Get 10% off all your gaming needs at Ozgameshop
Save even more on Ozgameshop's already dirt-cheap games and accessories.
Click FrenzyTM is back for another round of online bargains just in time to get your Christmas shopping out of the way before the hectic holiday season kicks off in full. On top of the usual suspects participating in the retail event, video game retailer Ozgameshop is throwing its hat into the ring with 10% off its entire pop-culture catalogue sans pre-orders, consoles and items already on sale.
Ozgameshop is already a haven of video game bargains, with some of the cheapest prices on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch games and accessories you'll find anywhere in Australia. Best of all, shipping clocks in at a very reasonable $1.99, with orders over $40 scoring free shipping to boot.
To score the discount, simply use the code "WHYWAIT" at checkout. The 10% off discount is valid until midnight Thursday, so don't dally if you've got your eye on a sweet deal.
We've rounded up a few of our top picks from the online retailer below, and you can browse the full sale with the 10% discount coupon already applied using the following link:
|Product||Platform||Discounted Price||Buy it|
|Super Mario Odyssey||Nintendo Switch||$62.99||Go to site|
|Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus||PS4/Xbox One||$61.19/$62.99||Go to site|
|Assassin's Creed Origins||PS4/Xbox One||$65.69||Go to site|
|Call of Duty: WWII||PS4/Xbox One||$70.19||Go to site|
|The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild||Nintendo Switch||$70.19||Go to site|
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