Labor Day sales live: all the biggest PS5, Xbox, PC and Nintendo Switch deals

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iPad 10.2-inch (64GB, Wi-Fi) – now $279 (was $329) on Amazon (opens in a new tab)

Labor Day Sale on 10.2-inch iPad

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An iPad is a great gaming tablet, already $279 (opens in a new tab) you’re getting a high-end piece of equipment here for a record low price. We’ve never seen the 10.2-inch iPad drop below $299 before, making this $50 savings the biggest discount on the books. In addition to a great set of gaming features, you also get a great streaming, note-taking, and web-browsing device.

Logitech G502 SE Hero Gaming Mouse – now $34.99 (was $79.99) at Amazon (opens in a new tab)

Logitech G502 SE Hero

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The Logitech G502 SE has been cheaper than this before, but only in February 2020. In fact, this is the lowest price we’ve seen on the budget winner since then, and a return to the best price offered this year. Its super low price belies a particularly powerful pointer, with 11 programmable buttons and a built-in adjustable weight system. you will find all that for $34.99 right now (opens in a new tab)a savings of $45 from $79.99.

Alienware Aurora R10 RTX 3060 Gaming PC – now $1,199.99 (was $1,879.99) at Dell (opens in a new tab)

Alienware Aurora R10 Gaming PC Sale

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This RTX 3060 gaming PC represents a particularly strong value right now. There’s a massive $680 discount in Dell’s current Labor Day sales, bringing that MSRP to $1,879.99 up to just $1,199.99 (opens in a new tab). Rarely do we see RTC 3060 machines of this caliber reaching this price point, especially with a Ryzen 7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD installed.

mario kart 8 deluxe now $44.99 (was $59.99) at Amazon (opens in a new tab)

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Sale

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It may have been an early launch title, but Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has refused to change its MSRP too often in its five years on the market. In fact, we only started seeing discounts here in the last year; even then, prices usually only drop to $49.99. That means this sale price of $44.99 (opens in a new tab) it looks even better than usual in today’s Labor Day sales, perfect if you’ve just picked up a new console.

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

Turtle Beach Headphones Sale

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

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

The PS5 Quarry

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We’ve only seen The Quarry $1 cheaper in the past, and Amazon’s latest $48.99 sale price (opens in a new tab) is beating Best Buy by the same amount. That makes this an excellent deal if you missed out on the latest narrative adventure from the studio behind Until Dawn. You can of course buy it for less if you have a PS4, for 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 deals are perfect for gaming laptops like this one: an entry-level RTX 3050 configuration slashing to a record price 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 previously we only saw the MSRP drop from $899 to $810. This model sends you home with a Ryzen 5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD.

The Horizon Forbidden West PS5 bundle is still available: $549 at Walmart (opens in a new tab)

PS5 Horizon Forbidden West Bundle Available

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In case you missed it, PS5 replenishment hunters are particularly well catered for right now. That’s because, coupled with this weekend’s Labor Day sales, we’ve seen an explosion in new console stock. Walmart is still holding on to this Horizon Forbidden West bundle at the recommended price $549 price (opens in a new tab), and we saw it for the first time more than a week ago. However, we’re starting to drop this availability from time to time, so we wouldn’t wait too long to jump in.

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 HyperX Cloud II go down 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 an excellent result and worth celebrating if you’re looking for an all-in-one cup set, compatible with PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch.

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

Gaming Monitor MSI Labor Day

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

Marvel Guardians Of The Galaxy, now $19.99 (was $59.99) on Amazon (opens in a new tab)

Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy

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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is down to just $19.99 right now (opens in a new tab) – That’s a savings of $40 over the original MSRP of $59.99. Yes, this is a year-old game now, but if you missed out the first time around, today’s Labor Day sales have you covered at a record low 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 Pack

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The Nintendo Switch OLED comes with a free 128GB memory card at Walmart right now. That’s a $34.99 value packed for the regular MSRP of $349.99 (opens in a new tab). We don’t see too many Nintendo Switch bundle deals on the shelves these days, which means this is a rare opportunity to score free items with your console. Plus, you’ll be able to upload your eShop library right from the start.

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