to remaster Wii U cult classic The Wonderful 101. The campaign was fully funded within hours and the game got a full release in August. Now, The Wonderful 101: Remastered is 41% off at Amazon (though only the PlayStation 4 version at the moment). That’s three years worth of video game arc in under 12 months. If you’ve never played it, the remaster is a genuinely unique experience that’s almost like Pikmin with superheroes. There’s even some light drawing mechanics built into its combat, because it was a Wii U game, after all. At $24, it’s a great time to catch up on it and make sure that you don’t miss it the second time around too.
There’s something oddly satisfying about buying gift cards discounted. When you grab a $50 gift card for under $50, it feels like you’ve discovered some sort of secret life hack. You can get that feeling today, because Xbox gift cards are 10% off on Amazon. Xbox cards are on sale starting at the $5 level, though $60 and $70 are excluded for some reason (curiously, that’s the cost of your average Xbox One and Xbox Series X game, respectively). Xbox cards work on the Microsoft Store as well, so you could technically buy five and save $50 on a Series X. Unfortunately, the Nintendo cards shown in the image above have sold out since this deal was originally posted.
Gaming headsets are a big ticket item this Blyber Weekend, as retailers are slashing prices on a variety of options. That’s good news for gamers who just broke the bank getting an Xbox Series X|S or PlayStation 5 and are now scrounging for accessory deals. If you want next-gen compatible sound on a budget, Amazon has Turtle Beach’s Recon 200 headset down to $30. That’s one of the better deals on a gaming headset we’ve seen so far. While it doesn’t include the bells and whistles of a high-end headset, it’ll do everything you need it to do: namely give you surround sound audio and a flip up microphone for talking to your squad. They come in either black or white, so you can conveniently grab whichever one corresponds to your new console’s color.
Have you ever wanted to punch Aquaman in the face? Just land a big right hook on his kisser? That’s not something that you can really do these days without breaking your hand, since Jason Mamoa is Aquaman in our current timeline. The safer option? Pick up Injustice 2: Legendary Edition, which is just $5 at Eneba with the promo code INJUSTICEBF. You’ll get a Steam key of the game with your purchase. The award winning fighting game is a DC Comics’ fans dream, with a huge roster that features characters like Batman, Swamp Thing, and Hellboy. All of those characters are especially good at punching Aquaman square in the nose.
If you were hoping for a quick Assassin’s Creed Valhalla price drop this Black Friday, your patience has paid off. Amazon now has the brand new release (like, really brand new) down to $48 on PlayStation 5 or PS4, or $50 on Xbox One/Series X/Series S. The price cut is pretty surprising given just how new Valhalla is, but Ubisoft appears to be quick on the price slashes this Black Friday season. Both Watch Dogs: Legion and Just Dance 2021 are heavily discounted at the moment less than a month after their release. Valhalla probably won’t drop to half price any time soon like Watch Dogs, so this might be one of the lowest prices you’ll be able to get it at this year. Happy raiding, Vikings.
Shhhh, nobody tell Nintendo that GameStop is holding a pretty significant sale on some of the Switch’s biggest first-party games. Considering that it’s rare to see Nintendo games on sale it all, it’s kind of wild that Fire Emblem: Three Houses or Splatoon 2 down to $27. I fear that Nintendo will find out and take this momentary moment of bliss away from us. Just in case that happens, it’s worth scrolling through the list of discounts, because there are some serious hits included. While most of them aren’t 2020 releases like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, it’s still a great way to strengthen your library with games like Yoshi’s Crafted World and New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, so poke around and see what strikes you.
Lets’a go! Super Mario 3D All-Stars is down to $50 at Walmart today, a familiar price for anyone who grew up playing the games included in the collection. Back in 2002, I remember getting $50 from my mom so I could go to the mall and gleefully pick up a copy of Super Mario Sunshine. Then there was 2007's Super Mario Galaxy, one of the first games I bought on my own when I went off to college. At the time $50 seemed like a real investment. Seeing that price tag on these classic games is kind of nostalgic, isn’t it? Okay, I’m reaching. It’s a little bizarre that the collection was $60 to begin with, but the price reduction here is a welcome one. Super Mario 3D All-Stars will literally vanish from shelves in March, so if you’ve been hoping for a discount, now might be the time to jump to it.
It’s sort of cliché to say that Xbox Game Pass is the best deal in gaming at this point, but it continues to be true. Microsoft’s gaming subscription service gives you access to hundreds of games for a monthly fee, which can pay off quickly if you’re the kind of person who buys a lot of games. If you’re looking to try it out, Target is currently selling a three month membership to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $20. Ultimate gives you access to the service on both PC and console, so it’s perfect for new Xbox Series X|S owners who are looking to expand their library quickly. An Ultimate membership also lets you try out Microsoft’s cloud gaming beta, allowing you to play select games on supported devices like Android phones. It all adds up to a pretty sweet deal for Xbox owners that’ll make you into the kind of person who just constantly tells people about why Xbox Game Pass is a great deal. Oh no, what have I become?
If you want to showcase your favorite Mandalorian in your gaming room or office, this is the best way to do just that.
At 635 pieces there’s a lot of impressive detail here, with Boba Fett’s iconic helmet in all its glory. This LEGO Boba Fett Helmet measures 21cm high, which won’t take up too much room anywhere, and when you consider that his targeting rangefinder can be swivelled for when Boba needs to lock-on to a lone Jedi or Wampa, it’s hard to resist at 20% off.
Way back in the day, the original Animal Crossing for GameCube was so big that it came with its own memory card. My precious little 59 slot card had a picture of Rover on it and could not have anything other than Animal Crossing on it. I was just hit with that childhood memory seeing this Switch compatible 512GB SanDisk microSD card, branded to match New Horizons’ chill aesthetic. It comes in that cool, light green color and features the same leaf icon that’s found on Tom Nook’s vacation-dad button down. Other than looking extremely cute, it’s actually a pretty practical deal. The card, which is down to $80 on Amazon today, is perfect for Switch owners who buy a lot of games. A 512GB card can hold much more than just Animal Crossing, so you’ll get a lot of mileage out of this precious storage device.
Here are the benefits of buying an arcade cabinet that exclusively plays the golf game Golden Tee, which is $150 off at Best Buy right now, instead of getting a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X:
- It’s on sale for $250, making it half the price of a new console.
- Next-gen games cost $70. Here, you get Golden Tee and never need to buy more games.
- Includes a riser, four games, and a 17" screen.
- Xbox Series X does not play Golden Tee.
- You can’t go to a dive bar to play Golden Tee right now, so this is the next best thing.
- Less ugly than the PlayStation 5.
- It’s a Golden Tee arcade cabinet.
Every day, it feels like I’m writing a new post about how Watch Dogs: Legion’s price has dropped. Last week, the October release was already down to $40. This week, it’s now down to $30, which makes it 50% off its retail price. We already knew the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version of the game would be heavily discounted this Black Friday, but seeing the actual PlayStation 5 version on sale 50% off is something of a surprise. Players on any console can upgrade to the next-gen version for free (though some users have reported bugs with the process), but this is a cheap way to get a physical PlayStation 5 game case on your shelf so you can justify spending the extra $100 on a disc drive. Those who don’t have a PlayStation 5 can still get the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version of the game for $30 as well.