The PlayStation 4 Camera isn’t a mandatory accessory by any means, but it’s certainly nice to have, and Amazon has marked it down to $40, matching its all-time low price. [Sony PlayStation Camera for PlayStation 4, $40]

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The 2015 version of one of your favorite sound bars is only $198 right now on Amazon, for Prime members only. In addition to the actual “bar,” this system includes a wireless subwoofer that sits in the back of your viewing room, plus a pair of satellite speakers that hook into it to give you 5.1 channel surround sound. It’s not entirely wireless, but it eliminates the need to run a wire from your TV to the back of the room, which is usually more than half the battle.

This is only about $20-$30 more expensive than the best deals we’ve seen on refurbs of this system’s previous generation, and you’re getting it brand new. Just remember that the $80 discount is for Prime members only, and your final price will be shown at checkout. [VIZIO SB4051-C0 40-Inch 5.1 Channel Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer and Satellite Speakers, $198 for Prime Members only]

Don’t have Prime? Get a 30 day free trial here.

Green Man Gaming is taking up to 85% off select Paradox Interactive games, including Europa Univeralis IV and Knights of Pen and Paper. Plus, use code GMGSAV-E20GMG-SAVE20 at checkout to save an additional 20%. [Up to 85% off Paradox Interactive Games]

If your iTunes balance is running low, here’s another chance to save 20% on a $50 refill card. If you ever buy apps, shows, movies, music, books, or iCloud storage from Apple, this is basically free money. And if your Apple Music free trial is set to expire in the next few months, your renewal will automatically draw from your iTunes account. [$50 iTunes Gift Card, $40]

The best recurring deal on a new Wii U Deluxe bundle is back in stock. No tax for most. [Wii U Deluxe with Two Games, $260]

Note: This same bundle is available for $225 direct from Nintendo, but between shipping and sales tax, it’ll probably only be a few bucks cheaper than eBay’s brand new listing.


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