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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is finally here and shaping up to dominate yet another holiday of video game sales. If you’re looking to join the fun in the new Blackout Battle Royale mode — or make someone very happy this holiday season — there are already a number of great deals you can take advantage of.
There are options for physical games as well as digital downloads. And if you want more than one copy, there’s even good deal for a two-copy group buy!
For a round-up of all the best Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 deals and discounts, look no further:
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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Black Friday 2018 Deals
According to the Black Friday ads released so far, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be available for $45 at Target (PS4, Xbox One) and Best Buy (PS4 only).
Gamers will also be able to pick up a PC, PS4, or Xbox One copy of the game at Walmart for $39.99 starting November 16th and continuing while supplies last.
How to Get the Best Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Deals
Daily Steals (via FaceBook)
Daily Steals has the best deal in town at the moment. The outlet is selling PS4 copies of Black Ops 4 for just $34.99 via Facebook Marketplace.
As the promotion itself notes, the game will come with Spanish language packaging. But don’t fret: the game itself features the same English language content as a US copy. Additionally, there’s no region protection to worry about.
Keep in mind that you will need a Facebook account to take advantage of this deal, but the shipping is free!
Green Man Gaming
Green Man Gaming is running a small, but nevertheless appreciated discount on Black Ops 4 for PC. You can grab yourself a copy for $55.99, which represents an 8% discount on the usual price.
And since this is a digital copy of the game, it comes with a bonus 1,100 CoD Points, and other Digital Edition bonus items.
Newegg has two deals on offer at the moment. The more attractive deal - a copy of either the PS4 or Xbox One version of the game for $49.99 - is only available through Newegg’s eBay store.
Just hit Buy it Now and you’ll see the discounted price on the checkout page. We’ll throw links to both versions below.
Meanwhile, on the Newegg website, you can get the PC version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for free with specific ASUS products as part of the “Asus Gift” promotion. So if you happen to be in the market for some Asus gear, like this awesome ASUS ROG Swift monitor, you can bag yourself a copy of the game at no extra charge.
You can always rely on CDKeys for great deals on download codes for PC games, and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is no exception.
If you shop around, you'll find several deals for the game. But the one that caught our eye offers the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Digital Deluxe Enhanced Edition for $112.19, down from the usual price of $129.99.
Not to be confused with the lower-tier Digital Deluxe Edition, the Enhanced Edition gets you future DLC as part of the Black Ops Pass, along with 8,500 CoD Points and other in-game digital bonus items.
If you're looking to play Black Ops 4 with a friend, MassGenie might have the deal for you. When you buy two copies of the Standard Edition through a Power Deal, MassGenie will knock the price down to $49.99 for each copy (available for PS4 and Xbox One).
Keep in mind that you're shelling out $100 for two copies of the game, so make sure you've got a committed friend willing to take the duplicate copy off your hands.
The official digital PlayStation Store is still offering a few exclusive perks for digital buyers to consider.
Buyers of the Standard Edition will get 1,100 CoD points, multiple in-game trinkets including a Specialist Outfit, an exclusive gesture, a Calling Card, an Emblem, a Sticker, and a Tag themed on the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 skull.
The game is tagged at the regular price of $59.99, but keep in mind there’s no sales tax. If you want to keep your collection all-digital, these neat little extras are something think about.
Which deal did you use to get Call of Duty: Black Ops 4? Have we missed any killer offers? Let us know in the comments below!
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