7 weekend gaming deals to get now
Summer is here and if you aren't on vacation and you aren't playing games we don't know what to tell you. Luckily the team at Tech Bargains is here to help you find some of the best gaming deals that you should jump on now. If you were excited about all the newest games coming out after E3 and were looking to save on pre-orders, one of the best ways is to use an Amazon Prime Membership to save 20% off any pre-order. It's free to join for the first 30 days and will save you about $12 and on any standard pre-order. However, Dell is trying to get you to shop with them and is offering a $25 Dell gift card and next day business shipping when you pre-order with them.
Dell Inspiron 15 7559 Intel i7 Quad-Core 1080p 15.6" Laptop with GTX 960m 4GB GPU for $699.99 (Orig $899.99)
Use code: L9MGXPLP5T9NRK. This is a well rated gaming laptop that gives you a ton of value at $700. You get a powerful GTX960m 4GB GPU, the latest i7 Skylake quad-core processor and a full HD 1920x1080 screen. This laptop was PCMag's Editor's Choice because it packs a ton of value at a very competitive price and has solid gaming performance with a legit graphics card. At $700 you won't find a better value for a gaming laptop with this graphics card and similarly gaming laptops sell for over $1000.
Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum 7.1 Surround Gaming Headset with $100 Gift Card $159.99
With the included $100 Dell gift card you are effectively only paying $60 for this high end gaming headset. The gift card can be used towards other games or gaming peripherals. The G633 has excellent sound quality with clear audio separation, crystal clear mic for in game chat or online calls and is comfortable enough to wear for hours. The G633 is the results of many generations of high quality gaming headsets and with the $100 gift card this is a hard deal to pass up.
New Xbox One S Consoles starting at $299.99
You can now pre-order the recently announced Xbox One S and it looks like it will be releasing early August. The 500GB console goes for only $299 and the newest Gears of War 2TB version sells for $449.99. It's definitely a sleek modern looking console with a nice matte white finish. It of course has the upgrades such as 4K HDR video output and support for 4K Blu-Rays which makes it actually cheaper than a lot of dedicated 4K Blu-ray players with HDR support. Plus it even plays games. If you were in the market for both this is a no brainer.
Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild $47.99 with Amazon Prime (Orig $59.99)
Legend of Zelda is one of the most highly anticipated games to come out of E3 and won IGN's game of the show. It will be developed for the Nintendo Wii U and many speculate it will also release with the newest Nintendo NX. This is one of the hottest pre-orders we've seen and we highly recommend pre-ordering now from Amazon before you get stuck on a waitlist. You don't pay for the game until it actually ships and you will get the lowest price available. Amazon Prime members get a bonus 20% off and get game release day delivery.
Gears of War 4 with $25 Dell Gift Card for $59.99
Some initial impressions are out on the recently released preview of Gears of War and IGN thought it looked great. It retains the feel of what made the last games great and introduces some new weapons. Dell has one of the best deals running for this recent release with a $25 Dell gift card and next day business shipping. You can use that $25 gift card to buy other games or put it against a computer, monitor or other numerous electronics that Dell also sells.
Sony PS Plus 1-Year Members for $34.99 (Orig $49.99)
New Groupon users can save an extra $10 off with coupon code SAVE10. At $35 this is one of the lowest prices we see for PS Plus and a must have if you have a Playstation. You can horde tons of free games every month which are kept active with your membership. If you already have a membership you can stack multiple memberships on your account so definitely buy it now while this discount lasts.
2 Months of Gamefly for only $10
If you haven't heard of Gamefly, it's basically NetFlix for gaming. You get select the games you want to play, Gamefly mails it to you and you mail it back when you are done playing. The best part about it is you don't get stuck paying a high price for a game that has very little value after 6-months. If the game just has no replay value to it, don't worry, just send it back and get the next game on your list. This is a special introductory price of $10 for only 2-months to try out since it normally costs $15.95 each month.