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Fallout 4 Deals: Black Friday, Season Pass & More



There’s no shortage of exciting Fallout 4 deals. Retailers are still offering enticing price cuts and we’ve discovered several upcoming Black Friday Fallout 4 deals that you’ll want to keep in mind as we push deeper into November.

Some Fallout 4 deals dried up with the game’s release date but there are still some deals worth investigating if you’re in the market for Bethesda’s highly rated open-world RPG.

Current Fallout 4 deals include 17% off Fallout 4 for PS4 or Xbox One, 20% off Fallout 4 for PC, and a price cut on the Fallout 4 Season Pass that will net you all of the upcoming Fallout 4 DLC.


Here’s a look at some of the current Fallout 4 deals and some early Fallout 4 Black Friday deals. We expect more to emerge as we get closer to the big day.

17% Off Fallout 4 for PS4 or Xbox One

If you’re looking to shave some money off the Fallout 4 price, look no further than Amazon’s Fallout 4 deal for Prime members. (If you aren’t an Amazon Prime member right now, you can sign up for a free trial.)

Amazon is taking 17% off the price of Fallout 4 for PS4 and Xbox One. That amounts to a discount of $9.89 off the full price of the game. In California, after taxes, the price of the game comes out to $54 and some change with free delivery.

20% Off Fallout 4 PC

If you are looking at the PC version of Fallout 4, there’s a tremendous deal that takes the price of the game down to $48.


Green Man Gaming is offering Fallout 4 codes for $48 or 20% off the usual $60 price. All you need to do is enter FALLOU-T20PER-CNTOFF after you put the game in your cart.

Once you buy the game, GMG will immediately send you a download code that you’ll use to snag the game off Steam.

20% Off Fallout 4 Season Pass

GMG is also offering a nice little deal on the $30 Fallout 4 Season Pass. To save 20% or ($6) on the Season Pass, put the Season Pass in your cart and enter FALLOU-T20PER-CNTOFF before you pay.

Bethesda says that the Fallout 4 Season Pass is worth $40, at least, though it hasn’t specified what will be coming with it.


The first Fallout 4 DLC is expected to arrive in the early part of next year. If the company follows protocol, Fallout 4 DLC could include new quests, items, characters, and more.

Exciting Fallout 4 Deal at Best Buy

The awesome Fallout 4 deal that we told you about ahead of the Fallout 4 release date is still going strong at Best Buy.

If you purchase Fallout 4 at full price, Best Buy will take $25 off a second game. And there are some solid options.

You can choose from Madden 16, FIFA 16, GTA 5, Halo 5, or Forza 6. These are some of the top games on PS4 and Xbox One.

Fallout 4 Black Friday Deals

We’ve also tracked down some upcoming Fallout 4 Black Friday deals that might be of interest to those of you that want to shop locally and/or want to save on a subscription to Xbox Live or PlayStation Plus.

The Meijer Black Saturday 2015 ads have been revealed and it looks like the retailer will be offering $10 off the price of anything priced at $50 and up. Fallout 4 is a $60 game which means that you’ll be able to drop the price down to $50. This offer goes into effect on Saturday.


Best Buy Black Friday includes a Fallout 4 deal that will net buyers three months of Xbox Live or PlayStation Plus for only $5.

Typically, Xbox Live would cost you $25 and PlayStation Plus would cost $18.

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How to Fix Fallout 4 Problems Right Now

Now that Fallout 4 is in the hands on gamers around the world, we're starting to hear about some of the problems plaguing the Xbox One, PS4 and PC versions of the game. We've outlined many of these early Fallout 4 problems here.

Fallout 4 problems will continue to emerge in the days, weeks and perhaps years ahead. Heck, gamers are still complaining about Skyrim problems.

Fortunately, there are ways to fix many of these issues. We've put together a list of common Fallout 4 problems and fixes for those problems. The list is a great place to start if you're running into problems on Xbox One, PS4 or PC and you can't wait for a patch.

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