Any imaginable holiday is turned into an opportunity for deals by Amazon. Earlier this summer, for example, Amazon discounted some of 2019's best games, and now the retail giant is putting some top games, hardware, and accessories on sale for Labor Day.
Players that want to take advantage of these savings will need to act fast, because most of the Amazon Labor Day deals expire after 24 hours. For instance, fans will need to jump on the deal for this Alienware M15-15.6" FHD Gaming Laptop quickly before it expires. This laptop usually retails for $1,649.99 and is on sale for $999.99 but just for today. And this isn't the only gaming laptop deal available this weekend on Amazon.
The CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme Gaming PC line of desktop PCs is also on sale for a heavy discount. These range from $1,019 on the lower end to $2,279.99 for the highest end model.
Accessories like headphones, a Nintendo Switch Accessories bundle, third-party controllers, and some VR headsets are all discounted in this Labor Day sale. While it's mostly hardware focused this time around, games like Diablo 3 Eternal Collection, and a handful more, are on sale too.
Here is the best of what this Labor Day deal has to offer:
Amazon Labor Day Video Game Deals
Diablo 3 Eternal Collection PS4- $21.13 (47% off)
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Steelbook Brawler Edition PS4 - $24.99 (38% off)
Tom Clancy's The Division 2 - $29.99 (50% off)
Xbox One S 1TB Battlefield V Bundle - $ 237.98
CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme VR Gaming PC (GXiVR8080A8, Black) - $1,499.00 (15% off)
Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream, Standalone VR Headset - $199.68 (50% off)
Razer Basilisk Gaming Mouse - $39.99 (43% off)
Switch Charger for Nintendo Switch - $12.99 (35% off)
Razer Destiny 2 Ornata Chroma Gaming Keyboard - $69.99 (36% off)
Pimax 5K Plus VR Virtual Reality Headset - $635.20 (36% off)
Gamesir Bluetooth Gamepad Joystick - $29.58 (26% off)
LETTON Stereo Gaming Headset - $11.89 (34% off)
More deals are starting every hour, so be on the look out. This Amazon sale is just one of many worthwhile Labor Day sales for gamers to check out. Both Nintendo and Sony have recently had sales on digital storefronts. Players that are in the market for discounted popular games, and not necessarily hardware or gear, may find something of interest in one of these sales.