Gamers, take note. Walmart and Best Buy are offering a $30 savings when you buy a Nintendo Switch with a game -- it's basically the return of the Mario Day sale, with some even better titles to choose from.
If you prefer PC games to consoles, you might be interested in saving $200 on the Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop or $25 on the Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse.
Let's take a closer look at these deals.
Back on March 10, Nintendo had a Mario Day sale (Mar10, get it?) that bundled a half-price Mario game with a Nintendo Switch, for a net $30 savings. No, that's not much -- but given that first-party Nintendo games are rarely discounted, it's not bad either.
A version of the deal is back at Best Buy and Walmart with a set of new titles, including The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of the Wild, which is arguably one of the greatest games ever. Other choices include Super Mario Party, Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Walmart sweetens the bundle by throwing in a backpack and a Mario pin at no extra charge, while Best Buy has a broader choice of titles, with all of the above plus Mario Tennis Aces, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Kirby Star Allies and Arms. Read full review.
This sleek yet sturdy 15.6-inch gaming laptop serves up an eighth-gen Intel Core i7-8750H CPU, 16GB of memory, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 Max-Q graphics and a 2TB hard drive with a 256GB SSD. The Razer Blade 15 was one of our favorite midsize gaming laptops of 2018, and this updated model cuts a few corners on extras to lower the price but keeps its premium look and feel. Also available at Best Buy. Read more.
This wired gaming mouse boasts an insanely sensitive 16,000-dpi optical sensor and up to 19 -- count 'em, 19! -- programmable buttons and three interchangeable side plates so you can get the right feel. This deal is also available at Best Buy.
Even more deals: GameStop's big spring sale
Looking for even more gaming deals? Our friends at GameSpot have identified the best games and hardware deals currently available at GameStop. (Yes, SPOT vs. STOP -- trust me, we get confused too.)