The best Pokemon Sun and Moon deals on Cyber Monday are at Target and Toys ‘R’ Us

Here’s how to save on this season’s hottest game

To say that Battlefield 1 or Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare are the hottest games of 2016 would be forgetting the Energizer battery of video games: Pokémon. And, doesn’t Nintendo know it: deals on the brand new Pokémon Sun and Moon games have been predictably hard to come by.

Both versions of the Nintendo 3DS game go for $39.99, as they have for as long as we can remember. Luckily for you, some retailers have been holding out on the best Pokémon discounts for the spate of Cyber Monday deals that are already underway.

Take Target, for instance. Available as of this writing and through Cyber Monday proper, you can get either (or both) Pokémon Sun and Moon for 15% off – just $33.99 before taxes at Target online.

Toys “R” Us is offering a near-identical deal, but only as of this writing through the rest of November 27. In that time, you can score either version of the game for 15% off, or only $33.99 before taxes at Toys “R” Us online.

No major retailer seems to be offering a better deal than this on Pokémon Sun and Moon. Trust us, we’ve looked.

Find the top Cyber Monday deals easy with us

Now, if you’re aiming to save even bigger this Cyber Monday, you only have one place to go: our always-updated hub page for every major discount. We’re working tirelessly on digging up the most serious sales, and you can find them all right here:

The very best Cyber Monday deals

We also have articles there drilling down to the retailer – from Amazon to Best Buy to Target and beyond – should you be loyal to any one store in particular. Just be sure that you’re shopping online safely these days, especially on the biggest online shopping day of them all.

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