Ratchet and Clank for £56! Monster Hunter Rise for £24! More!
It’s a big week for new releases and, as if on cue, eBay has dug out another voucher code that can save you 20 percent at a number of gaming stores. It’s a great chance to save some moolah on Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade, Monster Hunter Rise and loads more.
You’ll need to enter the code ‘SHOP4LESS’ at the checkout to apply the discount. Currently, the usual suspects are all represented – so that’s Boss Deals, ShopTo and The Game Collection. Further afield, you’ll see the AO and other tech stores are also involved. From there you can get the LG BX OLED – one of Digital Foundry’s best TVs for gaming – for under £900.
You’ll find just the main highlights below right now because, as we’ve seen before, eBay sellers usually get pretty wise to these code discounts and either bump up prices or pull listings. With that in mind, you might want to grab any of the offers below sooner rather than later. I’ll do my best to keep this updated with anything else exciting I come across – and if prices change or anything sells out.
Even with its hefty £70 regular price tag, Chris came away a big fan of the PS5 exclusive, as you can read in his Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart review. Meanwhile, Martin found Monster Hunter Rise to be one of the best Switch games – now an absolute bargain at £24. And I’m sure Digital Foundry will bring us their thoughts on the PS5 upgrade for the Final Fantasy 7 Remake real soon.
As well as this page, we’ll be sharing more of the top offers available with this latest eBay voucher on the Jelly Deals Twitter. Give us a follow there if you want to hear about them first and all the upcoming Amazon Prime Day deals!
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