Payday sales featuring games, consoles and accessories are live now

From ShopTo, Base and more.

With it being the end of July and with Prime Day 2018 a mere memory, online retailers are beginning to get their payday sale ranges up and running, with a selection of games, consoles and assorted merch seeing discounts.

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First up, we've got ShopTo's Pay Day offerings. The site has dedicated Sale pages for PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo, as well as a handful of console and PSVR offers.

Specifically, you'll find a PSVR (V2) bundle with the PS4 Camera, PSVR Worlds and The Persistence for £249.85, as well as PS4 1TB Slim bundles with Hidden Agenda for £279.85, a white PS4 Pro for £319.85 and a handful of Xbox One bundle offers including an Xbox One X for £419.86.

As far as games go, you can pick up The Crew 2 on PS4 or Xbox One for £29.86, or the Sega Mega Drive Classics collection for £18.85 on both Xbox One and PS4. The Nintendo Switch version of L.A. Noire is also down to £14.86 while stock lasts.

Oh, and also Titanfall 2 is down to £5.86 which is criminally cheap for that one - you should probably pick it up for that price.

Meanwhile, over at Base, you can find a NES Classic Mini for £48.85, A Way Out on Xbox One for £15.85, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun for £9.85, Ni No Kuni 2 for £21.99, Red Faction Guerrilla ReMarsTered on PS4 for £16.99 and a whole lot more.

Finally, over at Amazon UK, you'll find a 2 for £15 range on selected Marvel blu-rays (including Thor Ragnarok and Dr Strange) as well as a 2 for £25 range on PlayStation Hits titles. You can also find the Digital-Foundry-recommended LG B7 OLED 4K TV set down to £1169 when you enter the code FACEBOOK at the Crampton and Moore checkout.

If all of that didn't scratch your itch for payday treats, feel free to check out the roundup of today's best deals over at Jelly Deals, as well as the newly refreshed guides to the best Nendoroid figures, best gaming mouse, best mechanical keyboard and more.

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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