Top 10 Trending Video Game Deals for November 2019
Why is it trending? 
In order to determine this list we look at three factors:
  1. Is the item discounted off of the original price and by how much?
  2. Has there been a recent price drop?
  3. What does the aggregate shopping behavior of Honey users tell us about the popularity of this product?
Using these data points, our custom algorithm dynamically updates the list.

There was a $32.00 price reduction, bringing the price down to $54.99, resulting in savings of 37%.

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Video Game Deals, Offers, and Tips

When to Buy Video Games - While gaming is a pastime filled with countless hours of fun and entertainment, true gamers know the toll this hobby can take on your bank. Staying up to date on all the latest video games doesn’t have to be such a pricey proposition if you follow this general rule of savings: timing is everything. Firstly, new games drop in price rather quickly. While it’s cool to be the first in school to play the newest AAA video game, you can save quite a bit by waiting to buy at least a week after launch. If you wait a full month, you’ll probably end up with a sizeable chunk shaved off the initial purchase price. Secondly, retailers will set enticing pricing at predictable times of the year. Video games that have been out all year will go on deep discount for the annual Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales, and new video games released late Fall for the holiday season will go on sale in January after the holidays are over. Try shopping the start of Summer season as well, since this is when retailers will set tantalizing prices for the Summer breaker crowd. So, have patience young Padwan! Whether it’s waiting well past the release date on blockbuster titles or capitalizing on recurring seasonal deals, being strategic with your timing is the key to savings success.

Where to Buy New and Used Video Games - One of the most remarkable ways to save significantly on your overall purchase price is by buying pre-owned video games. While these used games are usually in like-new condition, they will still sell for just a fraction of the cost of an unused game. Stores like GameStop and Best Buy host a wide variety of affordable new and used games, and will offer buyback and trade-in services respectively. If you’re finished playing through some of your games, trade them in as soon as possible to maximize the buyback price offered. You can then put the cash you earn back towards your next video game purchase.

Buy and Bundle Digital Format Video Games - Oftentimes, you can find savings just by choosing to buy the digital version of a video game. This is because the costs associated with manufacturing a physical product, as well as upkeep and maintenance of brick and mortar establishments, will end up distributed over the entirety of a retailer’s inventory and tacked onto the final sticker prices. Online stores like Fanatical and Green Man Gaming can provide great prices on digital format video games because they minimize these overhead costs. These digital storefronts also offer great bundle bargains wherein purchasing a package deal of multiple games at once will dramatically reduce the cost per item. Be on the lookout because bundling provides some of the best deals around!
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