Gaming is an expensive hobby. That’s why game lovers are always looking for deals! If you’re looking to save money on your favorite titles, you’ve come to the right place. Today, we’ve got deals on everything from Xbox GamePass to PlayStation Store gift cards. Let’s get right into these deals so you can save some money and get back to your game time!
The most affordable way to play a ton of games is to grab an affordable gaming PC and subscribe to Game Pass. Xbox Game Pass is a $10-per-month subscription that gives you access to a massive library of first-party Microsoft games and some third-party titles. If you’re the kind of player who jumps around to a bunch of different games in short succession before finding something you like, you’ll love this service.
You can get a 3-month subscription to the PC version of Game Pass today from Amazon for just $24. That’s $6 off MSRP, making it an even better deal than usual. Game Pass is getting better all the time, too: Microsoft will soon add heavy hitters like Bethesda’s lineup of legendary RPGs, and Blizzard’s hits like Diablo and Overwatch.
There’s something so satisfying about getting a digital gift card on sale. You can grab a $50 PlayStation Store card from Eneba today for only $42 when you use the promo code 50USPSN. This is effectively a “build your own discount” offer, letting you just take $8 off the price of any game you want from the PlayStation store.
If you haven’t tried some of Sony’s excellent first-party titles yet, this is your chance. The excellent Horizon: Forbidden West came out recently, so it’s not likely to get a true discount soon. Use this code to get yourself a discount and enjoy one of the best games of the year!
If you own a Nintendo Switch, you might want to play games like Mario Kart and Animal Crossing online. If so, you’ll need a subscription to Nintendo Switch Online. This is usually $20 per year, but you can get it on a (very small) discount from Amazon right now, at $18.59.
A subscription to the service also gives you access to a wide library of NES and SNES games, so you’re basically paying to access this classic backlog. This includes some of the best games ever made, like The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Super Metroid!