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While supplies last, if you buy a new Xbox One bundle on Amazon, you can choose an extra game for free. Unfortunately, Halo 5 and Assassin’s Creed Syndicate aren’t available, but there are several recent releases to choose from. [Buy an Xbox One, Choose a Free Game]

Astro’s popular A40 PC gaming headset is down to $100 today on Amazon. That’s an all-time low, and $50 off its usual price. [ASTRO Gaming A40 PC Headset Kit, $100]

If you long for the clickiness and key travel of a mechanical keyboard, this TT eSPORTS Poseidon model is a fantastic option at $80, or nearly $20 less than usual.


With macro programming and advanced backlighting, this is obviously marketed towards gamers, but its shape and design details are fairly vanilla, and its Cherry MX Brown switches are as well suited for general typing as they are for gaming. [Tt eSPORTS POSEIDON Z RGB LED BROWN SWITCH Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, $80]

If you’re going to emulate NES games on your PC, you might as well do it properly. [Classic USB NES Controller for PC, $6]

The green yarn Yoshi amiibo was previously exclusive to a Yoshi’s Wooly World game bundle, but Nintendo just announced that you’ll be able to buy it separately. Order yours now, while you still can. [Preorder Green Yarn Yoshi amiibo, $17]

We posted this Fallout 4 Vault Dweller’s Ultimate Survival Guide bundle last week when it dropped to $96, but today, it’s all the way down to $78.


The bundle includes a hardcover game guide, a Nuka Cola metal bottle opener, five magnetic bottle caps, seven lithographs, and more goodies. Since it’s a preorder, you’ll be guaranteed to get the best price if it drops any lower prior to release. [Preorder Fallout 4 Ultimate Vault Dweller’s Survival Guide Bundle, $78]

20% iTunes gift card discounts are great, but they’re not exactly rare. Anything more than that though qualifies as truly exciting, including this $100 gift card for $75. [$100 iTunes Gift Card, $75]

Dell includes promotional gift cards with a lot of the items they sell, but this is on a completely different level. If you buy a 55” 4K 3D Sony TV for $1498 (which is the market rate) today, Dell will throw in a $500 promotional gift card for your trouble.


That’s basically good for a free game console with games, or a 4K computer monitor, or even a mid-range computer. The only real caveat is that you have to spend the credit within 90 days. [Sony 55” 4K 3D Smart TV, $1498 + $500 Promo Gift Card]

If this isn’t quite what you’re looking for, check out Dell’s other gift card promotions here.

Note: It should go without saying, but make sure you see the $500 gift card in your cart before you check out. It should be added automatically, but Dell has been known to end these promotions without warning, so double check before you complete your order.

Audio Technica’s venerable ATH-M50x took home the crown in a recent Kinja Co-Op for best headphones, and Amazon will sell you a pair for $129 today, one of the best deals we’ve seen that didn’t involve a bundled item or mail-in rebate.

If that’s still a little too rich for your blood, the lower end (but still excellent) ATH-M40x and ATH-M30x variants are also on sale for $79 and $49, respectively. There’s a chart on each Amazon page to help you decide which pair is right for you, but all three should satisfy all but the most discerning audiophiles.

Just note that these prices are part of an Amazon Gold Box deal, meaning they’re only available today, or until sold out. [Audio Technica Headphone Sale]



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