256GB of Switch Storage for $30, Dropmix Music Gaming System for $19.99, 14% off Ken Amiibo, RTX 2080 Gaming PC for $999.99
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The best Nintendo Switch deal of 2019 is back, plus the selection of games has changed to include the best non-Mario titles as well as the Mario ones. Choose between a neon or gray Switch along with one of five games (Super Mario Odyssey, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Super Mario Party, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, or Splatoon 2), an exclusive Mario Pin, and a card reader all for only $329.99. This deal won’t last long.
This movie won the Oscar for best animated film of 2018 and it wholeheartedly deserves it. This movie is amazing and, in my opinion, I enjoyed it even more than Spider-Man: Homecoming. It makes great use of a diverse array of art styles and it’s a very novel twist on the traditional Spider-Man story. Don’t miss out!
This is an outstanding price considering the fact that the normal list price is $99.99. DropMix was developed by Hasbro with Harmonix, creators of Rock Band and Dance Central. You get 60 DropMix cards from various popular artists and tracks to create your own song mixes. We even reviewed it and called it “one of the most exciting games of recent years”.
After plunking down $300 on a Nintendo Switch, you might find it hard to spend more money on accessories. Unfortunately, the Switch only comes with 32GB of onboard storage, which is inadequate if you hope to build out any kind of digital library. Fortunately, you can increase your storage capacity 9-fold for only $30. For most people, a 256GB card is all you’ll ever need to hold every single one of your games.
2TB, 4TB. or even 6TB too small for you? This massive 8TB hard drive from Amazon is close to the largest size you can get in a single drive enclosure. This easily beats out the 8TB deals we saw on Black Friday.
The Ken amiibo was released just last week. Not only does Amazon have it in stock, it’s been discounted by 20% off. The Young Link amiibo (now out of stock) was discounted last week, and that deal lasted a very short time. We expect the same fate with this one.
Preorder the digital deluxe edition directly from Microsoft and get 10% off (20% off for EA Access members). This is the only discount we’ve seen for a game that went up for preorder just a few days ago.
Yes, you’re getting an RTX 2070 equipped desktop for just under $1K. According to our RTX 2070 review, this card is more powerful than the GTX 1080. The Ryzen 7 1700 is simply the prior generation model of the Ryzen 7 2700 and has 95% of its gaming prowess, plus it still boasts 8 cores under its hood. You also get 16GB RAM, 500GB SSD, and a “mini” chassis size.
According to our GTX 1660 Ti review, the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti is close in performance to the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti or the RTX 2060. Combine that with the latest generation AMD Ryzen 5 6-core processor, 8GB RAM, and 500GB SSD, and you have yourself a killer rig for less than $800.
This is a great price for a budget conscious shopper who still wants a gaming-worthy laptop. Specs include a 15.6″ 1080p IPS display, 8th generation Intel Core i5-8300H quad-core processor, 16GB RAM, dual drives (256GB SSD + 1TB HDD), and GeForce GTX 1060 6GB video card.
The Vizio P-series TV lineup is often considered Vizio’s cream of the crop, but there’s actually a TV model that’s even superior, and that’s the P-series Quantum. The Quantum series improves image quality by increasing the number of active LED dimming zones to 192 and pumping up the brightness to 2000 nits. This makes it an exceptional TV for 4K and HDR content. Other features include 240Hz refresh rate, ultra-thin bezel, Chromecast built right in, and an included SmartCast remote with voice recognition.
Dell has kicked off this week with a selection of 13 Vizio, Sony, Samsung, and LG TVs. They’ve discounted several well-rated current model TVs the way they always do – with a 90-day gift card that can be used on practically anything at Dell.com, including consoles, monitors, VR headsets, games, video cards, computers, and more.
