Greetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is back with another round of deals to share. Today’s list is headlined by an expansive 30%-off sale on video games for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One currently going on at Target.
The catch here is that the discount doesn’t apply to typical shipping; instead, you have to select “free order pickup” upon checking out and physically get the games yourself at a nearby store. That’s a little annoying, but Target isn’t exactly a mom-and-pop shop, and many of the deals available as part of the deal are good enough for the Dealmaster to think it’s worth a quick drive. For instance, the sale brings first-party Switch games like Super Mario Party, Mario Tennis Aces, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe down to $35, beating their prices in Nintendo’s own E3 sale from a couple of weeks back. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the latest from Dark Souls maker From Software, is down to $34 from its usual $48, while the recent Resident Evil 2 remake is down to $28 from its usual $40.
The 30% discount applies to literally hundreds more games beyond those, but note that not everything in the sale is at or near an all-time price low. The Dealmaster has curated a list of games he finds to be good bargains below, but as always, price tracking tools like Keepa and CamelCamelCamel can help verify whether other games are really a good bargain. (Particularly now that Amazon Prime Day is right around the corner.) Exactly how available these games are will depend on where you live, too, as will how much tax you’ll have to pay on top of the prices listed below, though the latter should only add a couple extra bucks. In any event, Target says this sale will last until June 29.
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