Published: Wed, November 28, 2018
Industry | By Dora Warner

The Best Cyber Monday deals of 2018

The Best Cyber Monday deals of 2018

GameStop's Cyber Monday deals, which were unveiled this morning, seem like they will be just as good, if not a bit better, for online shoppers. The Nintendo Switch Cyber Monday deal is available on Amazon for $299. You can save on a Pro Controller too.

The HyperX Revolver GunMetal headset will be discounted at $69.99, while the PDP Afterglow AG9 PS4 and Xbox One headsets will see their prices drop to $49.99.

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The Xbox One X is the best video game console ever made, and when we reviewed it previous year, we gave it a 9.0 out of 10, praising it for its faster loading times and lovely 4K rendering.

In terms of individual games, this again stacks on top of current discounts. Ultimate Edition Mario Pack | now £339.99 at NintendoNow this is a tasty Nintendo Switch Black Friday deal. In the pre-owned shelves, you will be able to dig in with a buy 2 get one free offer. At present, those sites only offer discounts on 3DS and Wii U titles, but those old enough to remember the glory days of previous reward system Club Nintendo will likely have the odd figurine, poster, or other physical delight sitting around their homes as we speak. You can get a 3-pack for $329.99. You can shop for furniture, video game consoles, laptops and netbooks, clothing, toys, and much more.

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No 10 rejects call to include Sturgeon in TV Brexit debate
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