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deals roundup: Save on Dark Souls III, Quantum Break, wall mounts, and more

Want to jump into the latest installment in the Souls franchise? You can snag a Steam key for Dark Souls III from Green Man Gaming for just $49.49. And if you’re a console gamer, you can still save 20% off physical copies of the PS4 and Xbox One versions from Amazon Prime. Unfortunately, there will be a bit of a shipping delay.

Quantum Break on Xbox One for $47.99

Quantum Break, the latest release from Remedy Entertainment, is still being sold at a 20% discount if you’re a member of Amazon Prime. It got a score of 8/10 from our sister site IGN, it currently holds a 77/100 score on Metacritic, and it’s from a studio with a fantastic record. Even better, it includes a digital copy of Alan Wake for free, and that’s playable on both Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

Etekcity Outlet

Want more control over your electronics? This neat little device sits in your outlet, helps you track power consumption, and allows you to turn on and off power remotely. Pair it with a free app on iOS and Android devices, and you can even turn off your living room lamp from across the country.

Cheetah Wall Mount

If you want more space in your den or living room, mounting your HDTV is a good way to get back a good chunk of your floorspace. And when you use today’s coupon code, you can get a highly rated mount with a cable at an incredibly low price.

Door Handle

Schlage Connect electronic touchscreen deadbolts for $168.79 (with handleset for $269.10)

For a limited time, you can save up to 60% on a selection of touchscreen deadbolt locks. With these installed, you can unlock your doors with your phone, with a key, or with the touchpad. And with a built-in alarm, you’ll be notified immediately if there’s unexpected activity.

REXING Dashcam

Rexing V6 1080p dash cam with g-sensor and built-in battery for $49.99 (Coupon code: 88CZQUJA)

Want to keep a visual record of events on the road? This dash cam from Rexing is an affordable way to automatically document accidents that might happen while you’re driving.

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