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US Game Deals: Save $200 on a 65" 4K/HDR TV and get Dark Souls 3 CE for $30 off

Still on the hunt for a good 4K TV to tag along with your next console of choice? Today we have two prime candidates for both lower-end and mid-range budgets, on top of some nice deals on gaming hardware and online subscriptions.

Check out the US gaming deals below and join us again next week for another fresh selection of discounts.

US daily gaming deals

Dark Souls 3: Collector's Edition for PS4 and Xbox One now $97.97

Xbox Live Gold 12-month subscription card now $47.99 at Rakuten

PS4 Camera now $39.99 at Best Buy

Guitar Hero Live for Xbox One now $37.99 at GameStop

FIFA 17 on Xbox One now $38.99 with Xbox Gold at Microsoft Store

GTA V for PS4 and Xbox One now $29.99 at Best Buy

US daily gaming TV deals

Sony 65" Class (64.5" Diag.) | 2160p | Smart | 4K Ultra HD TV with High Dynamic Range | Black now $1,599.99 at Best Buy
If you want a very nice television without going all the way to the super-pricey higher end, this LED model from Sony is a great option. It's made even better with a $200 discount, and it features both 4K resolution and HDR support so it will work well with your PS4 Pro and (most likely) Xbox One Scorpio.

View this deal: Sony 65" 4K Ultra HD TV with High Dynamic Range now $1,599.99 at Best Buy

Samsung 4K Ultra HD TV | 40" Class (40" Diag.) | LED | 2160p | Smart | $329.99 at Best Buy
Or if you'd prefer to stick to more affordable options, Samsung's introductory-priced 4K LED TV is now even cheaper with an $170 discount. You won't get HDR with this model, but the specs are otherwise pretty nice.

View this deal:  Samsung 4K Ultra HD TV now $329.99 at Best Buy 

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