Save $10 On The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom Preorders

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom releases exclusively for Nintendo Switch on May 12.


The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is the first and only (so far) Nintendo Switch exclusive to cost $70. If you didn't snag a preorder prior to the price jump that kicked in after the latest Nintendo Direct, you're now stuck paying $70 for a physical copy at major retailers. But there's still one way to get Tears of the Kingdom for its original $60 price.

Over at Super Shop, you can use GameSpot's exclusive promo code GMSPTZLDA to lock in your Tears of the Kingdom preorder for $60. The price at Super Shop is $68 without the special promotion, so don't forget to enter the code after adding the game to your cart. If you've never purchased anything from Super Shop, you might see a popup offering 10% off your first order. These deals don't stack, so you're better off opting for promo code.

Super Shop offers free shipping and a 30-day money back guarantee. There is one notable caveat here, though. Super Shop doesn't offer release-date delivery, so you won't have your copy on May 12. That said, games are sent out at launch and delivery times are quick, which means you'll be playing a few days after the official release date.

If you know you won't be able to wait that long, check out our The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom preorder guide for options that will get you back to Hyrule on May 12. To no one's surprise, the $130 Collector's Edition sold out quickly, but it's possible more units will be available in the coming months.

Those who prefer digital games can get a solid discount on Tears of the Kingdom, too. Nintendo's game voucher program lets customers grab two games for $100, so you can save $20 or $30 by pairing Zelda with another first-party Switch game.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom isn't the only upcoming Switch exclusive you can get for less. Bayonetta Origins is available for $49, down from $60, ahead of its March 17 release.

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