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February 20

Diablo 3 Ultimate Edition PS4 & Xbox One – Was $70 | Now $39 & Free Shipping @ Amazon.ca

Posted by on February 20, 2015 at 12:43 PM

Diablo 3 Ultimate Edition PS4 & Xbox One   Was $70 | Now $39 & Free Shipping @ Amazon.ca

Gamers! Amazon Canada has dropped the price substantially on Diablo 3 Ultimate Edition for the PS4 and the Xbox One. The price for the game on these new consoles is cheaper than it is for the PS3 and the Xbox 360. Originally $69.99, Diablo 3 Ultimate Evil Edition is now on sale for $39 with free shipping.

You can select either console edition through the link above. I price compared this PS4 and Xbox edition with other retails to find it substantially more expensive elsewhere:

  • $64.99 @ Future Shop Canada
  • $64.99 @ Best Buy Canada
  • $69.99 @ EB Games (new)
  • $59.99 @ EB Games (recycled)

You would also have to pay shipping at EB games if you bought from there. I checked Walmart Canada as well, but they only have the game for older consoles. Amazon Canada’s price is the best you can get right now – and it is hot!

There are two different versions – one is English only and the other is French only. May sure you buy the right version or you might end up with a game in a language you do not speak. Evidently the French version for the PS4 does have an English language software package that can be installed so the game plays in English. i do not know if the English version has a language pack you could install for French. This is rather silly in my mind – if movies can be bilingual, why can’t a game?

Over, this game is a killer purchase at this price. It also has garnered high reviews from gamers. One reviewer on the Xbox One edition said:

Addicting as hell, I spent the last 12 hours playing non-stop, forgot to eat, drink and call my girlfriend to tell her I loved her, I’m now single. You want a game that will make you forget you have a life? Buy this.

I feel sorry for his girlfriend.

What blows my mind is that such a popular title is currently on sale for 40% off its original price – for the two newest consoles. How on earth did that ever happen? Even the recycled version at EB games is not that cheap.

You will receive free shipping on this game as it costs over $25. This is a win-win situation my lovely Moosers! Pick up this game before it sells out.

(Expiry: unknown)

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February 10

Best Buy Canada: Trade-in 2 Select Games for $70 GC (In-Store)

Posted by on February 10, 2015 at 5:00 PM

Best Buy Canada: Trade in 2 Select Games for $70 GC (In Store)

Best Buy Canada has started their trade-in event yet again. As a special promotion, they are offering a $70 gift card when you trade in two select PS4, XBox One, or WiiU Games.

Games must include their original boxes. They will not accept duplicate titles regardless of which console they are for. There is a limit of one trade in promo (of two games) per customer.

The following titles are eligible for trade-in:

Xbox One & PS4

  • Assassin’s Creed Unity
  • Destiny
  • Dragon Age Requisition
  • Fifa 15
  • NBA 2K15
  • Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor
  • COD Advanced Warfare
  • Diablo III Ultimate Evil Ed ENG
  • WWE 2K15
  • NHL 15
  • GTA V
  • The Crew Ltd Edition
  • Dying Daylight

Other

  • PS4 Little Big Planet 3 Ltd Edition
  • Xbox One Forza Horizon 2
  • Xbox One Halo Master Chief Collection
  • Xbox One Sunset Overdrive Day One ED
  • Wii U Mario Kart 8
  • Wii U Super Smash Bros

While they are all pretty new games, this is an opportunity to trade them in for a good return on your original investment. Two games equal a $70 gift card, so you are getting $35 trade-in value per game. You can then use that credit to buy new games, or even buy other Previously Played titles.

Each previously played title is backed by a 30-day money back policy and are guaranteed to work. Your previously loved games will be sold to other eager gamers that just cannot afford to buy the game at full retail price.

I think this is an excellent incentive from Best Buy Canada and a very good trade-in value. These days, you are lucky to get $20 back for fairly new games from the trade-in stores. While it would make most sense just to sell the titles privately, some people just do not have the time to dedicate to privately selling.

