You don’t have to wait until Amazon’s Big Deal Days (essentially Prime Day Round 2) begin on October 10th to start saving on video games. Several retailers, including Amazon, are already slashing prices on PS5, Switch and Xbox titles. So if you’re desperate to get your hands on a new adventure, there are plenty of discounted options to choose from.
More early Prime Day Round 2 deals
Here’s a look at the best PS5, Switch and Xbox games on sale ahead of the second round of Prime Day. Be sure to check back once the event begins as this list will be updated with new offers as they go live.
The best PS5 video game deals
Tons of PS5 games are currently on sale, including the recently released Madden NFL 24 for just $49 (was $70). That’s the best price we’ve seen for the game, and if you’re unhappy with how the football season is going so far, it offers a great way to escape reality. You can also find Dead Space for $40, Miles Morales Ultimate Edition for $43, and Gran Turismo 7 for $41.
The best Switch video game deals
Target is one of the best places to find deals on Switch games right now, although you’ll need to be a Target Circle member to take advantage of the savings. Membership is completely free and once you sign up you’ll have access to a handful of tempting discounts. These include The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD and Mario Strikers for $40 each. And if you haven’t played Tears of the Kingdom yet, Walmart is currently offering it for just $48. For a classic Zelda adventure, check out Link’s Awakening for just $40 on Amazon.
The best Xbox video game deals
There aren’t quite as many great Xbox deals as there are on Switch and PS5, but you’ll still find a few price cuts worth checking out. Dead Space is only $40 (was $70), and if you’re looking for a spooky game for the spooky season, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better title. Other notable discounts included a used copy of Diablo IV for $40 (was $70), Resident Evil 4 for $40 (was $60), and Street Fighter 6 for $49.
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