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Hurry! These are the best last-minute Cyber Monday gaming deals for under £50

Hurry! These are the best last-minute Cyber Monday gaming deals for under £50
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There are only a few hours of Cyber Monday left, which means there are fleeting moments left to pick up an excellent bargain. There's never been a better time to save money on all those Christmas presents. However, it can be hard working out what's actually a good deal. Worry no more, as we're here to help. GamesRadar+ has sifted through the main Cyber Monday game deals to bring you the best last-minute bargains to pick up. 

On this page, you will find some must-have deals that are all under £50. We can't promise you miracle savings (you won't find an Xbox One or PS4 console), but we can offer the likes of Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening for just £36.99. So, scroll down to find the best last-minute Cyber Monday deals! And if you're after something slightly more expensive, then check out our updating lists of the best Cyber Monday TV deals and Cyber Monday Nintendo Switch deals.

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening on Switch | £36.99 at Currys (was £49.99)
One of Nintendo Switch's must-play games; a fun adventure with quirky characters and an excellent, simple story.View Deal

FIFA 20 on PS4 | £37.99 at Currys (was £47.99)
The latest instalment in the long-running football franchise. The perfect gift for any footy fan with a console.View Deal

Super Mario Odyssey on Switch | £36.99 at Currys (was £39.99)
Another must-play Switch game, Super Mario Odyssey is the latest game to feature the beloved Italian plumber. View Deal

Luigi's Mansion 3 on Switch | £36.99 at Currys (was £49.99)
Forget Mario for a minute - this one's all about his older, taller brother Luigi. Released just a few months ago, this game won a rave 4.5 star review from GamesRadar+.View Deal

PS4 controller DualShock 4 | £29.99 at Currys (was £44.99)
Get yourself couch co-op ready with another PS4 controller. View Deal

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on PS4 | £42.99 at Argos (was £49.99)
The latest in the Call of Duty series has already dropped in price. Why not put that extra DualShock controller to use and play this with a mate?View Deal

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on Xbox One | £42.99 at Argos (was £49.99)
You can also get COD on Xbox One, though you definitely cannot use that DualShock controller with this version!


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Seagate 1TB external hard drive | £37.99 at Amazon (was £54.99)
Need more memory? Then you could do a lot worse than picking up this huge 1TB external hardrive from the reliable Seagate. You can even upgrade to the 2TB version for an extra £10.View Deal

SanDisk 128 GB for Nintendo Switch | £17.99 on Amazon (was £40.99)
Expand your Switch's memory with this Nintendo licensed memory card, featuring a cool Mario-inspired decal. View Deal

Red Dead Redemption 2 on PS4 | £24.99 at Amazon (was £29.99)
One of the best games of 2018 has sunk to under £25. If you (or a relative) has ever fantasised about being a cowboy, this is for you (or that relative). View Deal

Borderlands 3 on PS4 | £34.99 at Amazon (was £49.99)
Become King or Queen of the wasteland, and all for a new low price.View Deal

Borderlands 3 on PS4 | £34.99 at Amazon (was £49.99)
Become King or Queen of the wasteland, and all for a new low price (but on Xbox One).View Deal

Anthem on PS4 | £5 at Amazon
You can pick up a AAA game for the price of two coffees! What's not to love? (Also on Xbox One for the same price)View Deal

Control on PS4 | £33.02 at Amazon (was £44.99)
One of our favourite games of the year, with its TV-like storytelling, now at a new low price.View Deal

And there you have it: some of the best deals you can pick up this Cyber Monday before they all disappear. So, hurry now, and get yourself a bargain.

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