Far Cry takes on white working class voters with next week’s release of Far Cry 5, meaning you only have a few days left to preorder and save 20% with Amazon Prime. As always, the discount only works on physical copies of the game, and you won’t see the discount until you get to checkout.
Mario is getting the Zelda treatment this year with his own hardcover encyclopedia, and preorders on Amazon are currently marked down to $24, from the MSRP of $40. The limited edition, which comes with an item block slipcase and randomized cover, is also on sale for $48, down from its launch price of $80.
A bunch of our readers preordered the Slide Wallet last year during its crowdfunding campaign, and now, the same team is back with the Slim Wallet.
The upcoming expanded edition of the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild official guide looks like the ultimate memento for the ultimate game. The hardcover guide is a whopping 512 pages long, and includes a 36 page atlas with the location of every shrine and Korok seed, walkthroughs for every divine beast and shrine,…
Star Wars Battlefront II, complete with a single player campaign, comes out on Friday, and Prime members can preorder a copy for 20% off. Like all of these Prime preorder discounts, you won’t see the savings until you get to the final checkout screen.
The Onion “obtained” 700 pages of internal documents from the Trump White House, and they’ve been compiled into a book that you can order on Amazon for an all-time low price.
Update: Today’s the last day you could preorder and reasonably hope to get it on launch day.
The Fast & Furious franchise is getting another box set, this time with a bonus disc, lenticular packaging, and space for The Fate of the Furious once it comes out. Preorders were selling for $100 until recently, when Amazon dropped it to $60. And if you order now, and the price drops any further, you’ll automatically…
The new Nintendo Switch will be out on March 3, and if the great NES Classic famine of 2016 was any indication, you’re going to want to preorder to have any chance of getting one on launch day.
Update 2: Now available at GameStop and Walmart, if you hurry.
The new PS4 Pro may be supply constrained at launch, and it may not. But if you preorder, you won’t be charged until it ships, so there’s no harm in locking in an order now.
Star Fox Zero releases on Friday, and you don’t need to do a barrel roll to save on your copy; you just need Amazon Prime. As with all preorder and new-release video games, Prime members will save an extra 20% at checkout, bringing the game down to $48. Note: You won’t see the discount until checkout.
Final Fantasy XV is up for preorder on Amazon, which means that Prime members can save 20% on their order, including on the Deluxe Edition. Just note that you won’t see your discount until checkout.
Fitbit’s forthcoming Alta is a fashion-focused fitness tracker with a lot of smarts, and you can preorder yours from Amazon today for $109, or $21 below MSRP. There’s no release date listed yet, but it should come out sometime in March. [Preorder Fitbit Alta, $109]
As if you needed another reason to get Amazon Prime, members can now save 20% on select all video game preorders, including blockbusters like Quantum Break, Uncharted 4, and the open world Legend of Zelda.
If all of that leaked Fallout 4 gameplay footage has you itching to explore the Commonwealth, this is a friendly reminder that Prime members can save $10 on their console preorder, complete with launch day delivery. [Fallout 4, $50 for Prime members. Discount shown at checkout]
Amazon just activated one of their awesome Prime preorder discounts on Rise of the Tomb Raider for Xbox One. As long as you’re signed into a Prime account, you should see a $10 discount at checkout. [Preorder Rise of the Tomb Raider, $50]
Guitar Hero Live comes out next week, and Prime members who preorder can save $10 on either the one or two-guitar bundles. As always, you won’t see the discount until checkout. It looks like it’s going to be awesome.
If Fallout 4’s cheesy new live action trailer has you excited, you can save $7 on your PS4 or Xbox One preorder from Amazon, if you’re a Prime member. Less than a month away!
We’re only two weeks away from a new Halo game, and if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can save $10-$20 on your preorder. As always with Amazon preorders, you won’t be charged until the game ships, you should get it on launch day, and if it gets any cheaper between now and October 27, you’ll automatically get the…