Last chance: These 4th of July video game sales are ridiculous—and they start at just $1

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Lots of gaming gear is marked down for the 4th of July. (Photo: Getty Images)
Lots of gaming gear is marked down for the 4th of July. (Photo: Getty Images)

There’s been a spike in gaming over the last few months, mainly due to social distancing—and retailers are pricing games and consoles to move. These 4th of July video game sales offer ridiculous savings, and won’t last long.

We’ve rounded up the best video games sales from Amazon, GameStop, and more. Whether you have an Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Nintendo Switch (or all three), you’ll find something you’ll love—or maybe re-discover a long-lost favorite.

Shop the best gaming sales below, before it’s too late.

Best Xbox One sales

Save $50 on Borderlands 3: Super Deluxe Edition (Photo: Amazon)
Save $50 on Borderlands 3: Super Deluxe Edition (Photo: Amazon)

It’s time to join a mayhem-fueled thrill ride! In Borderlands 3, you’re tasked with stopping the calypso twins from getting all the bandit clans together and claiming the ultimate power in the galaxy. Travel through and discover new worlds and collect a whole boatload of new gadgets along the way.

This is the Super Deluxe Edition, which includes a season pass, four campaign DLC (downloadable content) packs with new missions and stories, a Steelbook case, more loot and power-ups, and much more.

“This game is literally everything you love about Borderlands with a brand new story line, new monsters, and new baddies,” writes a delighted five-star reviewer. “I have been waiting forever for this game. In typical Borderlands fashion you have hilarious side quests, perfect guns, and fun ways to modify your character.”

And right now, Borderlands 3: Super Deluxe Edition for Xbox One is on sale for $50, or half-off at Amazon. Get it before it this sale ends.

Here are some more Xbox One sales to check out:

Best PlayStation 4 sales

Save 33 percent on NBA 2K20. (Photo: GameStop)
Save 33 percent on NBA 2K20. (Photo: GameStop)

Sure, the NBA season isn’t happening right now, but you can still have all the basketball action your heart desires with NBA2K20 for PS4 — which is on sale for $20, or $10 off at GameStop. It features all 30 NBA teams and your favorite players, including LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Steph Curry, James Harden, Gordon Hayward and so many more.

NBA 2K20 has all the gameplay you want from multi-player online to one-on-one with you versus the game itself. It even features all WNBA teams and players — such as Brittney Griner, Elena Delle Donne, Liz Cambag, and Nneka Ogwumike—for the first time ever!

“This is a tremendously fun game! It has been over a month since I purchased, and I am still discovering the many great aspects of the different game modes,” adds another satisfied shopper. “Guaranteed to help ease some of the boredom and anxiety during quarantine, isolation, and social distancing.”

Get all the NBA action you can handle, before this sale expires.

Here’s a list of the PS4 sales below:

Best Nintendo Switch sales

Save a whopping 67 percent on Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. (Photo: Amazon)
Save a whopping 67 percent on Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. (Photo: Amazon)

In this madcap crossover, Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Yoshi join forces with four friendly Rabbids (from the hit gaming franchise Raving Rabbids) in an wacky and fun adventure to save all of the Mushroom Kingdom from chaos and danger when a group of not-so-friendly Rabbids invade and try to conquer.

For players ages 10 and up, the award-winning role-playing game Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle for the Nintendo Switch finds Nintendo and game publisher Ubisoft join forces to deliver a wild co-op game that’s full of strategy and puzzles with new weapons and attacks that are fun for new and old Mario fans, alike.

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is on sale for just $20, or $40 off on Amazon. That’s a whopping 67 percent off! However, this game is back in stock on July 10, but you can order it now to lock in this sale price.

Check out these other Nintendo Switch sales below:

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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