Another year, another Madden, and today marks the release of Madden NFL 16. Interestingly enough, tons of deals are out there. Not only are the PS4 and Xbox One games discounted, but several console bundles are also available with hundreds of dollars in savings.

Madden NFL 16 Deals:

Console Bundle Offers:

Most people are just gonna go down to GameStop or Best Buy and pick up the game for $59.99, but Rakuten’s eBay outlet page “buy” is selling PS4 and Xbox One copies for only $49.99. The deal is set to run for one full week or until sold out, with a total of 600 copies of the PS4 version and 400 copies of the Xbox One game at this price and free shipping in the continental US.


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NewEgg is offering two interesting bundle deals today on its eBay store page. When you buy an Xbox One 1TB Madden NFL 16 bundle for the standard $399.99, they’re tossing in a free Covert Forces controller – a $65 value. For the PlayStation 4, they’ve got the Last of Us Remastered bundle plus Madden NFL 16 for the standard $399.99, which essentially gets you a free copy of the new Madden.

Last but not least, Best Buy offers a few hundred dollars in savings on an HDTV plus Xbox One Madden bundle. You don’t need to fork over a whopping $850, but what you get is a 50-inch Samsung Smart TV that sells for $650 alone and an Xbox One 1TB Madden NFL 16 bundle which sells for $400 right now. Essentially you’re saving $200… not bad.

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