This offer is available in store only and is only available for a couple more days. Then the games will go back down to their regular trade-in value (whatever that might be). I am a bit disappointed that PS3 titles are not included in this offer. I would LOVE to trade in a few PS3 titles for some store credit, but i guess they have had their day.

You can spend the gift card on anything Best Buy has to offer!

(Expiry: 12th February 2015)

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February 1

Microsoft Canada: $60 Off Xbox One with Evolve Pre-Order

Posted by on February 1, 2015 at 3:00 PM

Microsoft Canada: $60 Off Xbox One with Evolve Pre Order

Pre-Order the game Evolve for $69.99, and receive $60 off the Xbox One Console of your choice from Microsoft Canada.

Add both the console of your choice and the Evolve game to your cart for the discount to apply. This is a rather interesting deal as the Evolve game is $69.99, so you are essentially paying only $10 for a brand new Xbox game – if you want to look at it that way. The qualifying consoles are:

Now, this is only a deal if you are planning to get this game anyway. I price checked the game against Amazon, and they have it on pre-order for $69 so it is not like this game is selling for a lot cheaper elsewhere. The title will be released on the 10th of February 2015.

I do not know much about the game, but here is a synopsis from Amazon:

The creators of Left 4 Dead, Turtle Rock Studios, bring you Evolve, the next generation of multiplayer shooters where four hunters face-off against a single, player-controlled monster. Stalk your prey, execute your attack and prove you are the apex predator in adrenaline-pumping 4v1 matches.

This game is all about having fun with your friends. Grab three friends to go kill the big bad predator before it kills you. Choose a hunting style that best suits your personality, be it Trapper, Support, Assault, or Medic. There are different modes where even the flora and fauna are evil – you need to use them for your advantage or they will kill you.

Receive free shipping on all orders at the Microsoft Store Canada.

(Expiry: 16th February 2015)

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January 22

Microsoft Store: Bonus $10 Xbox Gift Card with Select Game Pre-Orders

Posted by on January 22, 2015 at 8:30 PM

Microsoft Store: Bonus $10 Xbox Gift Card with Select Game Pre Orders

Enjoy a bonus $10 Xbox Gift Card with the pre-order of select Xbox games at the Microsoft Store.

If you are planning to pre-order any games, you might as well get a nice little bonus with them since you will be paying full price for the game. Eligible titles for the bonus $10 gift card start at $49.99 and go up to $259.99.

For $49.99, you can pre-purchase Rugby 2015 for Xbox One. The title will not be released until the 24th of February, so you have approximately one month to wait. Be the pro-player you never had the figure for when you grab this game full of breathtaking kicks, tackles, and passes. The bonus $10 Xbox gift card does not hurt either.

Perhaps the most anticipated title of the New Year, Halo 5: Guardians for Xbox One is available for pre-order. Flop down $69.99 and get a bonus $10 Xbox Gift Card digital code with your purchase. Unfortunately, you will have to wait a while on this one; it is not scheduled for release until the end of December! If you follow the Halo franchise, then you know just how amazing this video game title has been in the past. The new version brings an all-new Arena multiplayer mode and new campaigns to keep you awake for days on end.

I think I need to play my current Final Fantasy game before my hubby will let me purchase another one. However, if you already came out of your locked bedroom covered in Cheetos dust, then pre-order Final Fantasy Type-0 HD at Microsoft. The game retails for $69.99 and will not be released until the end of 2015.

For pre-orders, you are required to give your credit card information and authorization but you will not be charged until the game is shipped. However, your bank may charge you a small reversible card-checking fee – but that should disappear within a few days. This way, your pre-order is a win-win situation as you can always cancel the order if you find it cheaper elsewhere.

There is a limit of one $10 gift card per qualifying Xbox One or Xbox 360 game title purchased for up to three game titles per person. Thus, this promotion can give you up to $30 in Xbox gift cards with your pre-orders. Shipping is free on all orders with Microsoft Canada.

