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Final Fantasy 7 Remake gets a big pre-order discount at Amazon

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A bunch of video game coupons are popping up at Amazon

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake art Square Enix

Final Fantasy 7 Remake, the long-awaited PS4 remake of the beloved Square Enix JRPG, isn’t due out until March 2020, but Amazon is currently discounting the pre-order by a full $18 (or $24 off the Deluxe Edition) with a new on-site coupon.

Amazon cancelled its video game pre-order discount for Prime members last year, and seems to have mostly done away with the store credit program that was supposed to replace it. The company has recently been getting into gaming-related exclusives, like the Final Fantasy 14 Online promotion and a Wolfenstein: Youngblood controller skin. But in the last week or two, Amazon has dropped several video game coupons, like this Final Fantasy 7 Remake discount.

Also getting the Amazon coupon treatment are some of the biggest games of the last year or two, including Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice ($33.24), Monster Hunter: World ($17.14), Devil May Cry 5 ($34.99), Spyro Reignited Trilogy ($20.99), and Shadow of the Tomb Raider ($17.49).

The coupons are applied at checkout and, while the fine print indicates that only one coupon can be applied per customer, we were able to add multiple copies of several games to our Amazon cart and it still showed the full discount.

Amazon hasn’t indicated how long these coupons will last — we’ve seen a few come and go throughout the week. However, thanks to Amazon’s pre-order price guarantee, if you order Final Fantasy 7 Remake now and the price drops any lower before its released, you’ll be refunded the difference.