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GameFly Has Big Discounts On Recent Games For PS5 And Xbox Series X (Preowned)

Save big on pre-played copies of the latest PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch games.


GameFly’s massive Preplayed Blowout sale is now live, with dozens of used physical games on sale at some of their lowest prices yet, and you can even get free shipping on many of these games. It's also worth noting that preowned games from GameFly come with the original box and inserts.

Many of the games in the sale are recent PS5 and Xbox Series X releases from this year, like the Sekiro-inspired Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, which is just $40. You can also grab the Dead Space remake for $45, Like a Dragon: Ishin! for $35, and Wild Hearts for $45.

Gamefly’s Preowned Blowout is also a great way to catch up on some of the biggest games from last year. God of War: Ragnarok is down to $45, Horizon: Forbidden West is just $28, and Marvel’s Midnight Suns is $28. Note that these discounts apply to used prices; these games normally cost $60-$70 band new, so you’re saving quite a bit buying pre-owned copies.

Used Nintendo Switch games are also on sale. Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope is available for $25, Dragon Quest Treasures is $40, and Harvestella is $30. And if you’re looking to fill out your last-gen library, many used PS4 and Xbox One are games are on sale too, like New Tales From The Borderlands: Deluxe Edition, Death Stranding, and One Piece Odyssey.

More of our favorite deals in GameFly’s Preplayed Blowout are listed below, and you can browse all the discounts over at GameFly. The deals are available to anyone--you do not need to be a GameFly subscriber to buy their used games--though GameFly Rewards members can save a few extra bucks on select titles.

GameFly Preowned Blowout Sale

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