(Expiry: 30th June 2016)

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December 24

Best Buy Canada: $150 Off Refurbished Xbox One Console With Kinect + 2 Digital Games – Just $350 (Starts @ 8pm)

Posted by on December 24, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Best Buy Canada: $150 Off Refurbished Xbox One Console With Kinect + 2 Digital Games   Just $350 (Starts @ 8pm)

Starting at 8pm EST tonight, the Xbox One 500GB console with Kinect will be dropping in price to just $349.99! Its original price is of $499.99 and it also comes with a free digital download of Ryse: Son of Rome.

It may be refurbished but this deal is guaranteed to fly off the shelves at it’s a whopping $150 discount! Refurbished is nothing to be scared of since you can rest assured that the product will function just as well or perhaps even better than a regular one. Plus, even if it doesn’t, you can just bring it back to the store. This console has a 90-day manufacturer’s limited warranty. Plus considering that video consoles are rather pircey at regular price, buying them refurbished is one of the best ways to save money. If you’re buying it for your kids, then you could just tell them that Santa ran a little late on delivering all the presents this year. Best Buy Canada: $150 Off Refurbished Xbox One Console With Kinect + 2 Digital Games   Just $350 (Starts @ 8pm)

On its own, an Xbox One console typically retails for $399.99 and $499.99 with Kinect, so just $350 for both the console, Kinect and even a free digital copy of a game definitely pushes this deal over the edge.

The promotional picture shows that this console also comes with a digital download of Ryse: Son of Rome but according to the description, it also comes with a digital copy of Dance Central Spotlight.

Since Best Buy ships all orders over $25 for free, you’re sure to get this console delivered at no extra cost. You might also be able to reserve it in-stores. If it’s available at your nearest Best Buy, then it might be a good idea to line up in the wee hours of Boxing Day morning just to make sure that your snag yourself a copy.

If you plan on taking advantage of this deal, then make sure to also pick up an extra Xbox One controller as the console only comes with one. Earlier today, Avi blogged about a deal at The Source, where it’s currently $39.99 instead of its usual price of $59.99.

(Image Credit: Major Nelson)

(Expiry: 28th December 2014)

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December 24

$20 Off Xbox One Wireless Controller – $39.99 @ The Source

Posted by on December 24, 2014 at 12:55 PM

 

$20 Off Xbox One Wireless Controller   $39.99 @ The Source

The Source Canada has discounted the Xbox One Wireless Controller from $59.99 down to $39.99 with free shipping! This is just one of their many Boxing week sales and one of the best offers in my opinion.

I price compared this controller with the competition right now:

  • $59.99 @ EB Games
  • $49.99 @ EB games (recycled)
  • $44.98 @ Amazon Canada
  • $59.99 @ Microsoft Canada
  • $58 @ NCIX Canada
  • $59.99 @ Newegg.ca (OOS)
  • $49 @ Walmart Canada

I cannot price compare with Best Buy or Future Shop right now as their websites are down preparing for the launch of their Boxing Day deals. However, I price compared with a ton of other stores including the legendary cheap giants (Walmart and Amazon), and The Source has by far the best price.

What can I tell you about this controller? I have never owned an Xbox so I am useless on the whole “it features this that and the other” presentation. This Xbox One controller is pretty much like the one before it (for the Xbox 3600 with slight modifications to make it more ergonomic and user friendly. Here are a few reviews:

I Love this controller. Its similar to the old one but they had changed it just slightly so it fits in your hands better.

and…

The xbox one controller is the best controller yet. one reason is easy to hold other reason is vibrate is perfect can even feel it in the triggers

I also do not expect this deal to hang around for long. It is a great discount and everyone who buys a new console knows you only get one controller in a console bundle and you need at minimum two if you are going to play with friends. Sure, you can be the lone gamer, but I find it much more fun to rant and rave and curse with a good friend.

