Buy 1, Get 1 Free Switch Exclusive Games And Other New Releases

Games that normally don't go on sale, like Octopath Traveler 2 and Xenoblade Chronicles 3, are now part of an enticing promotion at GameStop.


Switch exclusives are notoriously resistant to discounts, and it’s not uncommon to see a game that launched years ago still listed for $60. But if you’re looking to add a few new games to your collection without stretching your budget, consider heading over to GameStop, which is offering a shockingly great buy one, get one free deal on a slew of awesome titles.

Cashing in on the sale is simple. Just check out the catalog of included games, add two games in new condition to your cart, and the cheaper one will be discounted to $0. There are some huge names in the promotion, including fairly recent releases like Octopath Traveler 2 and Xenoblade Chronicles 3. game has been discounted much at all since launch, and now that you can snag one for free, it’s a great time to check them out. Octopath Traveler 2 also happens to be discounted to $45, which would be a great deal by itself..

While Switch exclusives are arguably the most enticing games on sale, you’ll also find a few PS5 and Xbox Series X titles mixed in among Mario, Zelda, Pokemon, and Fire Emblem. This includes the iconic Elden Ring, the tactical Marvel’s Midnight Suns, and Like a Dragon: Ishin.

The best way to make use of this sale is to snag games that don’t frequently go on sale. You’ll also want to pick up games that are the most expensive, as the cheapest game of the two will be reduced to $0, regardless of price. So if you choose $40 and $20 games, you’ll only save $20. But if you pick $60 and $50 games, you’ll save $50.

Be sure to check out the full catalog, but we’ve highlighted some of our favorites below.

B1G1 Free Catalog at GameStop

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