GameStop usually goes big for Black Friday, and this year is no exception. The retailer is offering some of the biggest games of the year (including some just-released blockbusters) for super-low prices, as well as big savings on top subscription services like Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Plus.

We’re also pleasantly surprised to see some great GameStop deals on hardware, including significant discounts and specials on webcams, VR headsets, controllers and even TVs. Whether you’re looking to beef up your game library for cheap or need some new gear to play on, here are the best GameStop Black Friday deals we’ve found.

Nintendo Switch deals

Nintendo Switch Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Bundle ($299, originally $369; gamestop.com)
Nintendo usually offers a Mario Kart 8 bundle every Black Friday, but it’s sweetened the pot a bit for 2021. On top of getting you Mario Kart 8 Deluxe — an excellent kart racer that just about every Switch owner should have anyway — this bundle also includes three months of Nintendo Switch Online. That will allow you to play games online right out of the box while also getting you access to cloud saves and a sizable library of NES and SNES classics, including The Legend of Zelda and Super Mario World.

You’re getting all of that for the system’s base $299 price, which essentially means you’re getting $70 of free stuff. Just note that this bundle includes the standard Nintendo Switch, meaning you won’t get the bigger, bolder display found on the $349 Nintendo Switch OLED.

Nintendo Switch Joy-Con ($69, originally $79; gamestop.com)
It’s never a bad idea to pick up an extra pair of Joy-Cons, whether you want to refresh your Switch with some new colors or just need extra controllers for family game night. Nintendo’s versatile mini gamepads are available for their usual sale price of $10 off, making now a good time to grab some if you’ve been holding off.

Nintendo Switch Pro Controller ($59, originally $69; gamestop.com)
When you’re trying to win an intense Mario Kart match or finally vanquish that difficult Metroid Dread boss, sometimes the tiny Joy-Cons don’t cut it. The Switch Pro Controller is all but essential if you do lots of big-screen gaming, as it’s much more ergonomic and comfortable than the Joy-Cons while still supporting motion controls and advanced HD rumble haptics. It’s rarely cheaper than this sale price, so snag one while you can.

SanDisk 128GB MicroSDXC Card ($19.99, originally $34.99; gamestop.com)

If you download most of your games digitally, your Switch’s internal storage is going to fill up fast. We highly recommend that any Switch owner picks up a microSD card like this discounted 128GB SanDisk model, which will let you store exponentially more games, screenshots and videos at once. This popular card works with every Switch model, and as a bonus, it comes with some fun Nintendo branding.

Ring Fit Adventure ($54.99, originally $79.99; gamestop.com)

Nintendo’s hugely popular exercise game just hit its lowest price yet, making now a great time to see what all the hype is about. Ring Fit Adventure is essentially an immersive role-playing game that you play with your entire body, as you’ll use the included Ring-Con and Leg Strap to vanquish foes by performing various exercises. If you’re looking for a fun way to work up a sweat, this is it.

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit ($59.99, originally $99; gamestop.com)

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is an augmented reality game that essentially turns your living room into a playable Mario Kart course. You’ll drive an actual remote-controlled car around your home, which comes to life on your Switch screen as an interactive track complete with enemies, hazards and all the fun chaos that comes with a great Mario Kart race. It’s a really fun blend of digital and physical play, and it’s available at its lowest price yet right now.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild ($39.99, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)

If you somehow haven’t played Breath of the Wild yet, you’ve got one fewer excuse now. Largely considered to be the best Switch game out there, Breath of the Wild reinvents the Zelda formula by throwing Link into a gorgeous, expansive open world that you can explore however you see fit. It’s a no-brainer at this price.

Super Mario Maker 2 ($39.99, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)

Why settle for just playing a Mario game when you can make your own? Super Mario Maker 2 makes it easy to craft the Mario courses of your dreams as well as play a near-endless stream of creative, charming and straight-up sadistic levels created by other players. There’s even a story mode for those who want a more classic Mario experience that also teaches you some building basics. It’s one of our favorite Switch games, and well worth it at this price.

