Target is taking 20 percent off a bunch of digital games (and some random business software) in a new weekly deal. Several Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Windows PC games are discounted at Target this week, as well as DLC expansions, in-game currency packs, and online memberships.
Particularly of note is a Nintendo Switch Online 12-month family membership on sale for $27.99 (usually $34.99.) The family plan covers up to eight people and isn’t location-based, which means you and seven friends can get a year of the Switch’s online service for about $3.50 each.
Some bestselling Switch games are discounted too, including Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu, Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Also worth checking out are indie hits like Celeste, Into The Breach, Stardew Valley, and Dead Cells.
As for DLC, Target is offering the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighters Pass for $19.99 (usually $24.99.) The pass bundles all five promised Challenger Packs, two of which have yet to be announced. Separately the Challenger Packs are $5.99 each. (Amazon is matching this deal.) Expansion packs for Splatoon 2, and Breath of the Wild are also discounted.
And of course there are Xbox One and Windows PC deals as well. Most of the PC games on sale are a few years old at this point, but there are some gems, like Minecraft, Age of Empires, Titanfall 2, and a bunch of Final Fantasy titles. Xbox One players can save on some of the best games of the last year or so, including Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Resident Evil 2, Sea of Thieves, and Monster Hunter World.
For the full list of digital games on sale, head to Target’s website. The 20 percent off deal runs through Saturday, Aug. 31.