Because the controller costs over $25, it will ship for free. For more great Boxing Week deals from The Source, check out Brooke’s post about The Source’s flyer.

(Expiry: 1st January 2014)

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December 21

Disney Infinity 2.0 Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack for Xbox One Was $75 | Now $39.99 @ Amazon.ca

Posted by on December 21, 2014 at 2:45 PM

Disney Infinity 2.0 Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack for Xbox One Was $75 | Now $39.99 @ Amazon.ca

Some of you Moosers might have an Xbox One sitting under your Christmas tree from Santa, and in that case you won’t want to pass this deal by. The Disney Infinity 2.0 Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack for Xbox One (Standard Edition) is only $39.99 right now, which is marvelous considering it was previously $75.

With this Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack from Amazon Canada, you and your kids will be able to use the Marvel figures to activate play sets in the virtual game. You can take on the role of the Marvel characters in this starter set which include Iron Man, Thor, and Black Widow. There are more than 20 Marvel characters available to purchase and add on to the fun as well. You can purchase these alternative characters to play as Captain America, Hulk, and so many more. This game should be fun for the whole household. Choose to create your own stores or even recreate your favourite comic book stories.

This Disney Infinity Marvel Starter pack also includes: Disney Infinity Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 Edition Video Game, Disney Infinity Base, Two Toy Box game discs, Marvel’s The Avengers play set piece, a Web Code card. This game is rated E for everyone, just make note that there is awesome cartoon violence like smashing trees and throwing cars.

If you have other gaming systems, this Disney Infinity 2.0 Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack is available at a discount for other consoles as well:

To ensure you get the best deal, I put together a little price comparison.

This Disney Infinity 2.0 Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack will also include the shipping cost from Amazon.ca. If you order now, Amazon Canada also states that your item will arrive before Christmas.

Reviewers on Amazon.ca seemed to love this one, one review states:

My boys can’t get enough of this game. They love superheroes and Infinity 2.0 is way better structured than the first one with helping guide them to missions. Since they are only 4 and 7 years old the concept of spending skill points needed to be explained but all in all a great game.

Which character will you choose to be, The Hulk crashing down trees and throwing cars – or Captain America to save the world?

(Expiry: Unknown)

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December 21

Refurbished Xbox One w/ Kinect & 3 Games only $349 @ Microsoft

Posted by on December 21, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Refurbished Xbox One w/ Kinect & 3 Games only $349 @ Microsoft

Microsoft Canada has a very good deal on a Refurbished Xbox One with Kinect and two games. Get the bundle for just $349, valued at $399.99 and get a bonus game with it!

You are getting a lot in this bundle:

  • Xbox One
  • Kinect Sensor
  • Xbox One wireless controller
  • Xbox One chat headset
  • Game – Dance Central Spotlight (download)
  • Game – Ryse: Son of Rome (download)

On top of that, you get to choose a third game free with your bundle purchase. This game has a retail value between $39.99 and $69.99 depending on the game you choose. Here are your highest value options:

  • Halo: The Master Chief Collection for Xbox One ($69.99)
  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare for Xbox One (English or French) ($69.99)
  • Destiny for Xbox One (English or French) ($69.99)
  • Sunset Overdrive for Xbox One ($64.99)
  • Forza Horizon 2 Day One for Xbox One ($64.99)
  • Titanfall for Xbox One ($59.99)

There are other options, but these are the ones I would recommend as they have the highest retail value.

Now, we have seen Xbox Ones around this price before but they never included the Kinect, which retails separately for around $160 (on Amazon). I was just looking around at any Xbox One bundles that had the Kinect included, and they tended to retail well above this price. Amazon Canada has the Assassins Creed Bundle and the Forza Bundle with Kinect for $499 each. The same goes for Walmart and Future Shop. Any bundle with the Kinect included retails for around $500 and does not include an extra game (only two games, not three).

