The Cheapest Copies Of Red Dead Redemption 2 In Australia

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Red Dead Redemption 2 just went on sale in Australia – and pretty much every retailer in the country wants a fistful of those sweet gamer dollars. This means you have lots of options on where to buy the game. But who has the cheapest deal? Here are the main contenders, from best to worst.

Note: We’ve focused on the standard-edition version for PlayStation 4, but please holster your six-shooters – all of these stores are selling Xbox One copies too.

EB Games: $29

As we reported yesterday, EB Games is selling Red Dead Redemption 2 for $29 when you trade-in two games with a minimum value of $10 each. Get the details here.

Amazon: $62

Amazon has become a great destination for cheap video games and Red Dead Redemption 2 is no exception. You can also get free shipping by signing up to a 30-day Amazon Prime trial.

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Harvey Norman: $64

Harvey Norman has one of the best RDR2 prices in Australia right now. Yeah, we’re surprised too. If you don’t want to trade in games or buy online this is literally your best option.

Kogan: $69

Not too shabby from Kogan there. This deal also comes with free shipping (and you don’t need to sign up to anything to get it.)

JB Hi-Fi: $69

JB Hi-Fi might price match if you ask nicely. This is a good option if you prefer brick-and-mortar shopping.

Mighty Ape: $75

Getting a bit steep now. You might also need to wait until up to November 6 to receive your copy.

OzGameShop: $85.99

Yeah, nah.

DVD land: $89.95



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