Daily Deals: Funimation Anime Sale on Amazon, Discounted Nintendo eShop Cards and More
This Sunday brought some great deals, and we’ve brought you the best of the best. Amazon is doing a huge sale on a bunch of Funimation Anime. This includes Dragon Ball, One Piece, Attack on Titan and more. Not your thing, so don’t worry, we’ve got discounts on Xbox Game Pass, Final Fantasy XIV Game Time, Nintendo eShop Cards, and tons of other great products.
Use code EMCEYTE28 at checkout.
Final Fantasy XIV Online: 60 days Map
Use promotional code “EMCEYTE28”
17% off $29.99
3 months of Xbox gaming Past
Note that this is not the Ultimate Edition, but it is still a very good price.
$5 off with promo code 93XRP39
$50 Nintendo eShop giveaway Map
Free money? Yes please!
Funimation Anime Sale
This includes franchises such as Dragon Ball, Attack on Titan, One Piece and more.
The Legend of Zelda Legendary Edition Manga Box Adjust
Free MSI mouse with purchase
MSI GF65 slim 9SEXR-839
MSI GF65 Thin 9SEXR-839 – 15.6″ 144 Hz – Intel Core i5-9300H – GeForce RTX 2060 – 8 GB DDR4 – 512 GB SSD – Windows 10 Family – Gaming Laptop
MSI Laptop Summit E15
MSI Summit E15 Laptop A11SCS-207 11th Gen Intel Core i7 1185G7 (3.00GHz) 16GB Memory 1TB NVMe SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q 15.6″ 4K/UHD Windows 10 Pro 64bit
ABS gladiator game computer
Intel i5 10400F – GeForce RTX 3070 – 16 GB DDR4 3000 MHz – 1 TB Intel M.2 NVMe SSD
Game and Anime Tee-shirts
Get a bunch of cheap video game and anime themed t-shirts.
WD_Black 2TB SN850 with radiator
This is my choice for a compatible SSD simply because the option with the heatsink more than meets Sony’s physical height requirements for M.2 compatibility. Plus it’s discounted.
WD_Black 500 GB SN850 with radiator
Again available in the 500GB model, but currently offered by third-party sellers.
This M.2 from Crucial has a pretty good price but doesn’t include a heatsink, meaning you’ll have to buy one separately to fit it
XLR8 Game CS3040 1TB
This M.2 SSD is available with a heatsink or without, however, with the heatsink available, it will be too large to fit PS5 requirements for M.2 SSDs.