Best Buy continues to pretend it’s November. Following last week’s Black Friday in July sale, the retailer has followed it up today with a Cyber Monday sale.
Among the new deals is one on Nintendo Eshop gift cards, which can be redeemed on Switch, 3DS, or Wii U: purchasing a $ 50 card entitles you to a $ 10 card for free. In light of how infrequent deals on the Switch’s Eshop have proven to be so far–there’s been, uh, one–this is essentially an opportunity to take $ 10 off the price of any game, letting you get, say, Splatoon 2 for $ 50 instead of $ 60.
Some offers are completely new or steeper versions of those from last week; you can find Horizon: Zero Dawn for $ 30 ($ 24 with Gamers Club Unlocked), MLB 17 for $ 20 ($ 16), or DualShock 4 controllers for $ 40.
A number of other deals are repeats from last week, though that doesn’t make them any less worthwhile. PlayStation VR is $ 350, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is $ 10 ($ 8), Job Simulator is $ 10 ($ 8), Injustice 2 is $ 40 ($ 32), and Nioh is $ 40 ($ 32).
Games aren’t the only thing on sale, either. The complete series of Parks and Recreation is going for $ 30 on DVD, the Netgear Nighthawk AC2300 router is $ 150, and various TVs and monitors are discounted. You can check the full sale here; it runs until 10 PM PT / 1 AM ET tonight.
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