From now until Saturday, November 16, you can get three games for the price of two at Target.com. Head over to their video games section and choose from over 300 titles for current and next-gen systems. The games specific to this BOGO sale will say “buy 2, get a third free” under the price. Just place 3 games you want into your cart, and the lowest priced game will be completely deducted from the total cost.
Hundreds of PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U, and handheld games are up for grabs with this sale, some full price, some already on sale. And if you’re waiting for the Xbox One release, this promotion is perfect timing as Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty Ghosts are eligible. However, if you’re waiting on your PS4 to be delivered to you this Friday, then Target may not be the store to supplement its arrival as the only PS4 game available in this sale is NBA 2K14. But don’t fret! Amazon has every Sony fan covered for the launch week.Read the rest of this entry >
If you’ve gone onto Amazon’s website, you may have noticed a new addition to its homepage: Black Friday! It’s only the start of November, but Amazon wants to kick off the Black Friday sales earlier than ever with a Countdown to Black Friday Deals Week Deals Event. It’s a little confusing, yes, but essentially Amazon is counting down to their annual Deals Week with, you guessed it, more deals.Read the rest of this entry >
Video game news and review site Game Informer is reporting a rumor that Amazon is developing its own video game console and expects to release it just in time for Black Friday. The rumored console would be Android-based and use its own dedicated controller. The console easily could tap into Amazon’s existing game library, and some industry speculators are talking about a price point under $100.
Aiming for a late November release certainly makes sense if you’re targeting the Cyber Monday crowd and, with the likely Xbox One and PS 4 releases happening at the same time, looking to eat into Sony and Microsoft’s market share.Read the rest of this entry >
Planning on purchasing a Kindle Fire HD on Black Friday? Amazon.com has announced they will be kicking off their 2012 Black Friday Deals Week starting Monday, November 19th. Amazon.com will have Black Friday deals all day, every day during the week, including Black Friday, of course, the day after Thanksgiving.
What kind of Black Friday deals can you expect from Amazon.com this year? You can expect deals on electronics, low prices on DVDs, toy bargains, clothing, jewelry and more, just in time for the holiday season. Like last year, we expect many consumers will be taking advantage of the Black Friday deals on Amazon.com, and deals will go quickly. So if you plan to shop at Amazon.com this year, make sure you’re at a computer with a fast internet connection and be the one of the first to snag all the deals.Read the rest of this entry >
Will you be buying the new Amazon Kindle Fire HD this Black Friday? If so, it won’t be at Walmart! Although, this will be one of the hottest items of the holiday season this year, Walmart announced that they will no longer sell Amazon.com Kindle products, in their stores or online. Last Friday, Walmart PR put out the following written statement :
“Our customers trust us to provide a broad assortment of products at everyday low prices, and we approach every merchandising decision through this lens… This decision is consistent with our overall merchandising strategy.”
Earlier we reported on the rumor that Nintendo’s hotly anticipated Wii U might be released on Black Friday and today we know that the rumor was almost right. Nintendo announced today that Wii U will go on sale in the United States on November 18th, a full five days ahead of the Black Friday shopping rush.
According to a CNN Money report, there will be two versions of the Wii U available, both featuring a 6.2 inch touchpad. Players can play solo or multi-player games. Other Wii U features include video chat, TV remote, Near Field Communication (NFC), internet browsing, and Miiverse.Read the rest of this entry >
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Amazon started their Countdown to Black Friday Week today! You can visit their page and see their current on-site Black Friday deals as well as sign up for e-mails that will keep you in the loop on their hottest Black Friday Deals every day.Read the rest of this entry >
Starting November 21, Amazon will have a Countdown to Black Friday Week. This will be the time to start checking Amazon daily for some pre-Black Friday goodies! You can visit their Countdown Page now and see their current on-site deals as well as sign up for e-mails, follow their Twitter and more to keep you in the loop for this seasons hottest shopping day.
Although they do have some deals listed on their Countdown Page, it may be worth waiting for 11/21 and see if the deals get even better. While you may not be able to pass up the Sing-A-Ma-Jig for $6.45, you might want to wait to buy that HDTV you’ve been drooling over.Read the rest of this entry >
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Hello Black Friday Fans- We hope you had a great weekend! Can you believe there are only 31 more days until Black Friday? Over the weekend we saw a few Black Friday updates that we wanted to share with you.Read the rest of this entry >
Walmart made the news earlier this month by announcing a special layaway option for it’s 2011 holiday shoppers. Then Sears and Kmart declared National Layaway Week to help kick off the holiday shopping season. All of this news about the return of layaway made a splash since the dismal state of the American economy is putting a serious strain on many families’ holiday shopping budgets. Layaway programs largely fell out of favor with retailers and shoppers alike in the last twenty years, with Walmart cancelling their own program in 2006. However, for the 2011 holiday shopping season, Walmart’s press release makes it clear that they want “to help families deliver a big Christmas this year” by reinstating the program. The discount chain also decided to slash prices on some toys beginning September 12th, the earliest they’ve ever done so in anticipation of the holiday season.
But Walmart isn’t the only major retailer out there offering layaway in 2011. Many of your favorite stores are hoping to make the holidays easier on your wallet this year with layaway programs of their own. It’s even possible to do layaway online. We’ve assembled a list of stores where you can pay for those big ticket items over time.Read the rest of this entry >