Buy 3, get 1 free on video and board games at Amazon

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Amazon is currently running a promotion that will let you land you a free game when you buy 3 more (opens in new tab). Tons of awesome titles are being offered as part of this deal, making this a great time to fill out your backlog with any number of awesome titles you've been meaning to get around to. Some of the games being offered even include spanking new releases like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (opens in new tab), The Outer Worlds (opens in new tab), and Borderlands 3 (opens in new tab). There, we just picked out 3 games for you, now you just have to pick one for yourself and you're golden.

If video games aren't your thing, you can even grab a handful of classic analog games to fill out your shelves. Besides the expected trappings of Battleship and Monopoly, you can also snag copies of Ticket to Ride Express or problematic fave, Cards Against Humanity. What's even better is you can mix and match from anything on the list, meaning you can grab a little something for everyone on your list if you're so inclined. This is likely a sale ramping up to the Black Friday game deals (opens in new tab) we'll see next month, but this is a great way to grab some hot savings no matter which side of the gaming line you fall on.

Buy 3 video or board games and get 1 free at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Buy 3 video or board games and get 1 free at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Buy 3 of the best video or board games at Amazon and they'll throw in a free one. 


This is likely a sale ramping up to the Black Friday game deals (opens in new tab) we'll see next month, but this is a great way to grab some hot savings no matter which side of the gaming line you fall on.

If you're loading up on PS4 games, you'll want to check out our guide to the best PS4 accessories (opens in new tab) and how to get the best PS Plus deals (opens in new tab) too.

Alice Newcome-Beill
Freelance Writer

Alice is a freelance games critic and contributor for The Verge, who loves role-playing games and gaming tech. She also writes for Lifewire, and once upon a time wrote for GamesRadar too.