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October 19

Game Access Canada: Thief For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 19, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Game Access Canada: Thief For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Hey there, Bargainmoosers! Xbox One owners may find today’s deal particularly enticing – you can order a used copy of Thief for the Xbox One from Game Access for just $19.72 (plus $3 shipping). The regular price of this game is $49.99, and it’s currently on sale at Best Buy and Future Shop for $39.99.

Thief for the Xbox One is a game created by Eidos and Square Enix. It has some mixed reviews online, but I usually tend to take movie and video game based reviews with a grain of salt. After all, the experience that you have with a movie or a video game will typically be different from others. That’s why it’s great that we’re all different – if we all thought the same way about certain things, then planet Earth would be one boring place!

Personally, I know of plenty movies and games that I love that my friends don’t particularly like. For example, the game The Adventures Of Bayou Billy is one of my favourite classic Nintendo games, but most reviewers don’t think very highly of this game. Maybe it’s due to nostalgia, but I still think the game had some awesome graphics and music for its time. Thief for the Xbox One may have some detractors, but there are still people out there who enjoy the game.

I’ve included a brief review of Thief for the Xbox One from a satisfied Best Buy customer:

It is a great game, but it’s not for everyone, more of a niché thing. If you are buying this game, you know what you want and you will not be disappointed.

If you want to check out this game for the Xbox One, all you have to do is take advantage of this deal from Game Access! Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 20th October 2014)

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October 16

Best Buy Canada: Ryse Son Of Rome For The Xbox One | Was $50 Now $30 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 16, 2014 at 11:30 AM

Best Buy Canada: Ryse Son Of Rome For The Xbox One | Was $50 Now $30 (EXPIRED)

Oh hey there, my fellow deal hunters! Best Buy is currently having a sale on an intriguing Xbox One title today, and you’ll be able to save $20 from the regular price of this video game. You can now get Ryse: Son Of Rome for the Xbox One for just $29.99 – the regular price of this game is $49.99. You’ll also qualify for free shipping!

Ryse: Son Of Rome for the Xbox One is a game with an enticing theme. In this Xbox One game, you get to fight for the glory of the Roman Empire – just lead your army in battle and let the chaos ensue!

When I was a young lad, I remember watching plenty of movies that were about the Roman Empire, since my dad would always be watching them. There were many great classic movies that made me crave for a video game that would allow you to fight with or against the Romans – it just seemed like it would be a lot of fun!

Unfortunately, I didn’t know too many games with that type of theme at the time (besides Warriors Of Rome for the Sega Genesis, but I didn’t even know that existed until earlier this year). Alas, I was happy to play Trojan for the original Nintendo, since you battled some post-apocalyptic Romans near the end of the game (it had a Mad Max-like plot).

If you were to purchase Ryse: Son Of Rome at Buy Electronics Canada, it would cost you $59.99, and it’s currently $49.99 at the Microsoft Store. I’ve included a snippet of a review of this game that’s listed on the Metacritic website below:

I literally can’t wait to get home everyday and play Ryse. I just can’t get it off my mind. It has Unbelievanly addictive multiplayer, stunning graphics, and visuals. And dont even get me started on the campaign. It is the next thing since the last of us that actually touched my heart.

This deal expires tonight, so take advantage of this deal while you still can! I hope you’re all enjoying your Thursday, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 16th October 2014)

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October 15

Game Access Canada: Titanfall For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $20

Posted by on October 15, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Game Access Canada: Titanfall For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $20

Good morning, my fellow deal hunters! Today’s deal at Game Access will certainly get some love from Xbox One owners – it’s for a used copy of Titanfall! Normally retailing for $49.99, you can now get this game for just $19.72 (plus $3 shipping). This game was released with plenty of hype earlier this year, and gets rave reviews from both critics and gamers. It even has a total score of 86 on Metacritic, which is no easy task!

This innovative shooter for the Xbox One system is a popular one. Originally released in March, it came about with a great amount of hype – and it lived up to it all! I’ve even seen some people wearing Titanfall t-shirts in public – the only other video game related apparel I usually see people wear are Nintendo brands (Mario and Zelda, mostly), so this just shows how beloved Titanfall is.

I’ve yet to try out this game, but I hope to do so sometime soon! Reviewers are saying some great things about Titanfall for the Xbox One, and I hope to try it out in the near future.

