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It’s the last weekend to preorder Batman Arkham Knight, and several retailers are pulling out all their tricks to get you to buy from them. In addition to the Harley Quinn DLC bonus, the Premium Edition along with Season Pass has been confirmed to be receiving all retailer timed-exclusive preorder DLCs.

PC gamers as usual are getting the best deals. The best discount is the Premium Edition (base game + season pass) which is 10% off instantly and has a stacking 40% off coupon dropping the price from to only $54 (from its expensive $100 list price). Using the same coupon drops the Standard Edition to only $36, or the Season Pass for $24.

The big discounts are all on the PC version, but if you’re a console gamer, this weekend you can at least get a decent bonus offering. If you snag a copy of either the PS4 or Xbox One version from Best Buy, you’ll get a bonus $10 in “My Best Buy Rewards.” Better yet, if you’re a Gamers Club Unlocked member, the price drops to only $47.99. There’s also a solid deal from the Microsoft Store, where if you preorder the Xbox One version you pay full price but get a bonus $10 Xbox gift card and free release day delivery if you preorder by 2 PM Pacific on Friday, June 19th.

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While Batman Arkham Knight makes a pretty catchy headline, it’s not the only decent gaming deal available this weekend. For PC gamers, we’re now on Day 8 of the Steam Summer Sale, with a new round of discounts now available on a variety of titles. (Check out our Daily Deal analysis here.) Origin is also running its “Live to Play, Play for Less” sale with discounts up to 70% off select titles – a great place to find deals on PC games exclusive to Origin like Dragon Age Inquisition.

Batman: Arkham Knight Deals

Batman: Arkham Knight Premium Edition (Steam) — $53.99 after coupon. MSRP is $100. Comes with Season Pass and all retailer exclusive pre-order DLCs.
 
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Batman: Arkham Knight (Steam) — $36.00 after coupon. MSRP is $60. Comes with Harley Quinn pre-order DLC.
 
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Batman: Arkham Knight + $10 Rewards (PS4, Xbox One) — $59.99. MSRP is $60.
 
 
 

Batman: Arkham Knight (Xbox One) — $59.99. MSRP is $60. Bonus: $10 Xbox Gift Card and Release Day Delivery
 
 
 

Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass (PC/Steam) — $24.00 after coupon. MSRP is $40.
 
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Batman: Arkham Knight – The Serious Edition (PS4, Xbox One) — $69.99. MSRP is $90.
 
 

XBox Live/PSN Plus deals

PlayStation Plus 12-Month Card — $39.99. MSRP is $50.
 
 
 

Xbox Live Gold 12 Month Gold Card — $35.99. MSRP is $60.
 
 
 
 

Console hardware deals

Released last Tuesday: Xbox One 1TB Console + Halo: The Master Chief Collection + $50 Promo Code + AC: Unity — $399.00. MSRP is $399.
 
 

PlayStation 4 Console + Last of Us Remastered + Bloodborne — $399.99. MSRP is $400.
 
 

Xbox One Halo Master Chief Collection Bundle + Assassin’s Creed Unity + $50 Promo Code — $349.00. MSRP is $399.
 
 

Upcoming releases

June 23: Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward (PC Download) — $29.99. MSRP is $40.
 
 
 

June 23: Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward – Collectors Edition (PC Download) — $44.99. MSRP is $60.
 
 
 

July 10: F1 2015 (Steam) — $39.95. MSRP is $55. For the Xbox One version, you can buy at Microsoft Store and receive $10 in Xbox gift card.
 
 
 

September 15: Mighty No. 9 (Steam) — $15.00 after coupon. MSRP is $20.
 
 
 

November 10: Fallout 4 (Steam) — $45.00 after coupon. MSRP is $60. The best deal for the Xbox One version is at Microsoft Store, where you’ll get $10 in Xbox gift card and free guaranteed release day delivery.
 
 

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