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle ($13.99, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle may have slipped under your radar when it launched a few years ago, but this Black Friday deal is a great chance to fix that. This charming strategy game features some surprisingly tactical turn-based gameplay that challenges you to carefully position Mario and friends around the battlefield while using and combining a bunch of fun abilities. It’s a must-have for Switch owners, especially at this next-to-nothing price.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 ($20, originally $39.99; gamestop.com)
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 is a superb remake of the first two games in the iconic skateboarding series, with gorgeously rebuilt levels, a stacked roster of skaters old and new and the same addictive gameplay that feels better than ever. With all of the levels from the first two games, online multiplayer and a create-a-park mode, you get a whole lot of game for the money here, particularly at this super-low sale price.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons ($49.99, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a relaxing simulation game that can easily eat up hundreds of hours of your life as you build your dream getaway island and hang out with a bunch of charming villagers. It’s still getting fresh updates and fun seasonal events nearly two years after release, and it’s currently $10 off for those who want to finally see what the hype is about.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate ($49.94, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)
Another essential addition to any Switch library, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is both a fun way to virtually beat up your friends and a loving tribute to all things video games. Its massive 89-character roster runs the gamut from staples like Link and Donkey Kong to third-party guests such as Pac-Man, Sonic, Solid Snake and Simon Belmont. Between its expansive World of Light single-player mode to its near-endless amount of casual and competitive multiplayer options, Smash Ultimate is one of the most content-packed games you can get for the money — especially at this rare $10 discount.

PlayStation deals

PlayStation Plus 1-Year Membership ($39.99, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)
PlayStation Plus is pretty much essential for any PS4 or PS5 owner, and it’s available at a steep discount right now. This subscription service allows you to play PlayStation games online while also getting you a monthly rotation of free games and access to exclusive discounts.

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales ($29.83; originally $49.99; gamestop.com)
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is one of the best PS5 games yet, with a heartfelt story, exhilarating web-swinging gameplay and gorgeous graphics and DualSense tricks that really showcase what the latest PlayStation can do. It’s a must-have at this price.

Demon’s Souls ($39.82, originally $69.99; gamestop.com)
If you’re up for a challenge, Demon’s Souls is exactly what you’re looking for. This stunning and unforgiving action game remakes the 2009 original specifically for the PS5, with beautiful graphics, satisfying controller haptics and a breathtaking world that’ll make pushing through those difficult bosses worth it.

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut ($49.94, originally $69.99; gamestop.com)
Ghost of Tsushima is one of the best PlayStation games in years, with satisfying sword and stealth combat, a compelling story and a beautiful island of Tsushima that you can explore freely. This PS5-optimized Director’s Cut includes a brand-new expansion story to play through as well as exclusive items and features, making this already great game an even sweeter value.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition ($24.99; gamestop.com)
Mass Effect Legendary Edition gets you the entire Mass Effect trilogy in a single remastered package, letting you play through an epic three-game sci-fi saga in which your choices have consequences — and carry over between titles. The fact that you can get all of that for $25 right now is pretty bonkers, so if you missed the Mass Effect train or are just aching for a replay, don’t miss this one.

Resident Evil Village ($19.99, originally $49.99; gamestop.com)
Resident Evil Village is one of the absolute best games of 2021, blending the visceral first-person horror thrills of Resident Evil 7 with the open gothic environments and huge action set pieces of Resident Evil 4. It’s a must-play for newcomers and old fans alike, especially for just $20.

Call of Duty: Vanguard (starting at $39.99, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)
The brand-new Call of Duty game is already discounted for Black Friday, with the PS4 version starting at $39 and the PS5 edition going for $54. Note that the PS4 version can be upgraded to the PS5 version for free. Either way, this is a pretty solid discount on a just-released shooter that has plenty of content to keep you busy over the holidays.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy ($26.99, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)
The new Guardians of the Galaxy game is an action-adventure romp that’s just as charismatic — and cinematic — as the recent films. It was one of our most anticipated games from E3 2021, and it’s already at a steep discount just weeks after launch.

Madden NFL 22 ($34.99, originally $69.99; gamestop.com)
If you’re looking for your football fix, the latest Madden game is available at a pretty solid discount. On top of looking more eerily true to life than ever, Madden NFL 22 evolves the pigskin action with a deeper franchise mode and new X-Factor abilities that make top NFL stars feel even more unique to play as.

