Amazon Just Launched An Awesome Sale On Switch, PS4, And Xbox One Games

The sale will likely end when Target's wraps up on March 1.


Amazon matches rival competitors' sales so frequently that it would almost be a surprise at this point if it didn't do it. Once again, a day after Target launched its Save 25% Sale, Amazon has kicked off its own very similar sale, offering awesome discounts on a bunch of popular Switch, PS4, and Xbox One games. Target's sale is for in-store pickup orders only, so Amazon's sale is better when it comes to convenience. Stock will also probably sell out pretty quickly for the best deals, so you'll want to get your orders in as soon as possible.

For this sale, you have to check the coupon box to get the additional savings (25%). You'll see the final price at checkout. Though Amazon doesn't list end dates on its sales, it will probably run until Target's promotion ends on March 1. Amazon's sale doesn't feature every game offered in Target's sale, but it still boasts a ton of great deals.

Nintendo Switch users can pick up a pair of excellent RPGs for even more excellent prices. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive drops to $37.49, which is an incredible price for a game that previously never went for under $50. Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is just $22.49 (was $50).

On PS4, you can grab some of 2019's hits for super low prices. Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition is $30 (was $60), Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is $28.49 (was $40), and Metro Exodus is $15 (was $60). Death Stranding's Collector's Edition, which includes your own BB Pod, is on sale for $149.25 (was $200).

Meanwhile, Xbox One users can snag one of the best action games in recent memory, Devil May Cry 5, for just $15. There are a number of multi-platform deals as well. Borderlands 3 on PS4 and Xbox drops to $22.49 (was $60), and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is discounted to $40 (was $60).

Unfortunately, there isn't a dedicated hub on Amazon for the sale, but you can check out the best deals below.

Best game deals at Amazon

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