Labor Day Live Sales: All the Biggest PS5, Xbox, PC and Nintendo Switch Deals


Turtle Beach Recon Spark Gaming Headset – now $34.95 (was $49.99) on Amazon (opens in a new tab)

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Yes, the Turtle Beach Recon Spark was already particularly cheap at $49.99, but if you’re looking for a budget wired headset, it’s worth noting that that MSRP just gave way to a sale price of $34.95 (opens in a new tab) for the first time. Compatible on Xbox, PlayStation and PC, it’s another great budget choice for those who need a filler or just don’t need great audio quality.

The Career (PS5) – now $48.99 (was $69.99) on Amazon (opens in a new tab)

The PS5 Career

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We’ve never seen The Quarry $1 cheaper in the past, and Amazon’s latest $48.99 sale price (opens in a new tab) beats Best Buy by the same amount. That makes it a great deal if you missed out on the latest narrative adventure from the studio behind Until Dawn. Of course, you can grab it for even less if you’re using a PS4 – just $39.99 (was $59.99) (opens in a new tab).

Lenovo IdeaPad RTX 3050 Gaming Laptop, now $779.99 was $899.99 on Amazon (opens in a new tab)

Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3

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Labor Day sales are perfect for gaming laptops like this – an entry-level RTX 3050 configuration dropping to an all-time low from an already affordable starting point. You will find the Lenovo IdeaPad available for just $779.99 right now (opens in a new tab), whereas we’ve only seen the $899 MSRP drop to $810 before. This model sends you home with a Ryzen 5 processor, 8 GB of RAM and a 256 GB SSD.

Horizon Forbidden West PS5 bundle still in stock – $549 at Walmart (opens in a new tab)

PS5 Horizon Forbidden West bundle in stock

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In case you missed it, PS5 restock hunters are particularly well served right now. Indeed, alongside this weekend’s Labor Day sales, we’ve seen an explosion in new console inventory. Walmart is still keeping this Horizon Forbidden West package at the recommended price price of $549 (opens in a new tab), and we first saw it over a week ago. We’re starting to drop that availability from time to time, so we wouldn’t wait too long to pounce.

HyperX Cloud II Wired Gaming Headset – now $49.99, was $99.99 at Best Buy (opens in a new tab)

HyperX headset

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This is the first time we’ve seen the HyperX Cloud II drop to this Sale price of $49.99 (was $99.99) (opens in a new tab). Previous deals put the wired gaming headset at $59.99 at its lowest point. It’s a great result and worth celebrating if you’re looking for an all-in-one cup set, compatible on PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch.

MSI Optix Curved Gaming Monitor, now $259.99 (was $359.99) on Amazon (opens in a new tab)

MSI Labor Day Gaming Monitor

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This is a record price on the MSI Optix curved gaming monitor, with $100 off the original MSRP of $359.99. Take a screen with 165Hz refresh rate, 1440p resolution and tilt adjustment only $259.99 (opens in a new tab) is excellent value for money, especially since we’ve only seen it drop to $280 with previous discounts.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, now $19.99 (was $59.99) on Amazon (opens in a new tab)

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy

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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is down just $19.99 right now (opens in a new tab) – that’s a saving of $40 from the original MSRP of $59.99. Yes, it’s a year old game now – but if you missed today’s Labor Day sales the first time around, you’re covered with a record price.

Nintendo Switch OLED with free 128GB SanDisk memory card – now $349.99 at Walmart (opens in a new tab)

Nintendo Switch OLED Memory Card Bundle

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The Nintendo Switch OLED comes with a free 128GB memory card at Walmart right now. It’s a $34.99 value wrapped for the regular $349.99 MSRP (opens in a new tab). We don’t see too many Nintendo Switch bundles on the shelves these days, which means this is a rare opportunity to score some free loot with your console. Moreover, you will be able to load your eShop library directly from the start.

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