Summer is here, and retailers are celebrating by passing along big savings through an array of video game sales. Last week, for example, an Amazon video game sale offered deep discounts on PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One games, and there were video game deals to be found through Target as well. Now, GameStop is getting in on the act, with its Game Days Summer Sale, and the retailer is prefacing said sale with a special deal on pre-owned products.
The GameStop Game Days Summer Sale is set to begin this Sunday, July 7, and it will run for almost two weeks, ending on Saturday, July 20. Indeed, the Game Days Summer Sale is looking to bring some serious deals to the table, and this includes some major discounts on games from this year. More specifically, Anthem, The Division 2, and Kingdom Hearts 3 will all be available for $20, while new titles like Days Gone, Devil May Cry 5, and Mortal Kombat 11 will have their prices cut as well.
Additionally, GameStop's Game Days Summer Sale will offer discounts on select accessories, toys, collectibles, and apparel. There will also be special trade-in offers available for players that are looking to unload their old PS4s, Xbox Ones, Switches, and iPhones in order to pickup a PS4 Pro. For those that are interested in perusing some of the highlights from the Game Days Summer Sale, here is a list of noteworthy games:
- Anthem: $19.99
- Assassins Creed Odyssey: $19.99
- Borderlands: Game of The Year: $14.99
- Days Gone: $39.99
- Destiny 2: Forsaken: PS4 $9.99 | Xbox One $19.99
- Devil May Cry 5: $39.99
- The Division 2: $19.99
- Fallout 76: $24.99
- Far Cry New Dawn: $19.99
- Grand Theft Auto 5: $19.99
- Kingdom Hearts 3: $19.99
- Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: $19.99
- Mortal Kombat 11: $49.99 (Deluxe Edition: $79.99)
- Rage 2: $39.99
- Red Dead Redemption 2: $39.99
- Star Wars Battlefront 2: $9.97
Furthermore, GameStop is currently offering a buy two, get one free video game deal on all pre-owned products. This offer is available now, and players that are not interested in any of the aforementioned games, but do have a few older titles on their wish lists, may be happy to discover that they can now pick them up at, effectively, a reduced cost.
While there have been signs that suggest that GameStop is currently struggling, including a recent major drop in the price of GameStop stock, it seems that the company is not letting its financial situation impact its summer sale this year. Certainly, there is a lot of value to be found in the GameStop summer sale, and it may just be enough to get those that have left the retailer behind back to a store, at least temporarily.