This game currently costs $49.99 at Best Buy and Future Shop. I’ve included a snippet of a review for the Xbox One version of Titanfall from X One Magazine below:

Titanfall is a ridiculous amount of fun. Maybe it’ll be surpassed, but right now it’s the best game on Xbox One and one of the best multiplayer shooters ever.

Vandal Online also had some great things to say about this highly praised Xbox One game:

We feel like this is next-gen gameplay. Titanfall proves that there’s still room for innovation in shooting games, and we’ve had a blast playing it. It could have had next-gen visuals, though, and then it would have been the bomb.

Due to the popularity of this game, it may not be in stock for very long, so take advantage of this deal while it’s still available! I hope you all enjoy your day today, my fellow Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 16th October 2014)

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October 5

Amazon Canada: Kinect Sports Rivals For The Xbox One (With Bonus Content) | Was $50 Now $30

Posted by on October 5, 2014 at 11:30 AM

Amazon Canada: Kinect Sports Rivals For The Xbox One (With Bonus Content) | Was $50 Now $30

For those who have a Kinect with their Xbox One system, this deal just might pique your interest. On Amazon, you can currently get an interesting version Kinect Sports Rivals for the XBOX One system that comes with some bonus content for $29.99! It normally sells for $49.99, so you’re getting $20 off of the regular price. You’ll also qualify for free shipping!

The bonus content that comes with this special version of Kinect Sports Rivals for the Xbox One includes 6 exclusive in-game sports outfits, and 6 exclusive in-game pieces of sports gear.

This is a fun game that you should try out – after all, you get to compete with friends and other players online in a myriad of different sporting events! By using the Xbox One’s Kinect, you don’t even need a controller to track your motions! The Kinect camera will do all the work for you as you use your body to compete in these exciting sporting events.

I don’t have an Xbox One, but I do have a Kinect and an Xbox 360, and I recommend it. It’s a fun accessory if you have enough playing room to accommodate it. I mean, you get to use your body to play these games without having to hold any controllers in your hand! It’s Microsoft’s obvious answer to the Nintendo Wii’s free ranged controls, but it’s quite the innovation. Plus, Kinect Sports Rivals just looks like it would be a lot of fun to play.

If you were to purchase Kinect Sports Rivals for the Xbox One at Toys R Us, it would cost you $49.99. I’ve included a snippet of a review of this game from a satisfied WalMart customer below:

I got this game yesterday and it’s a blast! Everything works very well, there are a few hiccups, but overall it’s very awesome. You will need a pretty good amount of room to play most of these games however. 

If you have an Xbox One and a Kinect, you should really consider getting this game. The price is right (pun slightly intended), and it looks like it’s tons of fun! Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 29

Game Access Canada: Titanfall For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $25 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on September 29, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Game Access Canada: Titanfall For The Xbox One (Used) | Was $50 Now $25 (EXPIRED)

When Titanfall first came out earlier this year, it was a highly anticipated and vastly promoted video game for the Xbox One. It’s also gotten many favourable reviews from video game critics, and it has a score of 86 out of 100 on Metacritic. Thanks to Game Access, you can now purchase a used copy of Titanfall for the Xbox One for just $24.72 (plus $3 shipping). The regular price of this game is $49.99, and that’s the price you’d pay for it if you bought it at Future Shop.

Like many popular games that are out there, Titanfall for the Xbox One is a first-person shooter that also has an incredibly fun online multiplayer mode. This game was also made by one of the co-creators of the Call Of Duty franchise, along with some of the developers behind that popular series of games.

I still remember the very first game that I played online when I was in elementary school – Quake. It was on my old Pentium 1 PC (yes, it was running Windows 95), and it was just so addicting! The gameplay was simplistic enough for first-time gamers to pick up and play, yet it also required some decent strategies during these online skirmishes. Nowadays, you can play Titanfall, which is much more sophisticated in comparison, and has some fantastic graphics as well!

Many gamers say that this game is a lot of fun and needs to be experienced at least once. I’ve included some brief reviews of Titanfall for the Xbox One from some satisfied Future Shop customers below:

This game really shows what the next generation can do. Great graphics and gameplay but what really makes this game stand out is how freaking fun it is.

Excellent game, fast paced first person shooter, incredibly fun. A must play game.