4K Smart HDTVs:
- 49″ LG 49UK6090 4K Smart HDTV + $100 Gift Card for $350
- 50″ Vizio V505-G9 4K Smart HDTV + $100 Gift Card for $330
- 55″ Sony KD55X750 4K Smart HDTV + $200 Gift Card for $750
- 65″ LG 65UK6090 4K Smart HDTV + $150 Gift Card for $650
- 75″ LG 75UK6190 4K Smart HDTV + $250 Gift Card for $999.99
- 86″ LG 86UK6570 4K Smart HDTV + $350 Gift Card for $2297
Premium 4K Smart HDTVs with True HDR:
- 55″ Sony XBR-55A8 4K OLED Smart HDTV + $400 GC for $2298
- 65″ Vizio P55-F1 4K HDR Smart HDTV + $250 GC for $999.99
- 65″ Vizio PQ65-F1 4K HDR Smart HDTV + $400 GC for $1499.99
- 65″ Sony XBR65X900 4K HDR Smart HDTV + $350 GC for $1698
If you’re looking to future proof your next router, the Netgear Nighthawk AX8 is the one to get. This is the best and fastest router in the highly rated Nighthawk lineup. It boasts the new 802.11AX wireless spec (it is backwards compatible with 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac) and is the first router with multi-gig ethernet port (achievable by combining the bandwidth of 2 ethernet ports). Other features include 8-stream MU-MIMO technology, 6 gigabit ethernet ports, 2 USB 3.0 ports, and wireless controllability via smart app.
The Apple Watch Series 3 is back at the lowest price it has ever been. If you don’t need the ECG or other medical capabilities of the Series 4, you’ll be saving $200 by going just one generation back. The Series 3 features an aluminum case that’s waterproof up to 50 meters, built-in heart rate monitor, GPS, and its small, sleek, and looks almost identical to the Series 4.
This is Dell’s highest end gaming PC outside of Alienware. Not only are you getting a GTX 1080 video card capable of handling any game out there (including VR), you’re also getting an 8th gen Intel Core i7 6-core processor and 16GB of RAM. If you want an even greater improvement in performance, I would recommend getting an SSD to pair with the included 1TB hard drive.
- Use code “AFF300XPS” to get it at Dell for $1299
Use code “PSPSAVE”
First things first, you must create a (free) StackSocial account in order to use this coupon code. PS Plus membership discounts only happen a few times a year so grab this deal when you can. This membership gives lets you play games online, plus you’ll get the best discounts at the Playstation Store, as well as new free games every month. This month, for example, gives you two great PS4 games: Conan Exile and The Surge.
- Use code “PSPSAVE” to get it at StackSocial for $42.99
This deal is limited to first time subscribers (although there are reports that it works with anyone who doesn’t have an active subscription). Xbox Game Pass gives you unlimited access to a huge library of Xbox games. You’re free to play them when, where, and how often you want as long as your subscription is still active. Current popular titles include State of Decay 2, Sea of Thieves, Gears of War 4, Warhammer: Vermintide 2, Rocket League, Fallout 4, and much much more.
This is one of very few themed Switch consoles (if you don’t count the ones that are “themed” with different colored Joy-Cons). It’s been sold out for most of the time since it was released late last year, but inventory has been replenished today. The bundle includes the Switch with yellow and gold Joy-Cons as well as a custom designed back and dock, a copy of Pokemon: Let’s Go! and the Poke Ball Plus. There’s no upcharge compared to buying this bundle separately, and you won’t get this design any other way.
The price of this bundle has dropped an additional $20 today, making it a great value compared to buying each item individually. This bundle includes the Switch console, Starlink starter pack (including the game), and your choice of Starlink accessory. The Switch version includes the Starfox character as well as the iconic Arwing starfighter.
The Sega Genesis Mini is now up for preorder with a slated release date of September 19. 40 games will be pre-loaded onto the console. The 10 we know of at the moment are:
- Ecco the Dolphin
- Castlevania: Bloodlines
- Space Harrier 2
- Shining Force
- Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine
- Toe Jam & Earl
- Comix Zone
- Sonic the Hedgehog
- Altered Beast
- Gunstar Heroes
All reports indicate that Sega is going to do this release right. According to our own Seth Macy, “if you have emulation worries, Sega has M2 working on the emulation for its mini console. If you’re unfamiliar with M2, it handled the excellent Sega Ages Collections and also the delightful Sega 3D Classic collections for Nintendo 3DS. It would be hard to find a developer with a better pedigree to handle the software for the first-party Sega Genesis Mini.“
This bundle adds these two items:
- Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells (currently $299)
- Bowflex 5.1 Adjustable Bench (currently $229)
for only $299.99. That’s like buying the dumbbells at the new discounted price, and then getting the bench for free. If you want a complete upper body workout with minimal equipment, free weights are an excellent choice. The space-saving SelectTech dumbells are a single pair of dumbbells that can be easily adjusted from 5lbs all the way up to 52lbs.
Eric Song is IGN’s deal curator and spends 25% of his pay on stuff he posts.