Far Cry 6 ($34.99, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)
Far Cry 6 is the latest installment in Ubisoft’s popular open-world shooter series, this time tasking you with liberating the city of Yara using guns, vehicles and even a few dog companions. Oh, and Giancarlo Esposito is the bad guy.

NBA 2K22 ($26, originally $69.99; gamestop.com)
If you haven’t picked up 2K’s latest basketball game, this is the cheapest we’ve seen it yet. NBA 2K22 puts more offensive and defensive moves at your fingertips, features a new City that you can explore as you see fit while engaging in games and challenges and lets you build your fantasy squad in MyTEAM mode.

Marvel’s Avengers ($9.99, originally $39.99; gamestop.com)
We really enjoyed the cinematic superhero action of Marvel’s Avengers, and while it has its flaws, the game is a no-brainer at this price. Better yet, it’s constantly getting better with free updates and expansions — including the arrival of Spider-Man exclusively for PlayStation players this fall.

Cyberpunk 2077 ($9.98, originally $29.99; gamestop.com)
Cyberpunk 2077 was an absolute mess at launch, but this highly polarizing role-playing game has gotten better over time with performance updates — and is available for next to nothing right now. There’s still plenty of fun to be had in CD Projekt Red’s intriguing sci-fi world, especially at this low price.

Xbox deals

Xbox Series S.

Xbox Series S With 3 Months of Game Pass ($309; originally $345; gamestop.com)
The Xbox Series S is in stock at GameStop — practically a deal in itself — and if you snag one, you’ll get three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $9.99. That’s a savings of $35, and will instantly jump-start your library with hundreds of games that include Forza Horizon 5, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Back 4 Blood. The Series S is also just a great little console, with zippy load times, impressive 1440p gaming performance and a handy Quick Resume feature for juggling multiple titles. (Note that this deal will likely go in and out of stock.)

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate 3-Month Membership ($24.99, originally $44.99; gamestop.com)
If you want the more fully featured Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, GameStop is currently offering three months of the service for pretty cheap. Game Pass Ultimate gets you access to the full Game Pass library on Xbox, PC and the cloud, and also includes Xbox Live Gold for Xbox online play and exclusive offers.

Xbox Wireless Controller ($49.99, originally $64.99; gamestop.com)
The latest Xbox controller is Microsoft’s best yet, featuring more ergonomic and textured grips, a rounded D-pad for added precision and a handy share button for instantly capturing your best moments. It’s just about the best-feeling controller out there and works with Xbox consoles, PCs, Macs and mobile devices, so there’s really no reason not to have one handy.

Call of Duty: Vanguard (starting at $39.99, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)
The brand-new Call of Duty game is already discounted for Black Friday, with the Xbox One/Xbox Series X version of the game going for just $46. This is a solid discount on a just-released shooter that has plenty of content to keep you busy over the holidays.

MLB The Show 21 ($14.99, originally $29.99; gamestop.com)
MLB The Show 21 finally brings the beloved PlayStation baseball game to Xbox, with multiple game modes for casual and serious play as well as the most realistic visuals the series has seen yet. Get it for dirt cheap while you can.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy ($26.99, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)
The new Guardians of the Galaxy game is an action-adventure romp that’s just as charismatic — and cinematic — as the recent films. It was one of our most anticipated games from E3 2021, and it’s already at a steep discount just weeks after launch.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition ($24.99; gamestop.com)
Mass Effect Legendary Edition gets you the entire Mass Effect trilogy in a single remastered package, letting you play through an epic three-game sci-fi saga in which your choices have consequences — and carry over between titles. The fact that you can get all of that for $25 right now is pretty bonkers, so if you missed the Mass Effect train or are just aching for a replay, don’t miss this one.

Resident Evil Village ($19.99, originally $49.99; gamestop.com)
Resident Evil Village is one of the absolute best games of 2021, blending the visceral first-person horror thrills of Resident Evil 7 with the open gothic environments and huge action set pieces of Resident Evil 4. It’s a must-play for newcomers and old fans alike, especially for just $20.

