(Update 10/18 1:40pm): We have a list of notable Xbox One bundles today courtesy of Microsoft Store:
- 500GB Xbox One S Minecraft Bundle + Free Game + $50 Microsoft GC $299 ($380+ value)
- 1TB Xbox One S Gears of War 4 Bundle + Free Game + $50 Microsoft GC $349 ($430+ value)
- 500GB Xbox One Name Your Game Bundle + Free Game + $50 Microsoft GC $249 ($330+ value)
In today’s best game/app deals, Amazon is offering Tom Clancy’s The Division on PS4 for $16.88 with free shipping for Prime members or in orders over $49. It regularly sells for $35+ and this is the lowest Amazon has ever offered it for. Speaking of Tom Clancy, Prime members can still pre-order Ghost Recon Wildlands for $48.99 shipped (Reg. $60).
While Toys R Us is still offering any two eligible EA Sports titles for just $70 shipped (including Madden NFL 17, FIFA 17, NHL 17 and more), Best Buy is now offering Madden NFL 17 on its own (PS4 and XBox One) for $39.99 shipped, which means GCU members can grab it for just $31.99. That’s a few dollars less than the Toys R Us deal if you’re only interested in one of these titles.
Other notable game deals include Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration for $51 shipped (Reg. $60 or $48 for Prime members) and we still have Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 for $29.99 Prime shipped (Reg. $40+).
Before you head below for today’s best iOS/Mac deals, the free Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Special Demo Version is now available in the Nintendo eShop, here is the latest Free App of the Week and Apple has now launched a 50% off sale on a number very popular titles. You’ll also want to check out our feature on the Best Console Game Releases for October: Mafia 3, Gears of War 4, Battlefield 1, Dark Souls 3 DLC and more. As always, you’ll find today’s most notable iOS deals down below.
Ongoing game deals/promotions:
- GTA V for $29.99 (GCU members can bring the price down to $23.99)
- Energizer 2X Smart Charger for Xbox One for $29.99 Prime shipped (Reg. up to $40)
- Hitman & Lara Croft Go on iOS are still down at $1 ($10 value)
- LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens $19.99 Prime shipped (matched at Best Buy)
- Mirror’s Edge Catalyst at $24.99 (Reg. $30+)
- Shadow of Mordor GOTY for $11.99 (or less for PS Plus members)
- MLB The Show 16 for $18.99 Prime shipped (matched at Best Buy or less for GCU)
- 8Bitdo Retro Receiver for NES for $18.99 with free shipping
- Amazon Prime Pre-order deals 20% off
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Today’s Top iOS/Mac sales:
iOS Universal: Zombify – Turn yourself into a Zombie: FREE (Reg. $1)
iOS Universal: Minecraft: Story Mode: FREE (Reg. $5)
iOS Universal: IQ Test – What’s my IQ?: FREE (Reg. $3)
iOS Universal: Night Sky 4: FREE (Reg. $1)
iOS Universal: Device Finder – Find your Lost SmartWatch, Headphones, Fitness Tracker or other Bluetooth Low Energy Device in Minutes: FREE (Reg. $5)
iOS Universal: AirMusic: $1 (Reg. $3)
iOS Universal: HomeBudget with Sync: $3 (Reg. $5)
iPhone: Hello Heart – Easy Blood Pressure Monitoring App: $120 (Reg. $180)
iPhone: Sweetwater Defense: FREE (Reg. $1)
iPhone: IQ Test Pro Edition: FREE (Reg. $3)
Mac: Mafia II: Director’s Cut: $15 (Reg. $30)
More Game Deals:
App Store Free App of the Week: Shadow Bug and its ninja action go free for the first time (Reg. $4)
Apple offers 50% off top tier games on the App Store: BADLANDS 2, Monument Valley, Sword & Sworcery & many more
Amazon Prime members can now pre-order Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS for $31.99 shipped (Reg. $40, releases Dec 2nd).
Deus Ex Go gets its very first drop on iOS/Android: $2 (Reg. $5)
With the highly anticipated release of The Last Guardian just months away now (we have been waiting almost 10 years for this one!), Amazon pre-order options are now up: $50 shipped for everyone or $47.99 shipped for Prime members.
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