eStarland Deal: PS3 SSFIV for $23, Cheap DualShock 3s & More

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eStarland has some amazing deals going on right now that you definitely need to know about. So, let’s get right to it!

First up, eStarland is currently selling new PS3 copies of Super Street Fighter IV for the low, low price of $22.95, using promo code BLANKA to activate the discount. Coincidentally enough, Amazon’s Gold Box “Deal of the Day” is Super Street Fighter IV for $25. This deal is even cheaper — though the Amazon offer does include the Xbox 360 version, so if that’s your platform of choice you’ll have to pay the extra $3 to get it there. But if you own a PS3, jump on this deal immediately.

Another great offer for PS3 owners is eStarland’s first “Daily Steal.” For today only, you can get a brand new DualShock 3 for $38.95, which is a substantial price slash on the wireless controller’s regular price of $55. Geez, controllers have become too expensive these days, haven’t they?

Anywho… If you’re looking to pick up some used games for your collection, eStarland has you covered there too. You can now get free ground shipping on all pre-owned purchases totaling a minimum of $20.

The latest Power-Ups giveaway is underway as well, and boy is it a doozy. Just add the Power-Ups product to your cart and check out and you’ll be entered to win a PS3 copy of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, Fable III for Xbox 360, or one of eight PSP prizes. The winners will be announced next Wednesday on eStarland’s Facebook page.

Oh, and one last thing before signing off. The Nintendo Entertainment System celebrated its 25th birthday on Monday, and to celebrate eStarland gave out free Wii Remote-shaped candy dispensers with the purchase of any Nintendo product. I’m not sure if the offer is still valid, but try promo code HAPPY25TH if you’re buying a little Nintendo something and see if it works. If it doesn’t, you can always buy one of the dispensers anyway — they are only $2.50.

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