GameStop is going all out this Black Friday with deals on consoles and games
There are some seriously good deals here.
It’s almost time. The time in which we all spend too much money on others and ourselves. We’re talking about Black Friday. If gaming is your thing, deals will be everywhere, including GameStop.
Check out some of the GameStop Black Friday deals available next week
If you plan on going into a GameStop store this year, doors open at 3PM local time on Thanksgiving Day (November 28) and run through December 1. If you prefer to do your shopping from the comfort of your own home, you get a headstart, because deals start online at 9pm on November 27.
There are some solid deals if you are looking for games or a new console
- PlayStation 4 Pro Glacier White console for $299 ($100 off current retail)
- PlayStation 4 1TB console (with The Last of Us, Horizon Zero Dawn and God of War) for $199 ($100 off current retail)
- Xbox One S 1TB console (with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order) for $199.99 ($100 off current retail)
- Xbox One X 1TB Limited Colorway (with NBA 2K20) for $349.99 ($150 off current retail)
The Nintendo Switch isn’t going to feature any type of discount, but you do get a $25 gift coupon with the purchase of a Nintendo Switch or Switch Lite if you purchase it on the Saturday or Sunday after Black Friday.
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for $38 (PS4, Xbox One) (Thursday through Saturday)
- The Division 2 for $12 (PS4, Xbox One)
- Mortal `Kombat 11 for $28 (PS4, Xbox One)
- Borderlands 3 for $30 (PS4, Xbox One)
- Red Dead Redemption 2 for $29.99 (PS4, Xbox One)
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice for $27.99 (Thursday through Saturday only) (PS4, Xbox One)
- Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled for $24.99 (Thursday through Saturday only) (Nintendo Switch)
- Anthem for $5.00 (LOL)
There are a bunch more games for sale as well, so make sure to check out the full list.
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