It’s the Friday before the release of “Wolfenstein: The New Order” which means if it’s time to get off the fence about whether you want to pick it up when it releases on Tuesday. This last-minute pre-order deal guide was put together to help you decide whether to pick the game up for the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.
Amazon has a solid deal available with the “Wolfenstein: The New Order” available at the regular $59.99 price but it comes with a $10 store credit. The PC download version comes with a bonus free copy of “Ultimate Doom.”
Best Buy has the biggest pre-order offer available but you have to be a My Best Buy member (free) to get it. Pre-ordering “Wolfenstein: The New Order” for any platform comes with a $20 reward certificate and a $5 e-Gift Card (per this post). If you subscribe to the Gamers Club Unlocked service ($120 for two years), you’ll be able to get the game for $47.99 in addition to the $20 reward certificate.
GameStop is not offering a discount, gift card or credit for “Wolfenstein.” Instead, it is advertising the inclusion of access to the “Doom 4” beta for shoppers who pre-order. Unfortunately, that’s an offer that every pre-order receives so you’ll want to shop elsewhere unless you want to take advantage of the 30 to 40 percent extra in-store credit for trade-ins toward the game.
GetGames is keeping it simple. The digital download store for the PC is offering a straight 15 percent discount on the game which brings it down to $50.99.
GreenManGaming is offering 20 percent off with coupon code "FUSWJT-B1DU64-JBV8UY" bringing the price down to $48. There's also a free game offer for “Wolfenstein” that grants “Return to Castle Wolfenstein” with a pre-order. It may expire Monday or it may be extended by GMG yet again.
Playstation Plus subscribers can pre-order "Wolfenstein: The New Order" for the PS4 or the PS3 for $53.99 from the PSN Store. Thanks Jed in the comments below.
Walmart has an offer for PS4 and Xbox One owners who also love renting movies online. Pre-ordering the game for either of the two next-gen systems comes with a $4.99 credit to the VUDU video streaming service.
Edit: As pointed out by a reader, the Best Buy offer comes with a $5 gift card to make up for a Panzerhund Miniature figurine bonus offer that was removed. That brings the total to $25 back between certificates and eGift Cards at the retailer.
Edit 2: Thanks to Matt in the comments below for pointing out the 20 percent off coupon at GreenManGaming.