I dreamed about these games, fat man. I dreamed about these deals every night on the road. Five ball. You know, these are my Weekend Coupons, man. I own them.

• The Xbox 360 Elite Forza/Halo: ODST bundle is only $239 with a coupon Dell launched Friday that ends Wednesday, or after 500 uses. [Update: It's been used up. Bundle is now $269, which is still $30 off.] Dell also has the Arcade for $159, and Walmart.com still has the 250GB Final Fantasy XIII or Splinter Cell: Conviction bundles for $349 each. [Dealzon]

• Or you can grab the Elite 120GB Winter 2009 bundle, which gets you Lego Batman and Pure for $259, also through Dell. [TechDealDigger]

• Nintendo DS Lite (blue or red) is $99 from Dell Home. Next lowest prices are $115 and $129. [Dealzon]


• The Sony PSP Go, in black, is $179 from Dell Home. Next best price is $221. [Dealzon]

• Walmart.com has Battlefield Bad Company 2 (360) and a three-month Xbox Live Card for $51.96 (free pickup in-store, $2.47 shipping). Best prices elsewhere add to $68. [Dealzon]


• Steam's Weekend Deal is the first Modern Warfare for half off, or $14.98 [Steam]

• Granted, there's about two months to go until the next edition is out, but Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 on the Xbox 360 is $14.98 through Amazon, a pretty good buy if you just want to play golf and don't need the latest and greatest. [TechDealDigger]


• Direct 2 Drive's second week of its Spring Sale ends tomorrow. See a list of what it's got going on here, GTA IV is $7.50, and plenty of other titles are down to impulse-buy price.

• Are you already jonesing for some Halo: Reach? The coupon code 15NEW at GameStop gets you either the game's Limited Edition for $67.99, or the Legendary Edition for $127.49. It's normally 12 bucks more in both cases. [LogicBuy]


Your Shape (Wii) with Jenny McCarthy and a webcam is $19.99 at Amazon. The next best is $43. Hey, Mother's Day is around the corner. Though if you give a weight-loss program as a gift to your Mom, that's your ass, not mine. [Dealzon]

• If you're thinking about a games rental service, GameFly's upped its trial from 10 to 15 days free, and throws in a free magazine sub to Sports Illustrated or Entertainment Weekly [LogicBuy]


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.