The day has finally arrived. The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is now available for Nintendo Switch, and it’s been getting rave reviews across the board. IGN awarded it a 10/10 Masterpiece in our review, and the consensus seems to be across the board with critics. If you didn’t secure a preorder and were waiting for reviews, then look no further as we’ve already found you an awesome deal to check out on release day (with a fast delivery or pickup time as well).

Tears of the Kingdom is down to just £49.99 at Argos right now, and you can save an extra £5 on your order if you sign up for their current email marketing promo as well (see here for more details). Check these discounts out below with our handy links, and follow @IGNUKDeals on Twitter for more updates.

TL;DR – Best UK Deals Right Now

Best Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Deals in the UK

Tears of the Kingdom OLED Model for £297.46 (was £319.99)

This Keeper Password Manager Deal is Essential in 2023 (AD)

With Keeper, you can store all of your passwords, credit card info, and other sensitive data in one secure, encrypted digital vault. Plus, they use top-notch encryption technology to keep your stuff safe and have added bonus features like password generation, password sharing, and two-factor authentication.

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Save an Extra 15% Off at eBay with Code KING15

eBay has got another brilliant promo code on with KING15. This will save you an extra 15% off on select purchases, and is even available on a few top video games as well. See below for some of our favourite deals in the sale (which ends May 16).

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Latest UK Random Deals: My Top Picks Right Now

It’s a roll of the dice. These are my absolute favourite deals that are available right now, but don’t necessarily fit anywhere else, making them a little bit more random compared to everything else in Daily Deals.

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Limited Edition Xbox Controller with Play and Charge Kit on Sale

This is a great deal on this limited edition Xbox Controller, especially as it includes the Xbox Play and Charge Kit alongside (which is already worth £19.99 on it’s own).

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Check Out These Incredible LEGO Discounts on Amazon

Whether you’re looking to build your collection or buying a gift for someone else, Amazon has plenty of LEGO deals that are worth checking out.

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Latest Star Wars Jedi Survivor Deals in the UK

If you haven’t yet secured your copy of Star Wars Jedi Survivor, have no fear, some Star Wars deals are here. If you want to get the game delivered as soon as possible, we’d suggest buying with Amazon (especially if you have Prime), so you can potentially get it on next-day delivery!

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Amazing PS5 1TB SSD for Just £89.99

When new games like Star Wars Jedi Survivor are starting to take up around 150GB of your SSD, it might be wise to consider an expansion. If you haven’t gotten around to expanding your PS5 storage just yet, then you’re in luck, as this is an excellent price on the highly recommended Samsung 980 Pro 1TB. Down to just £89.99, you’re getting this SSD at an exceptional price!

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Amazing 4K Blu-ray Discounts at Amazon Right Now

There are some pretty awesome 4K UHD and Blu-ray deals and preorders that the IGN UK audience has been loving recently. We’ve left some of our favourites below for you to have a quick browse through!

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Save Big on PS5 Digital Purchases with These Discounted Gift Cards

UK online retailer ShopTo has currently got a brilliant selection of PlayStation Gift Cards at discounted prices; for example a £50 card for £42.85 instead. Not only do these make great gifts, but they’re also perfect for topping up your own PSN account as well. There’s more gift cards available, so I’ve left some handy links just below. And don’t worry, ShopTo is a trusted seller, and we feature deals from them all the time so you’re absolutely in safe hands when purchasing.

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Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.

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