Best Memorial Day Deals At Best Buy – Save Big On Video Games And Tech This Weekend – GameSpot

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You’ll find video games, laptops, TVs, collectibles, and more discounted to some of the best prices of the year.

The long Memorial Day weekend is upon us, and Best Buy is marking the occasion with a generous sale on video games, laptops, collectibles, and more. Many of the prices are among the best we’ve seen this year, but the event ends on Monday–so you’ll want to make sure you carve out time to peruse its catalog. If you need some help, we’ve pulled together the best Memorial Day deals below.

A bunch of great games are on sale for big discounts at Best Buy this weekend, including a handful of Nintendo Switch exclusives. You can save $20 on Super Mario Maker 2, Super Mario Party, Mario Golf: Super Rush, Mario Tennis Aces, and more. Meanwhile, PS5 and Xbox Series X owner can save big on hit games like Resident Evil 4, Dead Space, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, and plenty more. PlayStation 5 users will also find a $25 discount on the high-end Nacon Revolution 5 Pro controller. You can also grab the ASUS ROG Ally Windows gaming handheld for as low as $400.

Ready to upgrade your gaming rig? Both laptops and prebuilt desktop PCs are included in this weekend’s sale. One of the best gaming laptops getting a price cut is the ASUS TUF 15.6-Inch, as it gets you an RTX 4070 and 1TB SSD for just $1,050 (down from $1,400). If you want something a bit more powerful, step up to the Lenovo Legion Pro 5i, as you’ll get an RTX 4070 for $1,400 (down from $1,800). Alternatively, Lenovo also makes a Legion Slim 5 with an OLED display and RTX 4060 GPU that’s on sale for $1,000. As for prebuilt desktop PCs, the HP Omen 40L Gaming Desktop (RTX 4060 Ti, 1TB SSD) is now $1,250 (down from $1,480). However, if your budget allows, you can pick up the superpowered Alienware Aurora R16 Desktop for $2,750 (down from $3,200). That’s a lot of cash, but it gets you an RTX 4080 Super and a 2TB SSD.

A handful of TVs are on sale at Best Buy this weekend, including options for large home theaters, small bedrooms, and more. One of the biggest discounts is for the Samsung 55-Inch Class QN90C Neo QLED Smart TV (4K, 120Hz), as it’s seeing a full $500 price cut. If you don’t need the most vibrant screen or fastest refresh rate, you can pick up the Insignia 55-Inch Class F30 Series LED Smart TV (4K, 60Hz) for $250 (down from $350).

Apple products are often resistant to price cuts, but that’s not true at Best Buy right now. Anyone looking for a reliable laptop should check out the MacBook Air 13.6-Inch Laptop (M2 Chip) for $850 (down from $1,000), as it’s one of the best prices we’ve seen this year. The M2 Chip isn’t the newest chip in the Apple lineup, but it’s more than enough for light gaming, data processing, and other daily work (or school) tasks. And if you need new headphones or earbuds, you’ll find nice deals on the AirPods (2nd Gen), AirPods Pro (2nd Gen), and AirPods Max.

The Sony WH1000XM5 are one of the best pairs of headphones you can buy in 2024, and this weekend the premium noise-canceling cans are on sale for $330 (down from $400). Alternatively, you’ll find their predecessor the WH1000XM4, discounted to $250 (down from $350). For your home theater, the Samsung HW-B650/ZA 3.1 Channel Soundbar + Subwoofer is a nice option now that it’s $250 (down from $400), as it supports DTS Virtual: X for an enhanced audio experience, as well as Adaptive Sound Lite to provide better voice clarity during loud action scenes.

You should also check out Amazon’s Sony Electronics sale for even more deals this weekend.

Rounding out the Best Buy deals is a series of toys and collectibles. Now’s your chance to pick up Pokemon TCG: Scarlet & Violet Obsidian Flames Booster Packs for just $3 (down from $4.50) or Disney Lorcana: Rise of the Floodborn Starter Decks for $10 (down from $17). Aside from TCG packs, the Lego Technic Mars Crew Exploration Rover (1,599 pieces) is seeing a $30 price cut and a variety of Funko Pops are on sale for around $8 each (down from $12).