In case you missed out last week, you can once again snag an extra year of PlayStation Plus for $40. I know it seems like we’re seeing this deal every week right now, but these gift card deals tend to be feast or famine; it wouldn’t surprise me a bit if the deal disappeared for three months.
If you hurry over to Monoprice, you can save 20% on a $50 PSN gift card. PSN is rarely the cheapest place to buy full retail games, but this is a great deal if you like to buy DLC and small, downloadable titles.
If you hurry, here’s a rare opportunity to save on PSN credit. While you can frequently find better deals on full games from other retailers, this would be a great deal if you like to buy DLC. [$50 PSN Gift Card, $43]
Ebay just kicked off a nice little promotion promotion, with discounts of up to 20% on gift cards for several popular stores and restaurants, including IHOP, GameStop, Steak ‘n Shake, and Jiffy Lube. If you see any places where you would have spent your money anyway, then this is a no-brainer. [Up to 20% off Select…
Feel like shopping anywhere other than Amazon after yesterday’s Prime Day overload? You’re in luck, because eBay is taking $15 off every $100 you spend on a selection of gift cards to various stores and restaurants. Assuming they’re places you would have shopped anyway, that’s basically free money.
It's not even Black Friday yet, but we might have already found the most obvious deal of the holiday shopping season. If you're an Amazon Prime member, and you buy $45 in Amazon Gift Cards, you'll get a $10 credit added to your account. That's free money, folks.
If it looks like GameStop's 2009 holiday gift card was designed by a 12-year-old, that's because it was.
Target wants you to pre-order popular video games from their stores so badly, they're willing to pay you $5.
Gamers are sure to find all kinds of gaming goods under the tree this holiday season. But some, however, may only find a bunch of plastic gift cards.