Flash Deal: Fire Emblem: Three Houses Is $46 With Free Shipping (US)

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[Update: This deal has sold out.]

Fire Emblem: Three Houses releases Friday, July 26 on Nintendo Switch, and surprisingly, the game is already on sale at release. If you live near a Walmart, you can pick up the game for just $49.94 in stores on release day. But an even better deal is available for a limited time at MassGenie, where you can get the game for $45.95 with free shipping as part of a limited-time Power Deal. While coupon code FETHNSWITCH is technically valid until July 31, we expect this Power Deal will sell out quickly, as over 300 copies have been sold already and only 360 copies total were reserved for the offer, according to MassGenie.

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Get Fire Emblem: Three Houses for $45.95

To claim the deal at MassGenie, either click the button above or head to the product page and hit the button that says "Power Deal." You'll be prompted to either log in or create a free account if you don't already have one. Afterward, you'll be redirected to checkout, where you'll see coupon code FETHNSWITCH automatically applied, dropping the price to $45.95.

The game earned a 9/10 in GameSpot's Fire Emblem: Three Houses review for its variety of characters and storylines, streamlined strategy elements, rewarding time management requirements, and more.

"A second playthrough treads familiar ground in the beginning, but after learning and growing so much in the first, it feels fresh, too," wrote GameSpot's Kallie Plagge. "That speaks to Three Houses' mechanical complexity and depth as well as the connections it fosters with its characters--and whether you're managing inventories or battlefields, it's the kind of game that's hard to put down, even when it's over."

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