This week, Polygon and our sister site The Verge have partnered with several retailers to bring our readers exclusive deals on top tech, games, and comics.
If you were curious about Microsoft’s discless Xbox One, we’ve got a code for $100 off an Xbox One S All-Digital Edition bundle. PC gamers can upgrade their displays with our exclusive deals on FreeSync monitors, or pick up a few Steam game codes with 15 percent off Fanatical’s summer sale. And finally, our exclusive digital comics deal returns, taking $5 off when you spend $15 or more at Comixology.
While most of the discount codes are valid through the end of the month, they’re only available while supplies last.
Exclusive Xbox One deal: Xbox One S All-Digital Edition bundle
Xbox One S All-Digital Edition bundle
Use code POLYGON to save $100 off an Xbox One S All-Digital Edition bundle, which includes two months of Xbox Live Gold, and six digital games: Madden NFL 20, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Gears of War 4, Minecraft, Forza Horizon 3, and Sea of Thieves.
Exclusive monitor deals: LG FreeSync gaming monitors
LG 34-inch curved FreeSync ultrawide gaming monitor
LG’s curved ultrawide gaming monitor with AMD FreeSync technology and a 144 Hz refresh rate is on sale at BuyDig for $399 with code POLYGON.
LG 27-inch Full HD gaming monitor
This 27-inch gaming monitor is compatible with Nvidia G-Sync and is currently on sale for $349. Take an extra $100 off the sale price with code POLYGON.
Exclusive games deal: Fanatical Summer Sale
Fanatical summer sale
Fanatical’s Summer Sale brings discounts of up to 60 percent on plenty of PC games, including Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry 5, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Sid Meier’s Civilization 6: Gathering Storm, and Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. Use code POLYGON15 to save 15 percent off the sale price.
Exclusive comics deal: Comixology
Comixology exclusive deal
Use our promo code VOX5 to save $5 off any purchase of $15 or more at Comixology. Catch up with the Walking Dead finale, the new Powers of X/House of X X-Men event, or the Venom/Spider-Man crossover, Absolute Carnage.
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