There’s an endless array of exciting video games being released within the next few weeks, and Amazon Australia has a great deal to ensure you can grab as many as possible.
Yesterday, Amazon released a limited-time code that offers people who have never ordered on the store $15 off eligible items over $49.
It’s a pretty awesome deal, especially for gamers, but there are a few caveats to be aware of.
According to Press Start, you will have to make the purchase through the Amazon app, which is available on the App Store and the Google Play Store, and the deal only works for new or existing customers that haven’t made a purchase.
I know it sounds harsh, but don’t worry. If, like me, you’re already an Amazon-obsessed customer, just sign up for a new account and you should be able to apply the code.
The code that you have to apply at the checkout is: APP15.
Most items sold on Amazon AU are eligible for the deal, except products sold by third-party sellers, digital purchases, subscriptions and gift cards.
That means that a bunch of good ol’ (and brand-new) video games are available for some pretty insane prices. Head to the Amazon Australia app for the full list of products over $49, but we’ve collected some of the best deals below (prices marked after applying promo code):
- Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4 / Xbox One): $47
- Marvel’s Spider-Man (PS4): $64
- Battlefield V (PC / PS4 / Xbox One): $54
- Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (PC / PS4 / Xbox One): $61
- Fallout 76 S.C.L Edition (PS4 / Xbox One): $54
- Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee/Pikachu! (Nintendo Switch): $44
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo Switch): $54
Remember, while the code is a blessing from the gods for us gamers, it can be used for most other sections on the Amazon website.
That means you might be able to pick up a great hair dryer for mum or that Amazon Echo dad’s seen all the ads for. You might even have the foresight to buy all of your textbooks for next year while the sale is on.
Or, as I suggest, you can spend it all on video games. I’ll let you decide.
[Feature image courtesy of Microsoft]