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Some Great PC, PS4, And Xbox One Games Are Buy One, Get One 50% This Week
Buy one recently released game from Best Buy and get a second one at a steep discount.
This year's Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales may be over, but those aren't the end of the game deals you'll find this holiday season. If you're still in the market for some new titles, Best Buy has kicked off a new buy one, get one 50% off promotion that gives you the chance to score a nice discount on some of this year's biggest releases for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The promotion is available both in-store and on Best Buy's website and features a good selection of recently released titles for PS4 and Xbox One. These include Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Madden NFL 18, Star Wars Battlefront II, NBA 2K18, Assassin's Creed Origins, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, WWE 2K18, Call of Duty: WWII, and Destiny 2. The PC versions of the latter two games are also eligible for the discount, while the sole Switch game included in the promotion is FIFA 18.
If you purchase any of the aforementioned games at their standard price of $60, you can get a second title from the list for 50% off, dropping its price down to $30, which is comparable to many of the sale prices that were available on Black Friday. To take advantage of the offer, simply go on Best Buy's website and add the two titles you'd like to pick up to your cart. The discount will be reflected when you check out.
This promotion doesn't stack with other Best Buy offers, but Gamers Club Unlocked members will still receive an additional discount for the titles. The GCU program gives members 20% off of all new game purchases at Best Buy, so you can purchase one of the aforementioned games for $48 and the second title will drop down to $24. A two-year GCU membership runs for $30.
The buy one, get one 50% off promotion will only be available through Saturday, December 9, so if you've had your eye on any of these titles but have yet to pick them up, this would be a good opportunity. There will likely be more game deals in the weeks leading up to Christmas, so be sure to check GameSpot as more sales and promotions are announced.
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