That means this is the last guilt free week you can drop disposable income on yourself. By U.S. law, once the Holiday Shopping Season officially opens, you have to buy a bunch of crap for other people.
• Reader Jon from the U.K. passes along this photo (left) from a Sainsbury's supermarket, advertising some pretty nice console price drops. "PS3 for less than £200 is a good buy over here," he writes. Looks like the units involved are 20 percent off. Jon thinks the deal's good for all Sainsbury's so if you're within distance of one, might be worth checking out. [Thanks, Jon.]
• Logitech's G15 Gaming Keyboard is $49 throguh J&R Music World; it is usually $80 in the rest of the real world. [TechDealDigger]
• The official Guitar Hero Store is offering a $40 coupon on a two-guitar bundle for only $10 more than the regular one-guitar bundle. In other words, you pay $79.99 for the game and two axes. Regular is $119.99. [Dealzon]
• Amazon has extended last week's offer of $20 store credit toward a future game purchase with a full-price order of Modern Warfare 2 (all platforms). [TDD]
• Left 4 Dead 2, which releases Tuesday, has a similar deal going: Get it for $5 off the MSRP ($55) and get a $10 credit on top. Total value is less than the Modern Warfare 2 deal, but for those still chewing on the former shooter, waiting for it from Amazon might not be a bad idea if you get $15 in considerations thrown in. (Although Release Day Delivery is available.) [http://www.cheapassgamer.com/]
• Steam's weekend deal is half off for Crysis and Crysis Warhead. Both are $14.99. Or buy both together for $29.98 and save ... the same amount. [Steam]
• Walmart has reintroduced its 2-for-$30 offer on select titles for Wii (36 games) and Xbox 360 (33). Shipping for the Wii games is 97 cents; for the 360, it's $3.97, I guess because Xbox 360 games weigh more or something. [Dealzon]
As always, smart gamers can find values any day of the week, so if you've run across a deal, share it with us in the comments.