Yes, this is a refurbished console and that may turn some people off. However, I think that refurbished is better as the bugs have already been worked out of the system. I have been buying refurbished products for years and rarely have a problem with them. I consider the money saved worth the price of not buying something ‘absolutely new.’

The refurbished console comes with a 90-day warranty and their might be minor cosmetic imperfections. If you are dying for the Xbox One and cannot afford the $500 price tag, then this is a viable alternative. Receive free shipping on all orders at Microsoft Canada.

(Expiry: 5th January 2015)

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December 15

Xbox Live Countdown To 2015 Sale: Week 1 Now On (Up To 85% Off Select Games)

Posted by on December 15, 2014 at 5:30 PM

Xbox Live Countdown To 2015 Sale: Week 1 Now On (Up To 85% Off Select Games)

Xbox Live is counting down to 2015 with a huge sale. Xbox 360 owners will be able to save up to 85% off select games for their Xbox 360 video game console.

There is quite a variety of Xbox 360 games available, with only four games that are for Xbox 360 Gold members only.

LEGO The Hobbit for Xbox 360 is on sale during this Xbox Live promo for only $9.89 which is 67% off their regular price. This game allows you to play through your favourite scenes of The Hobbit movies. You will follow the hobbit Bilbo Baggins throughout the game. There is also a free demo available here if you want to give this game a try before purchasing it.

To give you an idea of what this game sells for at other retailers, here is a little price comparison:

  • Lego The Hobbit for Xbox 360 $29.96 @ Walmart Canada
  • Lego The Hobbit for Xbox 360 $29.96 @ Amazon.ca

Metal Gear Solid fans, there is also Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for the Xbox 360 for only $6.59. While Xbox Live states that this is 67% off their regular price, I actually found this game for sale at a much higher price at other retailers:

  • Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for Xbox 360 $19.95 @ Amazon.ca
  • Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for Xbox 360 $19.95 @ Best Buy Canada

Let’s be frank, who isn’t a fan of the Tomb Raider games? During this Xbox Live Countdown to New Years sale, you can get your hands on the Tomb Raider Game for Xbox 360 for only $6.59. This game will allow you to experience the story of Lara Croft. You will rely on your instincts to find all of the secrets of the island and to defend yourself against the residents.

  • Tomb Raider for Xbox 360 $19.96 @ Walmart (keep in mind that this is the Game of the Year Edition)

Even previously played, this game sells for $14.99 or $19.99 brand new @ BestBuy.ca

Xbox Gold Members, you have a special treat! Titanfall (Deluxe Edition) for the Xbox 360 is on sale for $14.99. This has been claimed to be one of the most popular game titles for Xbox, and for a while there it was one of the only games worth playing (in my opinion) for the Xbox One. This game had steep prices in the beginning so seeing this game at 75% off is quite nice! This game also boasts excellent reviews and is created by the designers of Call of Duty. Chances are if you loved Call of Duty, you will love this game also. Comparisons:

  • Titanfall for Xbox 360 $39.96 @ Walmart Canada
  • Titanfall for Xbox 360 $39.99 @ Best Buy Canada

Each week there will be new offers available from Xbox Live, so try not to worry too much if you don’t see anything here that catches your interest. All of these offers are live now, so you can get your shopping started. These are digital downloads so you also won’t have to worry about any shipping fees adding onto your cart total.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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December 14

Shape Up – Xbox One Only $29.96 @ Walmart (Was $60)

Posted by on December 14, 2014 at 2:23 PM

Shape Up   Xbox One Only $29.96 @ Walmart (Was $60)

Shape Up for the Xbox One is on sale for only $29.96 at Walmart Canada with free shipping. That is 50% off the regular price of $59.99 so you are saving a good chunk of cash on a brand new game for a new console.

