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Black Friday 2016 Sale: Target Offers Massive Discounts on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Games, Consoles
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Black Friday 2016 Sale: Target Offers Massive Discounts on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Games, Consoles

Thanksgiving would not seem complete without Black Friday 2016 discounts! It appears Target is offering a ton of promos for a ton of gaming items.

Players and fans may already be used to lining up in order to get a hold of the discounts in various stores. However, it seems retailer giant Target has a lot to offer to gamers. Thanksgiving campers will be excited to hear that the prices to be listed below are good from November 24 to 26.

However, supplies do not last forever, so gamers better get there before all is lost.

According to the Target website, its Black Friday sale officially starts this Thanksgiving Day. Their doors will open at 6PM, so early birds will get the best discounts.

Also Read: PlayStation Black Friday 2016: Sony Confirms Exciting Deals on PS4, PS3, PS Vita Titles

Black Friday 2016: What’s New?

Target will still be offering the $99 Nintendo 3DS deal. However, a lot of games were found to be discounted at $25 rates. This includes Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, as well as Pokemon X and Y. Gaming necessities such as Super Smash Bros. for DS and New Super Mario Bros. 2 are also present and discounted.

Meanwhile, Sony will offer quite a ton of discounted PlayStation 4 titles. Call of Duty Infinite Warfare‘s Legacy Edition will be $59.99 from $79.99, meaning you can also get Modern Warfare Remastered at a rather low price.

Tom Clancy’s The Division will be sold for $25. Skyrim Special Edition and Destiny: the Collection are $29.99 each. Blizzard hit Overwatch will be for $35.

Also Read: Black Friday 2016 Sale: Good Bundle Deal Brings Brings 151 Games for $20

Those on massive sales are Assassin’s Creed SyndicateFallout 4 and Street Fighter 5, all for $8, and $15 respectively.

Lastly, Microsoft will not be far behind with a $249.99 sale for an Xbox One S with Battlefield 1 or Minecraft bundle. The original Titanfall will also come out for $8, while Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 are sold for $35.

Vouchers for membership cards such as the Nintendo eShop cards, the PlayStation Plus cards and the Xbox Live Gold cards are discounted at 10-percent.

Also read: Xbox Games With Gold December 2016: Burnout Paradise, Sleeping Dogs Make it to the Roster

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