Today gave us some great deals in the form of Super Mario Odyssey’s cheapest pre-order price, a brand new Humble Bundle once more, £10 off a nice set of Sennheiser headphones, and more. Let’s take a look at today’s best deals.
UK & US Deals
There’s a slightly more modest than normal bundle on offer over at Humble this year. The Humble Micro Jumble Bundle (yep, that’s a weird name alright) is up for grabs, featuring a host of indie underdogs including Oh, Sir! The Insult Simulator, Pony Island, and most importantly of all – Devil Daggers, all for around £3 / $4.
Pay what you want:
- Geometry Dash
- Pony Island
- Oh, Sir! The Insult Simulator
- Space Pilgrim Episodes 1-4
Pay more than the average:
Who’s Your Daddy?
- Town of Salem
- Hack_me 2
- Devil Daggers
- Oh, Sir! The Hollywood Roast
Play-Asia is the first to offer up a brand new set of Bluetooth wireless earphones from Nakamichi. The MyRhythm True Wireless earphones come in black or silver and cost £77.48 / $99.99, putting them significantly cheaper than a lot of the competition. They also come with a super nifty travel charging case and dock.
If you’re looking to pick up Mario’s latest adventure, Super Mario Odyssey, on the Nintendo Switch when it launches on October 27th this year, you may be on the lookout for the cheapest price around. Fortunately, we’ve done that work for you. The cheapest price for Super Mario Odyssey on Switch right now is over at Amazon UK, where you can pick the game up for £42, with Prime members getting an extra discount and only paying £40.
Currently, the cheapest price around for the still-quite-expensive ‘King’s Edition’ of Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom is over at ShopTo, where you can pick up the game on PS4 for just shy of £150. while stock lasts. The next closest price is a full £10 more expensive from GAME, so I’d expect the ShopTo stock to run out soon. Get in while you can.
This week at Zavvi, you can pick up a bit of a bargain on a set of Sennheiser headphones. These HD471G closed over-ear headphones can be had for £39.99 using code SENN10 during checkout. That code will knock £10 off the overall price. Couple that with free delivery and you’ve got a nice, high-quality set of cans for extra cheap.
If you’re the type to indulge in some limited edition versions of games, you can head over to Amazon UK right now and pick up the last of the Destiny 2 Limited Edition PC stock while it’s still available. It’ll run you £79.99 unless you’re a Prime member, in which case you’ll get a whole £2 off that price. The Xbox One and PS4 editions are already gone at the time of writing, though, so this one is for computer people only.