Canadian Video Game Deals for the Week of February 18th to February 25th, 2016
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, 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.
- All PlayStation 4 bundles are $30 off and include free thumbgrips.
- Save $25 on Fallout 4 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
- The EB Games-exclusive Hyrule Edition New Nintendo 3DS XL has a “new low price” of $239.99.
- Save $20 on Just Cause 3 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
- In-store only: Get a free $10 gift card when you purchase Life is Strange Limited Edition.
- Save up to $15 on select Turtle Beach headsets.
- Save up to $10 on select Biogenik products.
- From February 19th through 21st, Edge members get two times the trade bonus at the Edge VIP Event.
- Nothing this week, that I can tell.
- Save $5 on all single Skylanders SuperChargers drivers and vehicles.
- All $29.99 Pokemon box sets are $23.97, 20 percent off.
- The 500GB PlayStation 4 Call of Duty: Black Ops III bundle is $399.99 and comes with God of War III, a $70 value.
- Just Cause 3 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 is $54.99, $20 off.
- WWE 2K16 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 is $39.99, $40 off.
- The New Nintendo 3DS XL is $199.99, $30 off.
- $15.99 amiibo figures are buy two, get one free.
The following deals are from Saturday, February 20th to Friday, February 26th unless marked otherwise.
- On Saturday, February 20th only, get 20 times the Shoppers Optimum Points when you spend $50 or more on almost anything in the store.
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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