If you've kept your eye on these Deals articles over the past couple of months, you will probably have spotted a deal or two from MusicMagpie, purveyors of all things second-hand (as well as some new things) every now and then. Apparently, enough of you took an interest in those past offers that the folks from MusicMagpie are offering Eurogamer readers an extra 10 per cent off a range of pre-owned games for one week.

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There is a range of just over 6500 titles on offer on various consoles, at various price points, all of which can have an extra 10 per cent taken off the top by entering the code EUROGAME10 at checkout.

Among the rabble, you'll find some of the titles below, though all with limited stock, so if you spot something you like, you should probably snap it up while you still can.

All prices listed here are before the extra 10 per cent off.

  • Call of Duty Black Ops 3 on PS4 for 6.99
  • Halo Master Chief Collection for 16.19
  • Grand Theft Auto 5 on Xbox One for 25.99
  • Red Dead Redemption on Xbox 360 (compatible with Xbox One) for 5.89
  • Metro Redux on PS4 for 15.69
  • Mafia 3 on PS4 for 7.09
  • Skyrim Special Edition on Xbox One for 17.69
  • Doom on Xbox One for 5.89
  • Dragon Age Inquisition on Xbox One for 5.39
  • Batman Telltale Series on PS4 for 7.89
  • LEGO City Undercover on PS4 for 13.69

I'm not going to list over 6000 games here, of course, so feel free to check out the sale range for yourself and once again, remember to enter EUROGAME10 at checkout for the extra 10 per cent off.

Meanwhile, over at Jelly Deals, you can catch up with the rest of today's best deals, which include a Hori Fighting Commander SNES controller for 18, 400 off an Alienware laptop, Dropmix at its lowest ever price, and more.

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