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Best Target Deals During Prime Day: Games, Headphones, Blu-Rays, And More (Last Chance)

The annual online shopping bonanza, Amazon Prime Day, is in full swing, and retailers across the board are slashing prices in their own anti-Prime Day sales. One of the biggest Amazon competitors to throw its hat into the ring is Target, which has brought back its Deal Days sale to run alongside Prime Day on October 13 and 14. As with other retailers, Target has cut the cost of a bunch of recent games, like NBA 2K21 and The Last of Us Part II. The deals are ending very soon, so you may want to act quickly.

The Deal Days page includes markdowns on a variety of items, including furniture, toys, and clothes in addition to games, accessories, and other electronics. We’ve dug through it all to round up some of the best deals below, and we’ll update this page as more big sales arise during the course of the sale.

The upshot of sales like Deal Days is that it’s open to all customers, unlike Amazon Prime Day, and Target often offers in-store pickup so you can get around shipping. And Target isn’t just cutting its game prices–although there are a ton of games you might be interested in at low prices ahead of the holidays. Also on the list are items like TVs, headphones, and gaming accessories. We’ve dug through to round up all the best gaming deals Target has to offer–check them out below.

Best Video Game Deals

A whole lot of games from a variety of publishers are on sale at Target, although the most notable discounts might be those on Nintendo first-party games for the Switch, whose prices tend to stick closer to their MSRP for longer. There are also a few Xbox One versions of games that are available for cheaper than their PlayStation 4 counterparts, so if you’ve got the choice, you can save a few bucks on Xbox versions.

Control – PS4

$14 (was $28)


Control – Xbox One

$11.50 (was $23)


The Last of Us Part II

$40 (was $60)


Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

$30 (was $60)


Madden NFL 21

$30 (was $60)


NBA 2k21

$40 (was $60)


New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe

$40 (was $50)


Grand Theft Auto V

$20 (was $30)


Assassin's Creed Odyssey

$20 (was $50)


Maneater

$20 (was $40)


Borderlands 3

$20 (was $40)


Sims 4 + Star Wars: Journey to Batuu Bundle

$20 (was $40)


The Outer Worlds – PS4

$30 (was $40)


Super Mario Party

$40 (was $50)


Yoshi's Crafted World

$40 (was $50)


Mario Tennis Aces

$40 (was $50)


Splatoon 2

$40 (was $50)


Red Dead Redemption 2

$40 (was $60)


Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege – Xbox One

$10 (was $20)


Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege – PS4

$15 (was $30)


Best Movie Deals

Target hasn’t hacked down its prices on many Blu-rays, but it is running a buy two, get one free deal on select movies, books, and music. Combined with a few notable discounts, there’s an opportunity to fill out your collection for a lot less than you might normally spend.

Sonic the Hedgehog

$12 (was $23)


Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker

$20 (was $25)


Joker

$10 (was $25.50)


Scary Stories To Tell in The Dark

$5 (was $18)


Us

$10 (was $15)


Best Electronics Deals

In addition to games, Target has discounts on a number of gaming headsets, headphone and earbud sets, TVs, and other electronics that you might want to nab, especially if you’re looking to upgrade your setup ahead of the launch of the Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5. Some of these are online-only doorbuster deals, so make sure you check their availability in your area if you’re hoping for in-store pickup.

Apple AirPods Pro

$200 (was $250)

Target has knocked $50 off the cost of Apple’s AirPod Pro earbuds, so if you’re looking for an upgrade, this might be the time. The noise-canceling Bluetooth earbuds are super convenient if you’re looking for a wireless option to pair with an iPhone.

Beats Studio3 Wireless Over-Ear Noise Canceling Headphones

$200 (was $350)

If you want to go bigger than earbuds, the Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones are available at a deep discount as one of Target’s doorbuster deals. They can charge super-fast if you’re in a pinch and feature Apple connectivity to make and receive calls if you’re an iPhone user.

Turtle Beach Recon 200 Amplified Gaming Headset

$50 (was $60)

There are a few Turtle Beach gaming headsets available at Target during Deal Days. The Recon 200 Amplified set goes beyond just providing a microphone and headphones for when you play–it amplifies sound and boosts bass, so if you like your games loud, this is the headset for you. The headset will work on both PS4 and Xbox One as well as PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.

Element 50" 4K UHD Roku TV

$200 (was $280)

If you’re hoping for a TV that’s fully capable of handling everything the next generation of game consoles will throw at you, you’ll want to check out our next-gen 4K TV guide. But if you want a TV upgrade without necessarily going all out, Target’s deal on the Element 50-inch 4K TV is a pretty good get at a solid price.

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