In today’s best game/app deals, Amazon is offering the Rocket League Collector’s Edition on PS4 and Xbox One for $19.99 with free shipping for Prime members or in orders over $49. Best Buy is also matching at the same price with additional disocunts for GCU members. That’s the lowest we have tracked on this version of the game. It includes all the rocket-vehicle action of the main game plus all the DLC packs, extras cars, an art print and the Season Mode.
As part of its Countdown to Black Friday Gaming Deals, Amazon is currently offering up to 25% off PS4 and Xbox One titles including another very notable drop on Titanfall 2. You can now grab the game for $29.96 Prime shipped on PlayStation 4 (matched at Walmart).
Other notables include Madden NFL 17 for $29.96 shipped (Prime only, matched at Walmart, Amazon all-time low) and FIFA 17 for $29.96 with free in-store pickup at Walmart (Reg; $50). We also have Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege within $1 of the best Black Friday listing we have seen thus far at $21 Prime shipped and Deus Ex Mankind Divided on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $39.99 shipped.
Here is the latest Free App of the Week, Call of Duty Strike Team is now matching its all-time low and GameStop has now released its Black Friday 2016 Ad filled with console bundle and game deals, alongside Best Buy, Target, Toys R Us and Walmart. Down below you’ll find the today’s best iOS/Mac deals:
Ongoing game deals/promotions:
- Super Smash Bros (Nintendo Wii U) for $38.99 shipped (Reg. $50+)
- GameStop: BOGO Free on Great White Shark Cash Cards (in-game GTA V money)
- The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes for $19.97 (Reg. $25)
- 8Bitdo Retro Receiver for NES for $18 Prime shipped
- Amazon Prime Pre-order deals 20% off
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Today’s Top iOS/Mac sales:
iOS Universal: Gun Building II: FREE (Reg. $1)
iOS Universal: Flight Unlimited 2K16 – Flight Simulator: FREE (Reg. $4)
iOS Universal: Brutal Street: FREE (Reg. $1)
iOS Universal: Maily – Safe messaging for young children: FREE (Reg. $5)
iOS Universal: Leo’s Fortune: $1 (Reg. $5)
iOS Universal: Pocket Anatomy – Interactive 3D Human Anatomy and Physiology.: $20 (Reg. $25)
iOS Universal: FIST OF AWESOME: $1 (Reg. $4)
iOS Universal: Raiden Legacy: $1 (Reg. $5)
iOS Universal: Brain Wave ™ – 32 Advanced Binaural Brainwave Entrainment Programs with iTunes Music and Relaxing Ambience: $4 (Reg. $5)
iOS Universal: Vintage Design – Logo Maker & Poster Creator DIY: $2 (Reg. $3)
iOS Universal: The Monster at the End of This Book…starring Grover!: $3 (Reg. $5)
iPhone: Faces iMake – Premium!: FREE (Reg. $2)
iPhone: Parker Planner: FREE (Reg. $2)
iPhone: The Tiny Bang Story: $1 (Reg. $2)
iPhone: Shin Megami Tensei (ENG): $4 (Reg. $8)
iPad: Faces iMake – Right Brain Creativity: FREE (Reg. $3)
iPad: QuickPlan Pro – Project Plan, Schedule Management: $8 (Reg. $18)
More Game Deals:
Amazon is currently offering $50 in Amazon Coins (5,000) for $25 (new customers only).
That’s essentially half off your next game/app purchase at Amazon. “Amazon Coins can be used to purchase eligible apps, games and in-app items on the Amazon Appstore for Fire and Android devices”.
PlayStation Store is celebrating 10 years of digital downloads at up to 60% off (70% off for PS+) a wide range of titles.
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Amazon Prime members can now pre-order Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS for $31.99 shipped (Reg. $40, releases Dec 2nd).
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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