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Buy Two Books and Games, and Get One Free During Amazon’s Sitewide Entertainment Sale

Elaine Selna
Save on games and books for the whole family.
Save on games and books for the whole family. / Nintendo/Harper Collins/Amazon
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If you've been waiting for the perfect time to splurge on some of your Amazon wishlist items, you can take advantage of the site's massive entertainment sale while it's still live. Right now, when you buy two items—like books, board games, or video games—you’ll get a third one for free.

To check out what's available in this sale, head on over to the Amazon selection page, where you can browse thousands of items. Once you pick your three items and add them to your cart, click “Proceed to Checkout,” and the discount will automatically apply to your purchases. The best part is that many of the items available are already discounted, so there are savings on top of savings.

This sale includes different books and games geared toward all tastes. Book lovers will be happy to know there are over 1000 children’s titles to choose from, like the late Eric Carle’s beloved The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are, to modern classics like the Harry Potter complete seven book box set.

During the sale, video game buffs can also add to their collections with options for PlayStation, Xbox, or Nintendo Switch. These deals include titles like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Madden 22, and Minecraft, among others. However, if you're more interested in trying out some physical games, you'll find that popular picks like Codenames, Cards Against Humanity, and Exploding Kittens are all part of the sale, too.

This promotion will be happening for a limited time, so make sure to head to the sale page to see everything Amazon has to offer.

This story was originally published in 2021; it has been updated for 2022.

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