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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom preorder guide

Link holds a withering Master Sword in this screenshot from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
This is what it must feel like to preorder for full price and not get at least some small gift or swag for free. | Image: Nintendo

If you’re looking to buy yourself a ticket aboard the Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom hype train and preorder the game ahead of its May 12th launch, you might as well get some cool extra bonuses. Some retailers are offering free preorder incentives like a wooden plaque or an art print, which are a nice bonus that doesn’t cost anything extra. Or, super-fans willing to plunk down extra money can get the fancy Collector’s Edition with lots of accouterments (if it ever becomes available again, sadly).

So which way to preorder nets you the most benefit? There’s already one method that allows you to save $20 on the game, but that’s only on the digital version and exclusive to Nintendo Switch Online subscribers. Here, we’ll go over the…

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