The Last Of Us Part II is days away from launching. And if you’re looking at follow Ellie and Joel’s adventure once more, then you might as well grab it for a bargain. Here’s the cheapest copies of The Last Of Us Part II in Australia.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with new deals and offers since its original publication.
The cheapest retail price, although not by much, is Harvey Norman at $68. They’ve pretty much cornered the market on cheap games lately, usually undercutting the common retail price by a dollar.
Most other major retailers are offering the game for the usual price of $69, including JB and Kogan. Here’s the pricing round-up for Aussie retailers.
As always, keep in mind that several retailers including EB Games offer price matching, so you might be able to get that $68 price point regardless of where you shop.
- Harvey Norman – $68
- JB Hi-Fi – $69
- Amazon – $69 (plus location-based shipping)
- Dick Smith/Kogan – $69 (plus location-based shipping)
- The Gamesmen – $78 (plus location-based shipping)
- Gamory – $79 (plus location-based shipping)
- EB Games – $99.95 (comes with EB Exclusive reversible cover)
- PlayStation Store – $99.95
Some retailers are also offering special editions of The Last Of Us Part II. The JB Hi-Fi Exclusive ‘Special Edition’ of the game costs $129 and includes a steelbook case, artbook, digital soundtrack and more.
The limited ‘Ellie Edition’ of the game that includes a statue, backpack and more appears to be sold out in Australia so if you had your eye on it, you may be out of luck. Scalpers on eBay are already selling the special edition for upwards of $1,000.
After a long seven year wait to continue Ellie’s journey, The Last of Us Part II carries the heavy weight of anticipation. The hype has never been more real. What are you hoping for?
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