Madden NFL 22 ($34.99, originally $69.99; gamestop.com)
If you’re looking for your football fix, the latest Madden game is available at a pretty solid discount. On top of looking more eerily true to life than ever, Madden NFL 22 evolves the pigskin action with a deeper franchise mode and new X-Factor abilities that make top NFL stars feel even more unique to play as.

Far Cry 6 ($39.99, originally $59.99; gamestop.com)
Far Cry 6 is the latest installment in Ubisoft’s popular open-world shooter series, this time tasking you with liberating the city of Yara using guns, vehicles and even a few dog companions. Oh, and Giancarlo Esposito is the bad guy.

NBA 2K22 ($35, originally $69.99; gamestop.com)
If you haven’t picked up 2K’s latest basketball game, this is the cheapest we’ve seen it yet. NBA 2K22 puts more offensive and defensive moves at your fingertips, features a new City that you can explore as you see fit while engaging in games and challenges and lets you build your fantasy squad in MyTEAM mode.

Marvel’s Avengers ($9.99, originally $39.99; gamestop.com)
We really enjoyed the cinematic superhero action of Marvel’s Avengers, and while it has its flaws, the game is a no brainer at this price. Better yet, it’s constantly getting better with free updates and expansions — including the arrival of Spider-Man exclusively for PlayStation players this fall.

Cyberpunk 2077 ($9.98, originally $29.99; gamestop.com)
Cyberpunk 2077 was an absolute mess at launch, but this highly polarizing role-playing game has gotten better over time with performance updates — and is available for next to nothing right now. There’s still plenty of fun to be had in CD Projekt Red’s intriguing sci-fi world, especially at this low price.

PC gaming, VR and TV deals

Oculus Quest 2 With $50 gift card ($299, originally $349; gamestop.com)
The Oculus Quest 2 is a great virtual reality headset and one of our favorite overall gaming platforms, with a hassle-free setup that anyone can enjoy and an excellent library of immersive games, entertainment apps and sweat-pumping fitness experiences. You can currently get it with a free $50 gift card, which is perfect for picking up some Quest 2 accessories to go with your headset.

Razer Kiyo Pro Camera ($99, originally $199; gamestop.com)
The Razer Kiyo Pro is our favorite high-end webcam, thanks to its stellar low-light performance and smooth 1080p picture quality. It’s an absolute steal for just $99, whether you’re a Twitch or YouTube creator or just want to look ridiculously clear during Zoom calls.

Logitech G915 TKL Lightspeed Keyboard ($179, originally $229; gamestop.com)
The Logitech G915 TKL is one of our favorite wireless keyboards for both gaming and working, thanks to its satisfying, comfortable keys and compact wireless design. It’s worth the premium, and an even better pickup for under $200.

HyperX Cloud Stinger Wired Gaming Headset ($29.99, originally $49.99; gamestop.com)
The HyperX Cloud Stinger is one of the better budget gaming headsets we’ve tested, and it’s well worth this low price if you want something basic that will work with just about any platform.

Free $100 Gift Card With Select Vizio TVs (various models; gamestop.com)
GameStop is offering a free $100 gift card with the purchase of select Vizio TV models, running from the $499 65-inch V Series model to the high-end $1,599 75-inch P-Series. Many of these TVs themselves are discounted, so this deal is worth scooping up if you need a new set to pair with your PS5 or Xbox Series X.

Gaming chair deals

Razer Iskur Gaming Chair ($349, originally $499; gamestop.com)
Razer’s popular Iskur gaming chair is available at a steep discount for Black Friday. This model features multilayered synthetic leather built to survive prolonged use, highly adjustable arm rests and a memory foam head cushion to keep you as comfortable as possible during intense fragging sessions.

Atrix Premium Gaming Chair ($119, originally $199; gamestop.com)
One of the cheapest Black Friday gaming chair deals we’ve seen so far, this Atrix model features a steel construction and memory foam lumbar cushions, and it can recline up to 155 degrees.

AKRacing SX Gaming Chair ($319, originally $479; gamestop.com)
Another steeply discounted gaming chair, this AKRacing SX model promises a high-quality polyurethane leather coating, 3D adjustable arm rests and a Class 4 gas lift for easy height adjustment. And unlike many cheap chairs, it has a pretty slick and subdued look that’ll fit right into your home office.