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Target Pre Black Friday Sale With Battlefield 4, FIFA 14 For PS4 at $50

Posted on 27 November 2013 by author

It’s Target’s turn now.

Apparently, we just received notification the red shop is starting a Pre Black Friday sale for its Red Card members including select items from its BF doorbusters.

From Target’s promo page, you’ll see a bunch of items that are non-gaming related, but once you start browsing its ‘video games category’ you’ll see some decent discounts for next-gen & current-gen video games. We listed below all the titles with price cuts.

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Next-Gen Titles

Battlefield 4 (PS4) at $50 (Still Available Online, X1 version for in-store only)

FIFA 14 (PS4) at $50 (Still Available Online, X1 version for in-store only)

Assassin’s Creed 4 (PS4 & Xbox One) at $50 (In-Store Only)

Madden NFL 25 (PS4 & Xbox One) at $50 (In-Store Only)

Need For Speed: Rivals (PS4 & Xbox One) at $50 (In-Store Only)

Current-Gen Titles

Mario Kart 7 (3DS) at $30.49

NBA 2K13 (Wii) at $20

Black Ops 2 Wii U at $27, PC at $30

Just Dance 4 (PS3) at $33

Hardware

Xbox 360 250GB Console Bundle With Tomb Raider + Halo 4 at $250

Xbox 360 Kinect Bundle With Kinect Sports + Kinect Adventures at $250

Playstation 3 Dualshock Controller at $44

Wrap-up

While this is not a Buy 2 Get 1 Free Promo, frequent Target shoppers would appreciate the deals especially for next-gen titles matching the offers of Walmart and Amazon. You can also use your Target Red Card to slash down the price of your purchases to 5% with free shipping.

Visit our Target Black Friday 2013 hub for more deals



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