US Game Deals: Save 25% on a 42.5" 4K TV and get Fallout 4 for $30

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Today we have some great deals for gaming at home and on the go alike. Whether you're in the market for your first 4K TV or want to get a second (or third or fourth), you'll like the price on this Toshiba set, and your phone battery will thank you for investing in a Mophie charger.

Read up on the US gaming deals below and stop back in tomorrow for more limited-time discounts.

US daily gaming deals

Fallout 4 for PS4 and Xbox One now $29.99 at Amazon

Halo 5: Guardians for Xbox One now $23.97 at Amazon

Rainbow Six Siege for Xbox One now $22.31 at Amazon

Forza Horizon 3 for Xbox One now $48.95 at Amazon

Dragon Quest Builders for PS4 now $49.89 at Amazon

Uncharted 4 for PS4 now $49.73 at Amazon

The Last of Us: Remastered for PS4 now $19.68 at Amazon


US daily gaming TV and gadget deals

Toshiba | 43" Class (42.5" Diag.) | LED | 2160p | With Chromecast Built-in | 4K Ultra HD TV | Black now $299.99 at Best Buy
The 4K TV deals keep coming, and this time you can save a quarter of the cost on a budget-friendly model from Toshiba. At 42.5" it's a great "bedroom TV" size and at just $299 it's definitely within impulse range, at least for a new TV.

View this deal: Toshiba 42.5" 2160p LED TV at Best Buy

Mophie powerstation mini chargers now $9.99 at Best Buy
Holiday travel is nearly upon us. If you want to play Pokemon Go or other battery-hungry mobile games away from a power outlet, you could really use a portable power source to keep your phone alive. Enter this $50-off deal on Mophie powerstation mini in various colors, each of which will boost your phone with a 2500 mAh capacity in a compact package. Not bad for $9.99!

View this deal:  Mophie powerstation mini at Best Buy

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