Let us get our price comparisons out of the way first. I will let you know right away that Amazon Canada just dropped their price on Shape Up for the Xbox Up to match Walmart’s price. So if Walmart sells out, you can hop on over to Amazon Canada to purchase the game. Now, while there are two companies with the same price, the game is still a good deal. Every other company I price compared with has the game for substantially higher. Shape Up is $59.99 @ Best buy, $59.99 @ Future Shop, and $59.99 @ EB games (OOS). EB Games even had recycled copies for $54.99, which are also out of stock.

This is a game you are going to want to have in your arsenal come the New Year. When you are stuffed fat full of turkey and ham and Christmas treats, you will need something to get you off your butt and burning all those calories. This game is all about making you forget you are working out by having a load of fun. Via the camera, you can work out with your friends or family. You can also save your workouts and challenge your friends.

Now, a bug taints many of the comments – where the game would just randomly crash. However, there is a simple fix for this:

To fix this issues with this game simply change the Profile Pic to a standard one. It’s a strange fix, but whatever makes it work is alright.

Once you fix the small glitch, people seem to love the game:

Two workouts completed. Keeping the game! Worked up a bit of a sweat. With a nice variety of mini games and a tracker to keep you wanting to do more, this game has just enough to be a strong addition to my stable of workout games. Personally I would price it at 44.99… especially with the season pass already available.

I like how this person suggests a price he would feel comfortable paying for the game. Well, now it is $15 below what even he would pay so I suggest grabbing it ASAP.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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December 11

Amazon Canada: 20% Off PS4 & XBox One Games TODAY (EXPIRED)

Posted by on December 11, 2014 at 12:15 PM

Amazon Canada: 20% Off PS4 & XBox One Games TODAY (EXPIRED)New games are on so many wish lists this year. If you missed on on the last sale Amazon had on new console games, then take advantage of their new 20% off deal when you purchase two or more select Ps4 and Xbox One games. This offer ends tonight!

This offer should work on all the games through the above link as the link directly connects to the promotion. The offer is only valid on the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. Only games sold directly from Amazon (not secondary sellers) are eligible for the promotion. You will not see the discount in your cart, but it will be shown on your order total before you complete checkout. See below as an example:

Amazon Canada: 20% Off PS4 & XBox One Games TODAY (EXPIRED)

You can order more than two games, but you must order a minimum of two for the promotion to work.

As console games are terribly expensive, you can understand why this promotion is so lucrative. In my demo cart I used Little Big Planet 3 – PlayStation 4 Day One Edition at $69.95 and Halo: The Master Chief Collection – Xbox One at $69. However, there are many other popular games you can choose from in this offer.

A few titles sparked my interest. The Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor – Xbox One looks really cool. I really love the Lord of the Rings and The hobbit movies so anything set in that world really perks my interest. In addition, one reviewer said that:

The nemesis system really give a different personality to each of your enemy, so you don’t feel like you are bashing through generic enemy without personality. Each time you face an Uruk, he will remember what you did and it will impact on it’s motivation and personality. Each enemy is unique and you will never meet him again in another game neither will you hear the same line of dialogue

That sounds pretty awesome. I have played quite a few games and repeat dialogue and ‘bashing through enemies’ gets pretty boring after a while I LOVE the sound of that system.

I also think that Just Dance 2015 – PS4 Standard Edition looks pretty cool as well but it is getting mixed reviews. Evidently, Ubisoft is really pushing their downloadable content. I think dance games are a lot of fun (hello dance-dance revolution, which I SUCK at!).

Receive free shipping on orders of $25 or more.

(Expiry: 11th December 2014)

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December 10

Microsoft Canada: Free Game & $50 Off Xbox One Bundles (ACTIVE AGAIN)

Posted by on December 10, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Microsoft Canada: Free Game & $50 Off Xbox One Bundles (ACTIVE AGAIN)

(BUMP – Microsoft have this back in stock for today only in their 12 days of deal!)

Microsoft is offering $50 off and a free game of your choice with Xbox One bundles right now. With your order you will also receive free shipping.

