Australia's biggest video games retailer isn't going to pass up the chance to roll out those red-and-white sales banners.
EB Games is famous for its countless bargains and over-the-top sale signage that can be seen from space* (*not fact).
Nevertheless, Boxing Day is sure to deliver a few more bargains than your typical EB Games blowout. Discounts on console bundles, controllers and new-release games like Red Dead Redemption 2, Battlefield V and Fallout 76 are almost certain, along with plenty of price cuts on pre-owned titles and the shelves upon shelves of "loot" EB Games now stocks.
We've collected some of the top deals from EB Games' Boxing Day sale in the table below, so check them out:
Boxing Day EB Games deals
|Product||Original price||Discounted price||Discount||Buy it|
|Just Cause 4 (PS4)||$99.95||$47||52.98%||Go to site|
|Assasin's Creed Origins Omega Pack (Xbox One)||$99.95||$47||52.98%||Go to site|
|Assasin's Creed Origins Omega Pack (PS4)||$99.95||$47||52.98%||Go to site|
|Just Cause 4 (Xbox One)||$99.95||$47||52.98%||Go to site|
|Nintendo Switch Pokken DX Controller||$39.95||$19.00||52.44%||Go to site|
|L.A. Noire (Switch)||$49.95||$28||43.94%||Go to site|
|Nintendo Switch Wired Controller||$59.95||$36||39.95%||Go to site|
|Razer Kraken Pro V2 Gaming Headset||$149.95||$118||21.31%||Go to site|
|Xbox One Wireless Controller||$89.95||$76.46||15.00%||Go to site|
|PS4 Nacon Revolution Pro Controller 2||$199.95||$178||10.98%||Go to site|
Video game deals you can get right now
Popular Gaming coupon codes
|Last checked||Code description||Code|
|23 Nov 2018||Get 3% off your order||FIN****|
|10 Jan 2019||Extra 7% off video & audio products||CAF****|
|15 Feb 2019||Up to $850 off selected Alienware gaming PCs||********|
|15 Feb 2019||30%-40% off monitors and accessories||********|
|15 Feb 2019||Up to 80% off Today's Catch deals||********|
Shopping tips: EB Games
- Remember that EB Games has a limited-time returns policy for Christmas. It does extend the valid refund period beyond the standard seven days it enforces for the rest of the year, but your product must be all in one piece and you'll need to keep your receipt handy to swap it over or get your refund.
- Trade in old games to save money. If you've got a pile of old games (or even an old iPod, iPad or iPhone) gathering dust around the house, take them with you and see how much it will offer you. Note: We don't recommend doing this on Boxing Day. Trading in games makes the transaction much longer and you'll face a horde of angry shoppers behind you while you haggle.
- Check the rating when you're shopping for games. Games are rated by the Australian Classification Board, just like TV and movies, so you can know for sure if the title is age appropriate. If you're not too sure how to check classification, a retail assistant will know if the game is age appropriate.