VIDEO GAME DEALS & COUPONS IN CANADA
The stats are in: 50% of Canadians are gamers, including over 90% of kids and teens. There's no denying that video games play a big part in the entertainment of Canadians across both genders and all age groups. Whether you line up at the store for the release of the newest games, or just play occasionally with friends, video games can be a great source of entertainment and a popular way to spend your leisure time.
With the Canadian video game industry being the 3rd largest in the world, the retail landscape for video games is busy all year round. Here at Dealguild.com we want you to get your gaming on, while paying the lowest possible prices for your games, consoles and accessories. This is why we work tirelessly to get you the latest, most valuable Canadian video game discounts, deals and promotions that will get you more of the games you love for a great price. Previous video game deals have included the likes of:
- 70% off the purchase of your first game
- 25% off select pre-orders
- Select games for free
- 15-day free trials
- 75% off the top 50 games
VARIETY OF VIDEO GAMING DEALS
We know that gaming tastes vary from one person to the next, so we make a point of publishing deals from as many gaming sellers and services as possible. From subscription-based sites to big box retailers, we are constantly adding new names to our list of video game retailers. Popular gaming destinations include:
And many more...
BIG GAMES, SMALL PRICES
Tips on getting the best video game deals in Canada:
Buy refurbished. If you tend to play many popular games, the cost of buying new can get expensive. Many video game retailers such Amazon.ca, Best Buy and EB Games as will offer amazing deals on previously-played games. This can save you a great deal of money if you buy games on a regular basis.
Trade in your old games. Let someone else have a go at your old games and get a credit toward your next game purchase. Some retailers such as Best Buy and EB Games will offer a recycling program that gets you store credit when you bring in your previously-played video games.