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Cheap Dungeons & Dragons deals - up to 50% off this Cyber Monday

Cheap Dungeons & Dragons deals - up to 50% off this Cyber Monday
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For anyone that's tempted to try out the best tabletop RPGs or fancies expanding their collection, there are some cheap Dungeons & Dragons deals that want to say hello. This Cyber Monday, Amazon's slashing the price of D&D sets across the US and UK - up to 50%, in some cases. That includes a wealth of rulebooks, starter kits, and published adventures for Dungeon Masters old and new to follow. Better still, there are offers on brand-new content like Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus as well. If you've not heard of that one yet, it acts as a prequel for the upcoming Baldur's Gate 3. No matter what you choose, there are hundreds of hours of gameplay involved in this library of offers. That means you're getting pretty great value for money - now's the time to invest if ever there was one.

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Of all the cheap Dungeons & Dragons deals we've seen so far, the best one would have to be on the Core Rulebooks Gift Set. This bundled trio of books gets you the Player's Handbook for rules and character creation, the Dungeon Master's Guide for building your own campaigns (or worlds), and the Monster Manual that details most of the foes you'll find in the D&D world of the Forgotten Realms. Overall, that's a saving of $86 - much cheaper than buying each book separately, if you were wondering.

New to D&D? We'd recommend picking up the aptly-named Starter Set. As you can probably guess from the title, it's the perfect entry-point for newer players and offers everything you need to get going as soon as possible. That includes a stripped-down rulebook that's as accessible as possible, pre-generated characters (not to mention the means to create your own), dice, and a beginner's adventure that remains one of the series' best. It's also a great jumping off point for other published D&D adventures like Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus.

Ready? Cool - here are the very best cheap Dungeons & Dragons deals for Cyber Monday.

Cheap Dungeons & Dragons deals

Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set | $11.57 on Amazon (save $8)
The perfect introduction to D&D - you'll get everything you need here. UK price: £15.49 on AmazonView Deal

Dungeons & Dragons Core Rulebook Gift Set | $81.98 on Amazon (save $85.96)
Want the ultimate D&D package to create your own campaigns? This is it. UK price: £93.31 on AmazonView Deal

Dungeons & Dragons Player's Handbook | $29.95 on Amazon (save $20)
This is the full D&D rulebook and character creation kit that every player should pick up. UK price: £25.34 on Amazon View Deal

Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon Master's Guide | $28.66 on Amazon (save $21.29)
Planning to run your own D&D games? This is the rulebook you need. UK price: £25.34 on Amazon View Deal

Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual | $27.99 on Amazon (save $21.96)
This is a must-have companion to the Dungeon Master's Guide - it tells you everything you need. UK price: £27.99 on Amazon View Deal

Dungeons & Dragons Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus | $29.99 on Amazon (save $20)
Want to get ready for Baldur's Gate 3? This campaign acts as a prequel. UK price: £27.99 on AmazonView Deal

Dungeons & Dragons Stranger Things Set | $12.50 on Amazon (save 50%)
This set is based on Mike's campaign from Stranger Things Season 1. Oh my, the 80's nostalgia. UK price: £25.99 on AmazonView Deal

This is only the beginning when it comes to Cyber Monday game deals, of course - more are due to hit by the time the day itself rolls around on December 2. 

For more tabletop shenanigans, don't miss the best board games - they're bound to get some great discounts as well, so keep your eyes open!

As a staff writer for our Central Hardware Team, Benjamin looks after many of the buying guides, deals, tech reviews, and board game features you’ll see on GamesRadar+. He’s also a tabletop geek with credits that include PC Gamer and Metro.co.uk.