This Deal Of The Day at Game Access will expire on September 30th, so today’s the day to take advantage of this deal. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 30th September 2014)

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September 28

Best Buy Canada: Xbox One 500GB Watch Dogs Limited Edition Bundle | Was $550 Now $400 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on September 28, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Best Buy Canada: Xbox One 500GB Watch Dogs Limited Edition Bundle | Was $550 Now $400 (EXPIRED)

It looks like we’ve stumbled upon another great deal for a current – gen video game system! Until October 2nd, you can score a nice Xbox One 500GB Watch Dogs Limited Edition Bundle at Best Buy for $399.99! The regular price for this bundle is $549.99, so you’ll be saving $150 in total – not too shabby! You’ll also qualify for free shipping.

This Xbox One 500GB system is a powerful new video game system that will certainly have an interesting slew of games coming out within the next few years. It’s still semi – new, so its best games are yet to come. The Watch Dogs Limited Edition Bundle, which normally costs $149.99, comes with the Xbox One version of the game and a slew of goodies, including an art book, 9″ figurine, vigilante mask, and much more.This Watch Dogs Limited Edition Bundle costs $149.96 at WalMart, but it’s currently on sale at Future Shop for $99.99.  Xbox One systems typically retail for $399 at WalMart and $399.99 at Future Shop.

With this deal, you’re essentially getting the Watch Dogs Limited Edition Bundle for free. You can’t go wrong with a free game, especially if it’s a limited edition version that comes with a bunch of goodies! I’m personally going to continue waiting for more games to be released for the system before I take the figurative plunge and purchase an Xbox One, but there are many great games that are currently available for it that are keeping many gamers entertained.

I’ve included a brief review of Watch Dogs for the Xbox One system from Gaming Nexus below:

With a deep storyline, plenty of side content, and a gorgeous rendering of Chicago to explore, Watch Dogs brings a lot to the table and truly unlocks next-generation graphics in a whole new way. Watch Dogs is a beautiful, mesmerizing title.

This deal is in effect until October 2nd. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 2nd October 2014)

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September 14

Future Shop Canada: Skylanders Swap Force Starter Kit (PS4, Xbox One, Wii U) | Was $60 Now $30 (Expired)

Posted by on September 14, 2014 at 9:11 AM

Future Shop Canada: Skylanders Swap Force Starter Kit (PS4, Xbox One, Wii U) | Was $60 Now $30 (Expired)

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or if you do your best to ignore everything related to video games, it’s likely that you’ve heard of Skylanders. These collectable figurines are wildly popular with children, since they’re so unique – after all, these toys are used to play a video game! You simply place the figurine of a character that you want to play as on a portal, and in no time at all you’ll see that toy come to life in the Skylanders video game! At this time, Future Shop is having a decent sale on the PS4, Xbox One, and Wii U versions of the Skylanders Swap Force starter kit (the latest entry in the series) – you can order a starter kit of this game for just $29.99! It typically costs $59.99 for both the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. You’ll also qualify for free shipping if you order this game, so that’s another great bonus!

The Skylanders Swap Force starter kit comes with the game, portal, 3 figurines that you can use in the game, and some trading cards.

Whether you’re a kid or an adult, these Skylanders games are pretty fun. They revolutionized the genre, and they even have an imitator that’s out in the market (The Disney Infinity series of games). The current rumour is that a new Skylanders game is on the horizon, which is why Skylanders Swap Force starter kits are currently on sale at Future Shop. Regardless of that, it’s still a great deal – especially if you’ve never tried out any Skylanders video games before.

I’ve tried out this game at an in -store kiosk before (they have these at many retail locations, including Future Shop, Best Buy, and even Target). It’s very intriguing, and a lot of fun. If you’ve ever wanted your toys to come to life, this is the next best thing! Plus, the character designs are pretty creative for these figurines, so I can see why this series has so many fans.

Skylanders Swap Force typically retails for $59.99, but it’s also on sale at Best Buy for the same price of $29.99 (as we all know, Best Buy and Future Shop tend to share some deals at the same time). However, it currently costs $59.99 at Toys R Us and WalMart. I’ve also included a brief review of Skylanders Swap Force (the Wii U version) from a Future Shop customer below:

The game was really cool, totally different, and they can jump now! Also, another good thing about the new one is the fact that you can still use the old Skylanders.

Quantities are limited, so get these while you can. Hope you all enjoy your Sunday, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 18th September 2014)

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September 5

Microsoft Store: Buy Xbox One & Get a Free Game

Posted by on September 5, 2014 at 3:30 PM

Microsoft Store: Buy Xbox One & Get a Free Game

Buy an Xbox One at the Microsoft Store and you’ll get a free game of your choice! You can choose from the console alone or a bundle and both will get you a free game.

