If you don’t feel like waiting until Black Friday officially begins you can now start your shopping early especially for video games. Currently Target is launching is pre-black friday sale for consumers who buy 3 games. If you buy three video games you will be able to get the lowest cost one for free from now until 11:59pm PT on Saturday November 15, 2014.
The is great for those who were planning on picking up a lot of games this holiday season anyway. Now you can beat the rush and get in on the buy two get one free sale on video games. It is worth mentioning though that while this is a great deal you know that there is a chance that there maybe even bigger better discounts when Black Friday is actually here. But if you want to at least get some of the shopping done and over with here is your chance.
Again from this point until Saturday, Nov. 15 at 11:59pm PT you will be able to be three games while getting the cheapest one for free. There a hundreds of games at Target that are apart of this deal. So games like Super Smash Bros. and Madden NFL 15 are including, but there are going to be some games that don’t make the list so make sure you pay attention. The company is also offering $25 cards for those who purchase select Nintendo 3DS XL until November 15 as well.
From the video games to the Nintendo 3DS Target wants to get a head start on the holiday deal shopping and is even offering $20 gift cards if you purchase the 32GB Apple iPod touch, the “red” Canon PowerShot SX600 HS, Sony Cyber-shot DSCWX220/N and more. You can also save up to $100 on a lens when you purchase select Canon cameras. Be sure to visit Target for more details on that sale.
So are you already ready to get this holiday shopping season started? Have you already started or are you going to wait until Black Friday to see what deals actually are out then. We are just a few weeks away and we are sure that there are going to be a lot more deals from Target and other places as the holiday season roles around. Can’t wait to see what else they put out to lure shoppers into shopping now.