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The best Cyber Monday deals at GameStop

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The sale even includes first-party Nintendo titles

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You can save big on Halo: The Master Chief Collection, gaming headsets, and accessories at GameStop.

GameStop's launched its Cyber Monday sales, featuring huge savings on digital and physical copies of games, gaming keyboards, and headsets for their lowest prices ever. There are even a number of excellent promotions that are of great value, whether you're trying to snag a new console or build out your existing library.

Of course, GameStop isn't the only place with the best Cyber Monday deals, so make sure to check out our ever-expanding guide to Cyber Monday, as well as our retailer and brand-specific pages if you're looking to cash in on more great savings.

Promotions

Xbox All Access is a program that's been offered by Microsoft before but represents a unique opportunity for anyone that's still trying to score an Xbox Series X or Series S. This package includes a new console and controller, as well as a 24-month subscription to GamePass Ultimate and EA Play. Instead of paying a lump sum, however, you apply for a limited line of credit, essentially turning your new console into a subscription service that you pay off over the course of 24 months without interest. The total cost for the Series X service is $840 ($35 a month), while the Series S will cost $600 ($25 a month).

Full disclosure: if all of this is starting to sound like a credit check, that's because it basically is. Applying for GamePass requires you to disclose your social security number and annual income for approval, and even then, it's not a guarantee that you'll get a console. However, from a value standpoint, the deal is solid. All of the services, when paired with the hardware, don't cost any more than they would if you purchased them individually — the program just gives you the option of paying in installments.

Xbox All Access

An installment plan offered through Microsoft and Citizen One, Xbox All Access includes an Xbox console of your choice, as well as a 24-month subscription to EA Play and Xbox Game Pass.

For anyone that prefers gaming with a little more paper, GameStop is offering a buy two, get one free deal on tons of Magic: The Gathering products. This offer applies to bundles, booster packs, gift boxes, and commander decks while they last. The prices for these products remain unchanged, but this promo can net you a discount of up to $42, depending on what you buy.

Magic: The Gathering

A limited promotion at GameStop is offering Magic: The Gathering sets for buy two, get one free. This offer applies to any Magic products they currently have in stock.

Video game deals

While GameStop has discounted tons of games, the biggest deal here has to be the price break on first-party Nintendo titles. Games from the Zelda or Mario franchises are rarely available for less than full price. What's even better is this deal extends to digital downloads of these games, so you can get them right away. There is also a solid assortment of Xbox and PlayStation titles available at a deep discount. We've put together a few highlights for each platform below, as well as what version the discount applies to. We've only listed prices for new versions of these titles; however, you can often save a little more if you choose to buy preowned.

Nintendo Switch

PlayStation 4

PlayStation 5

Xbox Series X/S

Accessory deals

GameStop is also discounting tons of great peripherals from big names like Razer and Logitech. Whether you need a new keyboard, mouse, or headset, there are several great deals here that are the lowest prices we've seen. Again, GameStop does offer some of these models preowned, which can save you a little more, but we've linked exclusively to new models with the appropriate pricing info.

Keyboard deals

Razer Huntsman Mini

The Huntsman Mini is Razer's first 60 percent keyboard. It doesn't feature a numpad or dedicated media controls, but it's a very compact model that won't take up much space on your desk.

Logitech G915 Lightspeed TKL

This scaled-down version of the G915 uses a tenkeyless design, ditching the number pad but keeping the same low-profile silhouette and wireless connectivity. The G915 TKL can be equipped with clicky, linear, or tactile switches and features RGB backlighting.

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