Canadian Video Game Deals for the Week of October 29th to November 5th, 2015
This week’s video game deals from EB Games, Walmart, Toys R Us, and Best Buy.
Following are the deals to be found this week at the EB Games, Walmart, Target, Toys R Us, and Best Buy stores across Canada. Please note that some of these deals were found using a Toronto postal code, and may not apply in all regions; to find whether or not your local stores are participating, click the associated links below.
- Update pending.
- Nothing that I can tell this week.
- The Minecraft foam sword is $16.97, 30 percent off.
- All Pokemon Collector Pin 3-pack trading cards are $17.57, 20 percent off.
- Receive a free LEGO City Demolition Driller when you spend $25 or more (before taxes) on any LEGO building sets, including Minecraft and possibly LEGO Dimensions.
- Get the Xbox One Gears of War: Ultimate Edition bundle and Halo 5: Guardians with the purchase of select 55″ or larger Samsung 4K TVs.
- Get a bonus $50 credit plus up to a $150 gift card towards an Xbox One when you trade in an old console.
- FIFA 16, Madden NFL 16, and NHL Legacy Edition for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are each $59.99, a savings of $20.
- Until Dawn is $49.99, a savings of $25.
- Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is $39.99, a savings of $30.
- NHL 16 is $59.99, a savings of $20.
- Digital flyer special: Get up to a $35 gift card to use towards new games when you trade in select games.
- Digital flyer special: The Turtle Beach Ear Force DP11 Over-Ear Sound Isolating Headset for PS3/PS4 is $69.99, a savings of $80.
- On Saturday, October 31st and Sunday, November 1st, spending $75 or more in-store on “almost anything” (including games, I think) will get you 18,500 Shoppers Optimum Points worth $25 (which you can put towards more games).
That’s all for this week, and you can find the relevant pages from the flyer by clicking the link for each section. If you know any other places featuring some great deals, drop us a line at tips [at] marios-hat.com, and I’ll try to post them as soon as I can.
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