Target's Circle Week Sale Has Some Of The Best Gaming Deals Of The Year

Target has a bunch of great deals on video games, including a massive discount on Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and Xbox Game Pass memberships.


Circle Week is now live at Target, offering enticing discounts on video games, laptops, and other electronics until July 15. You’ll need to be a Circle Member to cash in on the savings, but signing up is entirely free (and only takes a few seconds). Target's sale is competing directly with Prime Day 2023, which runs July 11-12.

Once you’ve created an account, be sure to sign in before checking out all the deals. You’ll also want to make sure you press the “Save” button for the offer--which can be found right below the big red “Add to cart” button. If you don’t press the “Save” button, you won’t see your full discount.

There are a bunch of great discounts, too--including Super Mario Odyssey for $30 (down from $60), Star Wars Jedi: Survivor for $44 (down from $70), and a 3-Month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Membership for $36 (down from $45). All three are among the best prices we’ve seen this year, so be sure to check them out while you can. You should also take a look at Target's 50% off promotion on Sony Inzone gaming headsets for PS5 and PC (Switch compatible, too). The premium Sony Inzone H9 is down to $150, which is by far its lowest price ever.

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You’ll also find a massive price cut on the Lenovo 15.6-Inch Touchscreen IdeaPad, which is now just $390 (down from $740). It probably won’t be running today’s hottest games, but it’s a great option for a college student or young professional that needs a reliable, portable laptop that’s capable of running multiple apps with ease. It’s also easy on the eyes (and looks much more premium than its price tag would lead you to believe.

Beyond the above deals, you’ll find an assortment of earbuds, TVs, keyboards, and other accessories on sale. There’s even a $400 price drop on the iRobot Roomba i6+ Robot Vacuum, so you can keep gaming while your robot butler takes care of the chores. For more deals outside of gaming, check out GameSpot sister site TV Guide's shopping hub.

You’ll find a list of the best deals at Target below.

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