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The network recently launched a new website called Jelly Deals, which scours the most prominent online retailers to find you the latest and greatest deals in gaming.
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This helps us to keep developing new articles and features for the site, while you get your hands on an amazing bargain at the same time. It's win-win basically, and your support is greatly appreciated as always!
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Here we are already, another week down and another set of deals to take a look at. Over at Jelly Deals, we scour the internet for the best prices for games and tech every day and when we can, we'll bring them straight to you.
This LG 29 inch UltraWide monitor had previously been spotted on offer for a discounted price of $240, down from its original $400 price tag. That deal quickly sold out but, as luck would have it, not only has this monitor appeared back in stock but it's also been discounted by a further $20. We're not sure how long the stock on this one will last this time, but it's the cheapest way we know of to get an UltraWide monitor right now.
Why does a mouse need nine programmable buttons? Well, that's up to you to decide. What we can tell you is that this Logitech G300S mouse is normally $40, but Best Buy have cut the price in half today, down to just $19.99 for a limited time. If you're into gaming mice and fancy a replacement or just a spare, this is probably worth a look.
Tomoko may not be a brand you'll recognise, but if you've ever been curious about trying out a mechanical keyboard on a budget, they're your best bet. Right now, Amazon is offering up this Tomoko mechanical keyboard - with extra clicky blue switches - for under $40. This is a great chance to see if those extra clicky-clacky keys are for you.
If you're waiting on the release of the latest World of Warcraft expansion, Legion, but haven't taken the plunge into purchasing yet, then this one's for you. Amazon are currently selling the Legion pre-purchase edition for £26.85.
For that price, you'll of course get access to Legion upon release, but you'll also receive an instant-use boost to bring one of your characters up to level 100, as well as access to the Demon Hunter class a little bit early – from August 9th to be precise.
GamesPlanet has a Summer Sale going on right now. That means they're offering up a bunch of games for considerably less than they normally would be. They're almost all Steam keys, but you might find the odd Uplay or Origin codes in there as well. Here are some highlights from the sale so far.
- Dark Souls 3 £23.99
- BioShock Triple Pack, £6.28 (These will get auto-upgraded to the remastered versions in September)
- XCOM: Enemy Unknown - Complete Edition, £4.99
- Mortal Kombat X, £7.49
- Alien Isolation - The Collection, £7.60
- Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, £16.66
- Valkyria Chronicles, £3.74
- The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition, £2.09
- Monkey Island 2 Special Edition, £2.09
If you're looking to build a new PC or feel like moving your OS to a faster drive, Amazon are currently offering this 250GB Samsung 750 EVO SSD for just shy of £60. That's not the biggest SSD you can find, these days, but for that price it would do nicely as an upgrade if you're still running your operating system off of a dusty old HDD.
If you’re curious about 4K, but aren’t willing to throw down upwards of one or two thousand pounds towards a high-end 4K television set, Philips may have just what you're looking for. This 43-inch 4K set normally retails at £300+, but is currently discounted by Argos to £279.99. That’s probably your best chance to get a budget 4K TV for a while.
That's all for now! Keep in mind that, with the internet being what it is, deals do have a tendency to disappear without warning - be it due to price changes, stock outages, or what have you - so there's a chance these may be gone by the time you click. Over at Jelly Deals we spend each day attempting to find more deals, so feel free to visit us for the latest bargains. You can find us on Twitter and Facebook as well.