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Gaming Deals: PS4 Controller With $25 Gift Card, $8 Titanfall, $9 South Park PC

Today’s best deal comes from Dell, which is offering a $25 gift card with the purchase of a DualShock 4 for $50.

Target still has The Evil Within for $30 on Xbox One and PS4. Combined with a Target Cartwheel coupon that takes 50 percent off, you can get the game for just $15.

Walmart has the Xbox One Halo Master Chief Collection Bundle for $349 with a free game of your choice. Only certain games are eligible, but the options are solid, including Destiny, Sunset Overdrive, Dragon Age: Inquisition, and more.

Best Buy continues to offer Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor for $20 on all platforms.

You can play Skyrim for free on PC this weekend, and then pick up the game for as little as $5 on Steam.

Below you’ll find the rest of today’s best deals divided by platform:

PlayStation 4

You can get a new PS4 for $350 at eBay.

Get 10 percent off a PlayStation 4 with Target Cartwheel (the company’s mobile coupon app), potentially saving you upwards of $40.

Dell’s previously excellent PS4 deal has been tempered somewhat, but you can still get the system, The Last of Us Remastered, and a PlayStaiton Silver headset for $400.

Amazon is offering an $80 bonus toward the purchase of certain PS4 bundles when you trade in eligible consoles and bundles (including Xbox 360 and PS3), giving you the chance to save anywhere from $150-$350.

Groupon has manufacturer-refurbished PS4s for $330. Or, if you prefer to shop elsewhere, eBay also has seller-refurbished systems from $300 to $330.

The final week of Sony’s Spring Fever event is here and it’s a Call of Duty-centric one, with discounts on bundled versions of Advanced Warfare, Ghosts, Black Ops II, and more. You can find the full lineup of PSN games included in Spring Fever here.

Other PS4 game deals:

PlayStation Plus’ free games for April include Tower of Guns, Killzone: Mercenary, and Dishonored, and are available now.

Xbox One

GameStop has a soon-to-expire offer where you can get a new Xbox One for $225 when you trade in a select PS3 or Xbox 360.

On eBay, you can buy a year of Xbox Live Gold for $36.

Best Buy will take $20 off the price of a one-year Xbox Live Gold membership when you buy any Xbox 360 or Xbox One. You’ll also save $10 if you buy a new controller with an Xbox One.

Get $50 in Xbox gift cards for $45 at Best Buy.

Microsoft’s latest Deals With Gold promotion is on, discounting a handful of Xbox One and Xbox 360 games–almost exclusively from the Call of Duty series. You can check out all the deals here.

Other Xbox One game deals:

The free Games with Gold titles for April are available now and include Child of Light on Xbox One and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag on Xbox 360. 360 owners will be getting twice as many games as usual this month, with the third and fourth games now available.


Steam has a roguelike sale going on from now until April 27 at 10 AM PST, bringing Rogue Legacy down to $3.74, FTL to $2.49, Spelunky to $3.74, Crypt of the NecroDancer to $11.24, and much more. See all the deals here.

Ubisoft is hosting a Uplay Spring Sale where it discounts a number of first- and third-party digital PC games on its online store. Deals include South Park: The Stick of Truth for $13.60, Trials Fusion for $8, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon for $3.75, all three Dead Space games for $6.80 each, and more.

Amazon, meanwhile, has a sale on digital EA games. You can get The Sims 4 for $40, each of the Dead Space games for $5, SimCity 4 for $5, the Mass Effect Trilogy for $10.20, and much more. You can see all the deals here.

The newest Humble Bundle features various EA games. You can pay anything to get games like Dragon Age: Origins, Peggle, and Dead Space 2, while beating the average sale price (currently $4.95) will also get you Dragon Age II, Mass Effect 2, and new additions to the bundle, like SimCity 2000 and Wing Commander IV. Best of all, 100 percent of the money can be sent to charity–EA isn’t taking a dime.

There’s also a new Humble Weekly Bundle featuring multiplayer games. Paying any price will get you games like Primal Carnage and God Mode, while a $10 purchase will get you Homebrew: Vehicle Sandbox, Chariot, and more.

Green Man Gaming is currently offering discounts on orders for some of the year’s biggest releases. You can get Grand Theft Auto V for $46.79, Batman: Arkham Knight for $43.79, Magicka 2 for $11.24, The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited for $46.79, Project Cars for $37.49, Pillars of Eternity for $32.84, or Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward for $30. You can find all the discounts in Green Man Gaming’s VIP page, which you can access by signing up for a free account.

You can get 23 percent off at Green Man Gaming with the code: SAVE23-PAYDAY-WEEKND

The original Syndicate is free on Origin.

Other PC game deals:

Wii U

If you don’t mind a refurbished system, Nintendo’s online store has a Wii U bundle with Nintendo Land for $200, or Nintendo Land and Super Mario 3D World for $225.


Walmart is offering a New 3DS XL bundle with Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and your choice of select Amiibo figurines for $230. Alternatively, the retailer has a New 3DS XL bundle with your choice of select games and a Pokemon figurine for $229-$237. Eligible games include Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Code Name: Steam, and quite a few more.

Target Cartwheel is offering 15 percent off Nintendo 3DS XL systems (a deal that doesn’t include the New 3DS XL).

PS Vita

Best Buy also has a nice deal on the Borderlands 2 PlayStation Vita bundle, selling it for only $170.

Amazon is selling the Wi-Fi PlayStation Vita for $170.


Amazon prices are accurate as of publishing, but can fluctuate occasionally throughout the day.

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