When I added the Xbox One console to my cart for $399, it gave me the choice of 16 games, all with a regular price of $69.99 on average (some higher, some lower) or I could get an Xbox Live 12-month gold card for free, worth $59.99.

Taking a look around at prices elsewhere, most places sell the console and/or the bundle for the prices Microsoft is selling for, but none of them are including a free game.

My kids got the Wii U last year, but I’m considering getting them the Xbox One for Christmas this year. Now is the time to shop and get the best deals and not wait until the last minute at Christmas and hope for something really great. I like to be prepared while the weather is still hot and not wait until it is too cold to go outside.

What I like about Xbox One is the kinect feature, so they can actually get some exercise while they play their vids. I think would get them Kinect Sports Rivals as it looks like a super fun game with a lot of action. Getting it free saves me $60!

On the other hand, the gold membership is worth its weight in, well, gold. It gives you so much access to games, movies and more, plus you can get even more deals with it. I love a deal on top of a deal.

Of course buying a bundle gets you the bundle, plus the free game and right now the complete bundle is on sale for $699.95, with a regular price of $749.95. You’ll basically get three games with it instead of two.

Also, you’ll get free shipping, which is a sweet bonus on top of these deals!

(expiry: unknown)

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August 13

EA Access Now Available For Xbox One! Pay Just $4.99/ Month For Free Games, Discounts Etc.

Posted by on August 13, 2014 at 8:00 PM

EA Access Now Available For Xbox One! Pay Just $4.99/ Month For Free Games, Discounts Etc.

Got an Xbox One or planning to get one? Then subscribe to Ea Access for just $4.99 to save on the purchases of games, play games for free and much more!

First of all, this is only valid for Xbox One. Second of all, if you have or are planning to get an Xbox One, then $4.99 is hardly a bank-breaking fee especially since you will end up saving so much more money in long term. An average game usually runs upwards of $70 but with EA Access, you gain access to select games per month with the vault, but there are other benefits as well.

In fact, here are the three main advantages to getting to subscribing to EA Access:

The Vault

Once subscribed, you will gain access to the vault, which will allow you to play games for free and unlike PS Plus’ rather mediocre line-up of games, which are mostly indie ones, EA Access is setting the bar much higher by promising only the best games like Madden NFL 25, FIFA 14, Battlefield 4 and Peggle 2 and many others to be added later on as well.

Play For Less

EA Access members can also save 10% on all digital purchases of games. Sadly, this doesn’t apply to physical copies of games but with the way in which everything is transferring to cloud technology, I doubt many of you will mind, especially if you save money. Plus, most games tend to be cheaper digitally, so you might even be looking at save even more than just 10% in comparison to the retail price of physical copies.

Play First

With this benefit, you are given the advantage of downloading and playing games five days before they are released! This is definitely a major perk, especially for full-time gamers, but I’m sure any gamer would appreciate the extra time to learn the ropes of a new game and take a shot at setting high scores. Plus, it would give a major competitive edge over friends who would be playing the game on a PlayStation 4! EA Access Now Available For Xbox One! Pay Just $4.99/ Month For Free Games, Discounts Etc. The only drawback is that you are only provided a limited amount of time in order to try the game, but it’s still a neat feature to have nonetheless, especially if you have been eagerly awaiting the release of a specific game (i.e. NHL 15).

Moosers, do you own an Xbox One? Will you be subscribing to EA Access? Let us know in the comments section!

(Expiry: Never)

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August 10

(PS4 & Xbox One) Best Buy Canada: WWE 2k15 Hulkamania Edition Pre-Order – Just $70 + Free Shipping!

Posted by on August 10, 2014 at 11:30 PM

(PS4 & Xbox One) Best Buy Canada: WWE 2k15 Hulkamania Edition Pre Order   Just $70 + Free Shipping!

Negativity and Hulkamania: two things that don’t go together! Luckily, you can pre-order WWE 2k15 Hulkamnia edition on PS4 or Xbox One for just $69.99 at Best Buy. It’s set to release on October 28th 2014.

First of all, let me start off by saying that you should not wait to pre-order. Best Buy lists this game at a regular price of $69.99 but everywhere else (i.e. Amazon and EB Games), it’s $109.99, which puts this deal at close to a 40% discount in comparison. It’s even already sold out at Future Shop, where it was available for $69.99 as well!

