It's a busy week for new games: hello Jedi Fallen Order, Sword & No Psyduck Shield. But the week's about to get even more frantic, because it's sale season.
We already had a string of deals earlier in the week to coincide with Singles Day, the biggest online and retail shopping day of the year. But Australians have some extra bargain days of their own, starting with Click Frenzy.
The day doesn't traditionally have as much in the gaming and electronics space, compared to Black Friday/Cyber Monday, but this year the offering has expanded a fraction. They're not the only retailer that's offering Click Frenzy-themed discounts however, with online game marketplace Fanatical also offering a sitewide discount to coincide with the day.
We'll start with the hardware and accessories from Catch, which has some bargains on Switch controllers, games, and other peripherals, a quick twist to Harvey Norman for some cheap consoles, and then we'll do a big roundup of the online stores. I'll also periodically update this post with more bargains from other retailers as they come in.
Catch's Click Frenzy Gaming Deals
- Switch Pro Controller: $79
- Neon Red/Blue Switch Joy-Cons: $94
- Atari Flashback 8 Console: $89
- Neon Yellow Joy-Cons: $94
- PS4 Dualshock White Controller: $73
- Turtle Beach 600P Wireless Gaming Headset (PC/PS4): $118
- PS4 Dualshock Dual Charger: $34
- Havit Tenkeyless Mechanical RGB Keyboard: $49
- New Nintendo Switch Console (Grey): $398
There's more gaming deals here.
Not a big list, but it's a good one: solid deals on the new Switch and the Switch Lite with the EXTRATEN checkout code. Note that this will end just before midnight tonight. Keep in mind that there'll be plenty more around Black Friday/Cyber Monday, but this isn't a bad time to jump in.
- Switch Lite (Any Colour): $286.20
- New Nintendo Switch (Neon Red/Blue): $359.10
- New Nintendo Switch (Grey): $359.10
- Switch Lite Zacian/Zamazenta Edition: $296.10
- Logitech G920 PC/Xbox One Racing Wheel: $318
- Logitech G29 PS3/PS4 Racing Wheel: $318
The discount code applies to games as well, so using EXTRATEN will shave a few bucks off everything below. Prices are with the discount applied. Control at almost half price — already! — is a steal.
- Dishonored 2 (PC): $4.5
- MediEvil (PS4): $29.70
- Call of Duty Modern Warfare (PS4/XBO): $61.20
- Control (PS4/XBO): $44.10
- Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville: $43.20
- GRID: $61.20
- Need for Speed Heat (PS4/XBO): $61.20
- Luigi's Mansion 3 (Switch): $61.20
- Link's Awakening (Switch): $61.20
- Death Stranding (PS4): $61.20
- Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fuelled: $53.10
Plenty more where they came from here.
The UK-based PC codes retailer was one of the first to add support for the Australian dollar, and they've continued to keep an eye on the local market ever since. There's always a ton of rotating bundles and individual deals every day.
For Click Frenzy, there's an extra 10 percent off storewide with the CLICKFRENZY10 discount code. You can use this on just about everything, sans pre-orders and the Nintendo games that they're now selling digitally. But given that a bunch of good games are already 50 percent off or more, it's enough to fill up your Steam library for bugger all real fast.
All games can be found by searching through the Fanatical site here. Prices below are with the CLICKFRENZY10 code applied, which runs until 1900 AEDT on Wednesday, November 13.
- Deus Ex: Mankind Divided: $6.46
- Syberia 3: $3.68
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider: $28.45
- F.E.A.R. Bundle (FEAR 1, 2, Reborn, FEAR 3): $6.07
- Thief Deadly Shadows: $1.94
- Hitman GO: $2.65
- Legacy of Kain Soul Reaver: $2.51
- Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light: $3.60
- Sid Meier's Civilization V: $6.74
- Sid Meier’s Civilization VI: $22
- Cities Skylines: $9.33
- Neo ATLAS 1469: $12.75
- Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair: $30.54
- Blasphemous: $27.49
- Ni no Kuni Wrath of the White Witch Remastered: $64.06
- Death Mark: $31.47
- Indivisible: $48.82
- Cyberwar Bundle (Killing Room, Neon Chrome, Forward to the Sky, Black Hole + more): $5.75
You can view more deals over here.
This post is being updated regularly, so check back for more deals! And let us know if you spot anything good.
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