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Black Friday 2010: Amazon Online Deals for Xbox 360, PS3 and Nintendo Wii Games!

Posted on 29 October 2010 by author

Hoo boy! Even we’re just two weeks away from Black Friday 2010, we’re already hitting up with some amazing discounts on games. This time, Amazon is on fire today for giving the buyers the ultimate pre-black Friday online sale happening on their website. Recently, they have just opened the HDTV gate for users who are interested to get a 57 inch Toshiba HDTV for a price of 1.2k USD only. Well, today they have also opened their bonus packages on video games that spread across all the consoles like Nintendo Wii, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 and you know what? The deals are nothing less than astounding.

As you may have recalled, we covered a previous article about Target rolling-out an early black Friday sales on games on a Buy-two-get-one promo. On Amazon, the case is entirely the same but of course everything is done online. So just to make an example – You can have a Fable 3 + Starwars: The Force Unleashed II and you can still get another game, like NBA 2K11 which has an equal amount of price for free! Just make sure that you will be a good boy and try to understand the terms and condition before checking out. Now as for the delivery, if you have tried doing an online deal with Amazon before during the holiday period then you should know that it takes only 48 hours before it gets to your doorstep provided that you are living in USA. So the case would be like this as well.

Check out our Amazon Deals for Black Friday and Black Friday 2010 hub for all the discounts this holiday!



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