If you can’t or don’t want to spend around $60 (or more) for your copy of Star Wars Battlefront 2, you probably don’t want to pre-order the game ahead of its release date in November.
There are a few Star Wars Battlefront 2 deals floating around right now but all of them require paid subscriptions.
For example, Best Buy’s Gamers Club Unlocked Battlefield 1 deal drops the game to $48 but it requires a membership fee. Same with Amazon's deal for Prime members. (You should be able to sign up for a free Amazon Prime trial and take advantage of the deal though that might not be ideal for some of you.)
If you aren't keen about paying $60 for a game, and you don't need the game to be in your hands in mid-November, you might think about waiting until its release date and the start of holiday shopping season.
We’ll almost certainly see retailers offer some discounts for the holidays and we should see Star Wars Battlefront 2 included in Black Friday deals at popular retailers.