Plus, the vast majority of PlayStation and Xbox One games tend to retail for $69.99, so the fact that this limited edition is at the same price is definitely pretty awesome, especially since the regular edition of this game is retailing for that same exact price right now, but without all of the following bonus features that the Hulkamania edition has:

  • Collective art card personally autographed by Hulk Hogan
  • Funko “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan vinyl figure
  • Authentic piece of ring canvas from Hulk Hogan’s Monday Night Raw appearance on March 10, 2014 in Memphis, TN
  • Premium packaging

In this edition of the game, players are also granted access to two exclusive characters: Hulk Hogan and “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan. It’s also a game that can either be played alone as singleplayer or in a multiplayer mode as it’s in a professional wresting fighting genre. Even cooler is that this latest instalment will focus on a historical timeline of past WWE rivalries, which die hard WWE fans are sure to enjoy. On the same vein, I’m sure just about anyone could enjoy the storyline as well in order to learn more about the history of the WWE, even though it’s fake! (PS4 & Xbox One) Best Buy Canada: WWE 2k15 Hulkamania Edition Pre Order   Just $70 + Free Shipping!

I have to admit that I’m not the biggest Hulk Hogan fan but this is definitely a deal I’ll be taking advantage of as soon as possible before it sells out. I’m certain that my hubby will enjoy playing, especially with the Hulk Hogan character.

Fun fact: did you know that Hulkamnia was started after Hulk Hogan won the 1984 edition of Championship Wrestling? That was 30 years ago! Even crazier is that from 2005 to 2007, Hulk Hogan made a comeback, during which he was in his 50′s!

(Image Credit: Megan Elice Meadows)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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August 1

(PS4 & Xbox One) Pre-Order Batman: Arkham Knight For Just $57 + Free Shipping @ Amazon.ca

Posted by on August 1, 2014 at 9:00 PM

(PS4 & Xbox One) Pre Order Batman: Arkham Knight For Just $57 + Free Shipping @ Amazon.ca

The dawn is coming and luckily, you can save a couple of bucks before it does. Batman: Arkham Knight is coming out in 2015 and for a limited time, you can pre-order it for just $56.99 at Amazon for either PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. Its regular retail price is of $69.99, which put this deal at a 19% discount. Plus, since Amazon offers free shipping to most orders over $25, you are also sure to get your game shipped at no additional cost!

One of the trendiest quotes in the online community right now is: “Always be yourself! Unless you can be Batman, then always be Batman”. I couldn’t agree with it more, and what better way to be Batman than by playing this iconic character on either PlayStation 4 or the Xbox One?

Keep in mind that although Amazon is displaying an October 2014 release for this game, this is inaccurate. Rocksteady’s marketing game manager recently released a statement saying that the release date has been pushed back to 2015, though he hasn’t specified when exactly, due to the fact that they want to make sure that the game is absolutely perfect. In fact, his exact words were: “we just want to make this the best experience that we can, and that takes time”, as published on Gamespot. Definitely can’t argue with that, though I’m sure all of you Batman fans are eagerly awaiting its release!

Given that the last Batman to be released on PlayStation, Batman: Arkham City, was a major success, I have no doubts that the upcoming one will be just as awesome, especially since it will be tailored to the new video game consoles. I haven’t tried Xbox One yet but I have recently invested in a PlayStation 4 and I must say that it is all it’s cracked up to be. The graphics are absolutely phenomenal and I’m definitely looking forward to giving the new Batman a whirl, simply to see the level of details that will be injected into the game. In fact, here’s a review I found on Arkham City on Amazon:

This game is by far the best game I have ever played I definitely recommend this game if you are a batman fan!!!

Have you played any of the previous Batman games? What are your thoughts on them?

(Image Credit: BagoGames)

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April 4

Futureshop Canada: $10 off Titanfall for xBox One (Just $50)

Posted by on April 4, 2014 at 6:30 PM

Futureshop Canada: $10 off Titanfall for xBox One (Just $50)

Get one of the hottest new games on the xBox One for $10 less from FutureShop!

Titanfall is the new hotness. It is, in my opinion, the first game worth buying an xBox One for. I haven’t played it yet but it looks really cool and from what other people are saying, it’s amazing. It has an 86% on MetaCritic. Now, I say it’s amazing but I think it’s amazing for some people. It seems that people who like it really, really like it and people who don’t like it absolutely despise everything about it. There is some middle ground but for the most part it’s a love or hate thing.

