Minecraft Nether update: Where to get Minecraft cheap on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch for the latest content drop

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If for some reason you're yet to experience the unbridled joy of Minecraft, then now is a great time to start! The game's Nether update drops today, bringing a host of new content to the already packed block world. We're here to tell you where you can get Minecraft cheap and experience it for yourself.

Since its PC release way back in 2011, Minecraft has gained over 200 million fans worldwide on platforms ranging from PS4 to Amazon Fire tablets (remember those?). It's now the best-selling game of all-time, and there are over 125 million people playing it every month. Wow.

If you're not one of them (us), but the new Nether update has you intrigued, then check out where you can get Minecraft cheap right now. Here are some of the best offers currently available...

Where Can I Get Minecraft Cheap?

We've had a look at some of the best places to buy Minecraft on various platforms. Check them out below.

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On Nintendo Switch, the cheapest price for Minecraft right now is £19.49 at Amazon. Alternatively, if you prefer to shop elsewhere, the game is £19.99 at both Argos and Currys PC World.

If you're a PS4 player, Minecraft is £19.99 at Amazon, Argos and Currys PC World.

Amazon is also the cheapest for the Xbox One version of the game, priced at the same £19.49 for the Bedrock Edition. Elsewhere, it creeps up to £21.99 at Argos and £24.99 at GAME.

Minecraft cheap downloads are also available for various platforms at G2A.

Where can I buy cheap Minecoins?

With a new update comes the chances for new skins, worlds and textures from the Minecraft Marketplace.

Both Amazon and GAME offer 3500 Minecoins for just £16.74, available for use on any gaming platform except the PS4.

If you own a PS4, you can top up your PSN account with £20 from here.

READ MORE: Minecraft: How to craft Netherite


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