Now, the $50 off bundle price is not much of a deal on its own. Sure, it beats the price of many of the bundles on Walmart.ca right now. However, the $50 off brings these bundles at Microsoft down to the price of the bundles at Amazon Canada. For example, the Xbox One with Kinect Assassin’s Creed Bundle is on sale for $449.99 (was $499.99) at Microsoft and it costs the same at Amazon Canada.
Where the deal actually lies is in the free game. This is an offer none of the other stores has and the games are valued up to $69.99. Choose from:

  • Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare for Xbox One ($39.99)
  • Halo: The Master Chief Collection for Xbox One ($69.99)
  • Sunset Overdrive for Xbox One ($64.99)
  • Forza Horizon 2 Day One for Xbox One ($64.99)
  • Destiny for Xbox One ($69.99)
  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare for Xbox One ($69.99)
  • Titanfall for Xbox One ($59.99)
  • Forza Motorsport 5 for Xbox One ($49.99)

You might think these are just the retail prices and that the games are going for much lower by now, but they are not. I checked out Halo: The Master Chief Collection on Amazon – it is still priced at $69. The other big boy, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, currently costs $68.66 on Amazon. If you are trying to maximize your value, then purchase one of those two games.

The free game is what makes this deal superior to other retailers even if they have nearly the same price. You can receive a free game, which you are bound to buy anyway, that is worth $70. That is a pretty sweet bonus and is roughly equivalent to a 15 to 20% bonus value on your bundle depending upon which bundle you purchase.

These bundles are selling out quickly as one just sold out while I was writing this deal up, so buy now. Then tell us which free game you picked!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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December 2

Just Dance 2015 (PS4 & Xbox One) $25 & Free Shipping @ Walmart.ca! (EXPIRED)

Posted by on December 2, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Just Dance 2015 (PS4 & Xbox One) $25 & Free Shipping @ Walmart.ca! (EXPIRED)

Here’s a deal for those of you with either an Xbox One or a Playstation 4. Perhaps you picked up a bargain in the recent Black Friday sales and you’re looking to expand your video game collection… or maybe you are on the lookout for video game deals for Christmas. Walmart.ca has reduced the price of Just Dance 2015 for either console – right now, you can get this game for only $24.94 with free shipping!.

As has been the case with all Walmart online sales lately, we don’t know how many they have in stock or how long this deal will last. If you’re even interested a tiny little bit… buy now, think later.

Price comparison of Just Dance PS4: $50 @ Amazon, Future Shop, The Source, Archambault.

Price comparison of Just Dance Xbox One: $35 @ Toys R Us, $50 @ Best Buy, Amazon, Microsoft, The Source, Archambault, Staples.

As you can see, the Walmart price seems to be the best online in Canada – sweet deal.

Note that the PS3 version is also on sale @ Walmart for the same price, but you can pick that title up at that price from a couple of other stores too, such as Amazon and Toys R Us. The best deal is on the PS4 and Xbox One versions, as they are much cheaper than the competition, as shown above.

Just Dance 2015 gets a rating of 71 on Metacritic, my go-to site when I want to see ratings of recent video games. They say:

Let loose with friends and family by dancing to hit songs like “Happy” by Pharrell Williams and “Burn” by Ellie Goulding.

Do you remember when Just Dance launched back in 2009? I am not sure if it was the launch that coincided with an app being released, but I DO remember a Just Dance Autodance app which went viral. Me and my sisters used the app to record some funny dancing videos, after we’d imbibed a few cocktails to loosen the inhibitions. The little videos were really great, and ended up on our Facebooks, of course. Do you remember the Autodance app?

(Expiry: Unknown)

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November 29

Future Shop Canada: Xbox One 500GB Assassin’s Creed Unity Bundle | Was $400 Now $350

Posted by on November 29, 2014 at 9:56 AM

Future Shop Canada: Xbox One 500GB Assassins Creed Unity Bundle | Was $400 Now $350

Hey, deal hunters! Do any of you want to score a sweet deal on an Xbox One system bundle? Well you should check out today’s deal at Future Shop! They’re currently having an enticing deal on their Xbox One 500GB Assassin’s Creed Unity Bundle, and you should check it out before it`s out of stock! This Xbox One bundle normally sells for $399.99, but you can now buy this for just $349.99! You`ll also qualify for free shipping – now that’s a nice bonus!

