EXPIRED Anime & Manga Deals Roundup

Just a quick round-up today!


Amazon

Amazon‘s Prime Day sale is July 12th. If you’re a Prime member, you will be able to take advantage of various sales throughout the site. If you have an Amazon.com Rewards Visa, you will be able to get $30 off $150 with code VISA30. If you have an Alexa-capable device, you are eligible for a $10 off $20+ discount as well as other offers. Go here for more information. Kindle Unlimited subscriptions will also be discounted, and new subscribers to Audible will be eligible for a $10 credit to Amazon with a free trial.

Select users may also be eligible for 20% off your purchase at Warehouse Deals with code WDEARLY20. Code is currently working and valid until July 12th.


Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble‘s Manga Mania sale runs until July 17th. Sale is available in-store and online. Go here for more information and deal ideas. Online only, stack the sale plus discounts plus a coupon!

This Saturday, July 16th, is also the date of their in-store Pokémon and manga events. Go here for times and store participation.


GoHastings

Get two DVDs for $14 at GoHastings with code DEUCES. Here are some anime DVDs I spotted that are still in stock:

Akame ga KILL! Collection 2

Hiiro no Kakera Season 1

La Storia della Arcana Famiglia Complete Collection

Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun Complete Collection

Soul Eater

Shipping for movies is $1.29 an item, so basically you can get sets for $8.29 shipped. Hurry, titles are going out-of-stock fast!


Hot Topic

Hot Topic‘s Hot Cash event is continuing. Full details here.


Microsoft

Microsoft is celebrating anime month with digital discounts and free first episodes of several series. They’ve now added the first seasons of Fairy Tail and Dragon Ball Z for free.


PlayStation Store

PlayStation Store is in the midst of their Mid-Year Sale: Week 2. Titles are up to 80% off (90% with PS+ membership). Sale ends July 12th at 11:00 AM ET.

Titles of note:

Atelier Ayesha Plus ~The Alchemist of Dusk~ – $19.99

Atelier Shallie ~Alchemists of the Dusk Sea~ – $24.99

Battle Hunter – $2.39

Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & The Monster Seal – $19.99

Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon – $3.74

Lost Dimension – $19.99 [PS3] (Vita here)

Suikoden II – $3.99

Suikoden III – $4.99


Right Stuf

Get 33% off MSRP all Vertical, Inc. titles at Right Stuf with coupon code VERTICAL16, and almost 40% off if you’re a member of Got Anime ($12/yr). Sale is for a limited time. Free shipping on US $49+ or Canada at $250+.

Also check out their weekend sale and weekly specials.


SecondSpin

Buy three titles at SecondSpin, get the fourth free with code B3FJL6. U.S. Shipping is $3.99 for the entire order; international starts at $3.99.


Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

7 Comments

  1. renxkyoko

    Whoa ! Hiiro no Kakera is on sale ! !! I hope they continue on. I don’t like to get burned again and again. B.O.D.Y , a manga that I bought , up to Vol 10 was suddenly stopped. The complete set is up to Vol. 15. That’s so annoying.

    I’ll buy complete Hiiro no Kakera.

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    1. Krystallina

      Yeah, it sucks when a series stops in the middle of its release. 🙁

      There’s only two seasons of Hiiro no Kakera, right? So the complete series for ~$17 seems like a very good price.

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  2. The Otaku Judge

    The Atelier games are good fun. I also enjoyed Dungeon Travellers 2, although I never finished it due to the difficulty and grinding.

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    1. Krystallina

      I’ve only played the original Rorona, but I might give the others a try since they’ve improved on the first game,

      Reply
  3. Moonlitasteria

    I was wondering if that coupon from Barnes and Noble also works with Nook Book purchases as well? I know sometimes that they do, but last time I tried it the coupon didn’t apply.

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    1. Krystallina

      I don’t think so, but I haven’t tried. Maybe if you add $60+ of “regular” books and then see if Nook Books are discounted? That’s how it works for preorders.

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      1. Moonlitasteria

        Ah, that might work..just need find a series I want start physically. Mainly, I just started reading all the manga and light novels I want on my tablet now. Well, I’ll give a try later tonight along with looking into Kindle Unlimited to see if it’s worth the money.

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