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It’s the most wonderful time — for gift catalogs.
GameStop’s “Ready. Set. Gift” guide is out, full of Nintendo Switch, gamers’ accessories and yes, Baby Yoda. But don’t get out your payment card just yet.
Here’s what you need to know:
Pretty much everything in the gift guide is retail priced; just use it to browse products.
Black Friday prices are coming, GameStop promises, but until those specific deals are announced sometime in the coming weeks, the gift guide is more of a reminder of what GameStop sells — not a book of discounts.
Pretty much everything — from the upcoming PlayStation 5 console to Nintendo Switch games to a Fortnite Loot Llama piñata — is no lower than the MSRP. And in some cases, like their Astro A10 Gaming Headset, the price is higher than most others stores’ prices.
The best deals in the gift guide have to do with earning Game Coin.
It’s free to sign up for GameStop’s Power Up Rewards program at the “Player” level (“Pro” costs $14.99/year).
When you join, you’re eligible to earn “Game Coin” on select purchases, which essentially is store credit that can be used your next purchase.
Here are some current offers for Power Up Rewards members:
- GameStop is giving $30 in Game Coin when you spend $300.
- When you pre-purchase the upcoming games Cyberpunk 2077, Assassins Creed Valhalla, or Watch Dogs Legion, you’ll get $10 in Game Coin.
- Buy 5 action figures, get 1 free.
- Buy 10 Funko Pop at $11.99 each, get 2 free
Power Up members also earn points on every purchase (10 points per $1 spent) that can be cashed in for rewards, coupons, and more. Learn more about Power Up Rewards.
There’s an insane amount of Baby Yoda stuff this year.
Things are getting a little bit out of control. Here are some products you can get this year themed with “The Child” from The Mandalorian:
- Star Wars The Bounty Collection – The Child, $8.99
- Star Wars: The Mandalorian – The Child Pin Set, $16.99
- Monopoly: Star Wars The Child, $19.99
- Star Wars: The Mandalorian – The Child Bitty Boomer Bluetooth Speaker, $19.99
- When the Beat Drops Meme Shirt, $19.99
- Star Wars: The Child Talking Plush Toy, $24.99
- 15 Days of Baby Yoda Socks, $24.99
- Star Wars: The Mandalorian/The Child Funko Pop Sets, $29.99 – $34.99
- Star Wars: The Mandalorian – The Child Waffle Maker, $39.99
- Star Wars: The Child Animatronic Edition, $59.99
The guide features many GameStop exclusive products.
Across their many product types, GameStop has special items you just can’t find anywhere else. Some of those items include:
- Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Juice Glass Set, $14.99
- Pokemon Pikachu Novelty Mug, $15.99
- Beyblade Tournament Vs 2 Pack, $19.99
- Star Wars The Black Series Gaming Greats Action Figures, $24.99
- Marvel’s Avengers Statues, $39.99
- PowerA Enhanced Wired Controller for XBox One/Series X, $29.99
- POP! Games: Ratchet & Clank 2-Pack, $22.99
- Power A Protection Case for Nintendo Switch & Switch Lite – Running Mario & The Legend of Zelda, $19.99
- Pokemon Poke Ball Beanbag Chair, $99.99
GameStop has geek-friendly holiday decor, too.
The guide says to “geek up your gear” this holiday season, and by that they mean merging your holiday traditions with your favorite video games and shows. Here’s a sampling:
- Super Mario or The Legend of Zelda wrapping paper, $6.99
- The Zelda Tri-Force or Super Mario Star light-up holiday tree toppers, $19.99
- Zelda Tri-Force or Super Mario Star miniature holiday trees, $24.99
- Star Wars Clone Trooper with Porg Holiday Edition Action Figure, $24.99
- Pokemon or Dragon Ball Z Funko Pop Advent Calendars, $39.99
- Themed holiday sweaters (The Legend of Zelda, PlayStation and The Mandalorian), starting at $34.99
GameStop has stocked up on gamer gear like headsets and controllers.
Here’s what we’ve spotted:
- 15 different gaming headsets, ranging from $14.99 to $299.99
- 3 different gaming keyboards & set, ranging from $59.99 to $249.99
- 3 different gaming mouse products, ranging from $69.99 to $149.99
- 2 different gaming keyboard/mouse bundles, $79.99 to $99.99
- 12 different video game controllers, ranging from $29.99 to $79.99
- Performance Thumbsticks, $14.99
- ASUS 24-inch Full HD Gaming Monitor, $199.99
- Gaming Laptops, $1,299 to $1,399
- Build-Your-Own Gaming Computer components
There’s a lot available for fandoms and collectors.
Again, there aren’t any deals to be had here, but it’s important to know that you have these options:
- UNO The Legend of Zelda Edition, $7.99
- Minecraft Iron & Diamond Swords, $19.99
- Fortnite Peely Pick Harvesting Tool, $22.99
- Jenga: Super Mario Bros. Edition, $24.99
- 15 Days of Socks Sets (The Mandalorian, Pokemon, The Nightmare Before Christmas), $24.99
- Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame Iron Man Arc Reactor Ring Set, $39.99
- Dragon Ball Z Popcorn Maker, $49.99
- Star Wars: The Mandalorian Monopoly game, $59.99 (online only)
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