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Final Fantasy XV is only $35 today if you act fast

A great buy for a possible GOTY

The holiday sales are almost over, but if you haven’t picked up “Final Fantasy XV” for PS4 or Xbox One yet, you can save a lot of money over at Amazon.com. The one-day deal is currently part of the retailer’s popular ‘Deal of the Day’ promotion, and customers can save over 40% for a limited time on the newest ‘Final Fantasy’ installment while supplies last. The deal seems to be for today only, so if you were planning on playing, or gifting, the new game, now is the time to grab it. You can see if the deal is still going on at the company’s official promotional page at Amazon.com.

Other ongoing sales include $60 off on the popular Kindle Paperwhite Essentials Bundle. That limited-time promotion comes with a Kindle Paperwhite 6″ E-Reader in Black with special offers, an Amazon Leather cover in onyx black and a power adapter. If you don’t want the bundle option, you can pick-up the standard Kindle Paperwhite E-reader for $99, but again only for a limited time.

Amazon’s popular Fire Tablet is also on sale today, customers can save $10 and grab the device for just $39. The Amazon Echo is also currently marked down, saving you over 20%. With the current deal, customers who pick-up a device this holiday season can save over $40 and buy on for just $139. If you rather buy the less-expensive model, the smaller Amazon Dot has been marked down to $39 for a limited time.

There are a few noteworthy general deals going today as well, including up to 60% of PJ sets for a limited time, and some really big discounts on Calphalon cookware. Even though it’s winter across most of the U.S., if you know someone that could use new Speedo gear, you can save a lot of money if shop today as well. The deal of the day promotions usually don’t last too long, but the general sales tend to at least last into the evening. That being said, there are a lot of last-minute shoppers about, so if you’re looking to save on these items it be smart not to procrastinate too much.