Daily Deals: Save on Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Cowboy Bebop for $14

From IGN - October 10, 2017
By Seth G. Macy

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Out Today! - 20% off Middle Earth: Shadow of War (PS4, Xbox, PC)

Ourreviewis in, and Dan Stapleton just awarded it an IGN Editors' Choice. There are lots of chances to save when you grab your copy.


PS4 Pro 1TB Destiny 2 Bundle for $399

This bundle is reduced in price by fifty bucks, but really when you add it all up, the savings are even bigger, especially considering it includes a digital pass for upcoming Destiny 2 expansions. And it's a physical copy of Destiny 2 to boot, so you can start playing shortly after setting everything up.


55" TCL 55S4054K Smart HDTV for $398

This TV is stacked in every possible way except for price. It's 4K, HDR ready, has Roku cooked right in, it's 55-inches, and it has solid reviews. That $399 price tag is the icing on the cake.


Own Cowboy Bebop: The Complete Series Digitally for $13.99

This excellent anime series is available in its entirety on Amazon Video right now for just $14. You can watch it anywhere you have an internet connection and a compatible device, making this somewhat superior to the Blu-ray collection if you value convenience.


1-year of Webroot Internet Security Complete for 5 Devices Is Only $15

This is what I use on my own personal computer. It's really excellent, has a super low footprint and scans take minutes or even seconds to complete. Highly recommend this one, especially at this insane price.


Rocket League for Only $9.39

Rocket League is ridiculous amounts of fun, and you can get a download code for less than $10 right now for PC.


Duck Tape Brand Duct Tape for Under $5

Duct tape is extremely useful to have around. It can be used to repair things, seal things, you can make craft projects with it, and more. Grab a roll or two to keep on hand for those times when you need it.


Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker for $25

Bluetooth speakers are things of beauty. Instead of suffering the hollow sound of your phone or laptop speakers, a Bluetooth speaker fills out your music with rich and lovely sounds. This one from AOMAIS is great for singing in the shower, because it's waterproof, too.


Turtle Beach Wired Headset for PC/Xbox 360/PS3 (Refurb) for Only $24

Turtle Beach makes excellent headsets for gaming, and right now you can get a refurbished pair for a great price. They have 50 mm drivers, putting them just shy of something like the HyperX Cloud II's 53mm drivers, but at a fraction of the cost.


TaoTronics 2-Liter Cool Mist Humidifier for $32

Winter's icy grip is nearly upon us, squeezing out the moisture from the very air we breath and replacing it with piercing dryness. Fight back against the upcoming scourge of dry winter air with this 2-liter humidifier. It might not seem like it now, but when February comes you will be glad.

55" LG OLED55B7A 4K OLED HDTV + $150 Dell Gift Card for $1799

Here's a nice $200 price drop from the manufacturer coupled with a $150 gift card that can be used at OLEDs are the creme de la creme of HDTVs. They offer unprecedented black levels and feature true HDR.


Your Name (Kimi no Nawa)Blu-ray + DVD for $19.99

Out on 11/7. This is a very good anime flick (98% onRotten Tomatoes) and the technical presentation is top notch. This setis packaged in a silver holographic foil slipcover. Also available for preorder is the Limited Edition Blu-ray + DVD combo, which presents the moviein a two-piece double-sided collectible chipboard box with rainbow holographic finish, 2-disc soundtrack in English and Japanese, and 60-page hardcover art book and digipack.


Homall Executive Swivel Leather Gaming Chair w/ Lumbar for $99.99

Features an easily washable PU leather upholstery, headrest, lumbar support, full 180-degree reclinability and 360-degree swivel. It's also currently Amazon's best selling gaming chair.


FREE DC Digital Comics on Amazon


Parks and Recreation Complete Series (DVD) for $18.99

Watch Chris Pratt pre-Starlord. Of course there are plenty of other great cast members, including Amy Poehler, Adam Scott, Aziiz Ansari, Aubrey Plaza, and of course, Nick Offerman.


Mr Robot Seasons 1 and 2 (Blu-ray) for $13.99 Each


Disney Anniversary Blu-ray Movie Classics down to $9.99


Mass Effect: Andromeda Deluxe Edition (PS4, Xbox One) for under $13

Price will not stop dropping. Deluxe Edition includes new skins, armor, and weapons, multiplayer boosts, a unique pet, and the digital soundtrack.

Nintendo Switch (Neon) in stock on Amazon

Get it quick while it lasts!


Nintendo Switch Super Mario Odyssey Bundle for $379.99

Finally available on Amazon. Release date is 10/27.


Out 11/3 - Nintendo 3DS XL Pokeball Edition now on Amazon

The 2DS XL is a 3DSL XL without the 3D. I own a 3DS XL and I have never used the 3D functionality, ever. In my opinion, if you were shopping around for a new DS, I'd rather save $40 and go with the 2DS XL.


Philips Norelco Multigroom Beard, Stubble, and Body Trimmer for $16.45

Dell Columbus Day 4K HDTV Sale

New Humble Monthly Bundle ft The Elder Scrolls and Quake for $12Up to 50% off Preowned Video Games at GamestopSeagate 4TB Portable Hard Drive for $105 and more

Dell XPS 8910 Intel Core i5 Quad-Core AMD Radeon RX 580 PC for $850

Out 10/17 - 20% off Gran Turismo Sport Limited Edition (PS4)Out 10/20 - 20% off Fire Emblem Warriors (Switch, 3DS)Out 10/27 - 20% off Assassin's Creed: Origins (PS4, Xbox One)

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