Regardless, I think it’s great and the way they made a story-driven online-only game is really interesting. I don’t really do any online gaming so I thought it was kind of dumb to have a banner game like this with no offline mode but the developers said in an interview that only about 5% of people ever finish the single player campaign so I guess it makes sense that they are doing an online only thing.

Right now you can get he xBox One version of Titanfall for only $49.99. That’s $10 off the normal $59.99 price tag. Shipping is free or you can reserve in store.

You can also get the deal at BestBuy.

(Expires: 10 April 2014)

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April 4

Best Buy Canada: Savings On XBox One

Posted by on April 4, 2014 at 12:30 PM

Best Buy Canada: Savings On XBox One

I found some interesting savings at Best Buy on an xBox One purchase. Basically Best Buy says the more you buy (games and accessories) with your XBox One purchase, the more you’ll save.

First off, there is a sale on the XBox One 500GB console standard edition with Tomb Raider Definitive edition. It is $60 off, now only $499.99. Since the going price for the XBox One is $499 and the game’s going price is $60, this is a good deal to start.

Now, on to the secondary deals. On any accessories or games you add along with the purchase of your XBox One (doesn’t have to be the one linked above), you’ll get $20 off each one. For example, if you want to buy this Turtle Beach EarForce XO Four gaming headset, instead of paying $119.99, you’d pay $99.99 with your console purchase.

The best deals to go along with this deal are the games, which some are already marked down by $20. This means you’ll save $40 on the games and pay only $19.99 for each. Add as many as you’d like (up to 10), like this Ryse: Son of Rome.

Shipping is free on purchases over $20, which this one will inevitably be, so enjoy not paying those fees.

(Expiry: 1st May 2014)

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April 2

Microsoft Store Canada: Trade In Your Gaming Console For $100 Towards xBox One

Posted by on April 2, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Microsoft Store Canada: Trade In Your Gaming Console For $100 Towards xBox One

Want the new xBox One? Want $100 towards the purchase of one? Go into any Microsoft Store (sorry this is not available online for obvious reasons), bring in your older console and you’ll get $100 towards the purchase of the xBox One.

Bring in your PS3, xBox 360 S or xBox 360 E in good working condition and you’ll get $100 in Microsoft retail store credit. Your unit must be able to power on, be fully functional with no broken or missing components, the housing and display can’t be damaged, there can’t be any password protection and it has to include all original chargers and accessories.

You can try and wait for a sale or find a discount on the xBox One, as you can use your credit along with any sales. There is only one trade-in per person, so don’t go in with all your systems hoping to score yourself a free xBox One. I did notice online that the xBox One Play and Charge bundle was $45 off, so $145 off makes the total system only $499.99. In store prices may differ.

I am not really a gamer, besides the odd game of Highway Rollers on my WiiU with the kids, but I’ve heard really great things about xBox One. It doesn’t get much better than getting a credit and trying to get a sale at the same time.

(Expiry: 2nd June 2014)

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March 31

The Source Canada Promo Code: $10 Off Select Xbox One Games

Posted by on March 31, 2014 at 2:00 PM

The Source Canada Promo Code: $10 Off Select Xbox One Games

Just yesterday I wrote about a fantastic deal on iPad cases at The Source and yet, it looks like they’re at it again, having released yet another deal but this time for $10 off select Xbox One games.

Click here to save on select Xbox One games @ TheSource.ca now

  • Coupon Code: TSXBOX
  • Discount: $10 off select Xbox One games
  • Expiry: 30th April 2014

Originally priced at $59.99, below is a list of the Xbox One games you can save $10 on and get for just $49.99:

Personally, I’m particularly excited to try Forza Motorsport 5, a racing game, especially since an update was just released in an effort to address the numerous complaints the game received upon its release. In fact, here’s what Shaun McInnis from GameSpot wrote about this awesome game:

All of this combined makes Forza Motorsport 5 an outstanding improvement to an already excellent racing franchise. It’s far more than just a great racing sim, or a gorgeous showcase for the types of feats the Xbox One hardware is capable of. This is a game built on the romantic thrill of motorsport in all its forms, and that love for its subject matter is all but impossible to resist.

Shipping is at a flat rate of $4.99 per order, so in the spirit of saving money, I definitely suggest opting for the free in-stores pick-up instead. As always, this The Source promo code may also be found on our forum.

(Image Credit: Mack Male)

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