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$5 off $50 isn’t a huge discount, but if you buy your games on PSN anyway, this is an extra $5 in your pocket. [$50 Sony Playstation Store Gift Card, $45]

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Core i7 Broadwell processor, Radeon R9, 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and a 1080p display? That’s a whole lot of laptop for $850. [Lenovo Y40-80, $850 with code WSY407US625]

Amazon just kicked off another of their popular app giveaways, featuring a number of popular (and a few obscure) apps for your Android device of choice.

This one’s a little smaller than similar promotions in the past, but it still features over $50 worth of apps, including The Bard’s Tale, Monument Valley, and Quell Momento. Be sure to head over to Amazon for the full list. [Over $50 in FREE Android Apps]

For more app deals, including several great ones for iOS, check out our full app deals post.

If you need a new Xbox One controller to use with your console, PC, or even Oculus Rift, buying one from Dell right now will net you a $25 promo gift card. You’ll need to use that balance within 90 days, but it’s redeemable for everything from monitors to extra video games. [Xbox One Controller + $25 Promo Gift Card, $60]

If you still haven’t played Dragon Age: Inquisition, Amazon’s knocked it down to $30 today on all platforms, which is a pretty terrific $/hours of content ratio. If you own an Xbox One, it’ll be in the EA Access Vault later this year, but for all other platforms, this is a great deal. [Dragon Age Inquisition, $30]

If you want to own your own drone, but don’t want to spend $1000 on something that could crash into a tree, this $25 nano quadcopter from Estes might be a good stepping stone. It doesn’t have a camera, and won’t be winning any races, but it could be a fun way to annoy your cat, at the very least. [Estes Syncro X Nano R/C Quadcopter, $25]

The latest Humble Bundle is overflowing with Borderlands content, including Borderlands, Borderlands 2, a 75% off coupon for the Pre-Sequel, and a ton of DLC. You know the drill by now; pay what you want, but certain items are behind specific price hurdles. [Humble Borderlands Bundle]

You can get a 32GB memory card for your Vita today from Amazon for $58, which is one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. I won’t call it a deal—it’s still an exorbitant markup on flash storage—but if you’ve cast your lot with the Vita, it’s an unfortunate necessity. [32GB Vita Memory Card, $58]

If you need some new reading material to get through the summer, StoryBundle just launched their summer video game book bundle, allowing you to name your own price for a variety of DRM-free e-books and graphic novels covering the world of video games from a variety of unique angles.

A few notes here: There is a $3 minimum donation, and you’ll need to pay $12 or more to get all eight titles. You can also decide how much of your money goes to the authors vs. StoryBundle, and even give 10% to charity if you wish. [StoryBundle]

Disclosure: StoryBundle was founded by former Gizmodo and Lifehacker editor Jason Chen.



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