This Xbox One 500GB Assassin’s Creed Unity Bundle comes with a 500GB Xbox One system, a Assassin’s Creed Unity game for the Xbox One, and an Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag Xbox One game. It’s a great bundle for new Xbox One owners, and would really be an amazing gift for the holidays! It’s a next-gen system, and has many great years ahead!

Black Friday may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that your chance to save big on deals is over! Cyber Monday is just around the corner (on December the 1st), so you’ll see plenty of other great discounts and bargains from some of the most popular retailers! It’s a competitive market place out there, so these stores will be doing their best to grab your attention! You can check out all of the Cyber Monday deals right here on Bargainmoose – just click here!

This deal is currently available at several other retailers (including Best Buy), but I thought this deal was worth mentioning, regardless of where you purchase this bundle (it’s a great way to save $50). Listed below is a snippet of a review of this Xbox One system bundle from a satisfied     Best Buy customer:

This is totally amazing. I love the Xbox one! Totally get it, it’s way better than PS4.

Happy gaming, my fellow Bargainmoosers! I hope each and every one of you have a great holiday season!

(Expiry: 4th December 2014)

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November 28

Black Friday Console Gaming Deals Roundup!

Posted by on November 28, 2014 at 10:39 AM

Black Friday Console Gaming Deals Roundup!

From all the Black Friday flyers and deals at the various Canadian stores across the internet, I’ve noticed that there are quite a few sweet deals on consoles and gaming bundles with the PS4 and Xbox One, with some top tier gaming titles too. If you were considering buying one for Christmas, here’s a breakdown of a few of the best deals for your buck.

ONLINE: Xbox One console & Free Game – $349.99

If you just want the basic console, no bells and whistles, then consider this deal at The Microsoft Store. You can buy the Xbox One console on its own for only $349.99 with free shipping. PLUS you can then choose a free game as well, with choices such as Titanfall and Forza 5.

ONLINE: Xbox One 500GB Assassin’s Creed Unity Bundle with Kinect - $449.99

This is a super deal from Best Buy Canada! For $450, you’re getting a 500GB Xbox One console, Assassin’s Creed Unity and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, plus your choice of one more game up to a value of $69.99. Just add that game to your cart and it will be automatically discounted.

ONLINE: PS4 500GB GTA V & The Last Of Us Remastered Bundle – $449.99

You can pick this one up from either Walmart or FutureShop, whoever you prefer. They’ve matched each other’s prices on this deal. In this bundle, you will get a 500GB PS4, Grand Theft Auto V, and The Last of Us Remastered, all for $449.99 and free shipping.

ONLINE: PS4 500GB GTA:V HARDWARE BUNDLE – $449.99

Here’s a great bargain from The Source. For only $449.99 with free shipping, you will get the 500GB PS4 console, The Last of Us Remastered, GTA V, a DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller, a wired headset, an HDMI cable, a power cable and USB charging cable.

ONLINE: PS4 The Last of Us Remastered Bundle & Free $75 account credit – $449.89

This deal from Amazon.ca may not last much longer, as it is one of the lightning Black Friday deals. For $449.89, you will get a 500GB PS4, The Last Of Us Remastered, and $75 credit to spend on Amazon.ca. If you prefer to have the account credit to spend on games of your choice rather than being stuck to a set game in one of the bundles above, then this would be a good choice.

Our old Bargainmoose author Shawn says:

Assassin’s Creed 4 and 5 as well as GTAV and The Last of us are absolute top of the line.

He’s right! Usually in gaming bundles, you get some crappy little titles… but these are excellent games in the bundles. Are you buying one?

(Expiry: various!)

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