Wal-Mart and Amazon Deals Available for Pre-Black Friday
With Black Friday approaching in the next week or so, people are getting ready to trample and work there way through to finding the best deals on games and consoles. Wal-Mart, starting at 8am today, will be offering great deals for pre-Black Friday on games and hardware availalable through their online store and locations. Along with some great deals, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be exceptionally marked down, which has me pretty excited (Want to get my hands on a PS4). Keep in mind the selection is limited to the amount left in the stock, so act quickly to get the best deals possible. It’s being said that these prices are better then what most retailers will give in the coming week on Black Friday.
Online retailers, such as Amazon will also be taking advantage of the pre-Black Friday market by marking down select games considerably. Some of these games included are; Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag and Battlefield 4, which is set to be marked down to fifty bucks until later this afternoon. I’d suggest anybody who desperately is in need should hop on Amazon right away to take advantage of these fantastic deals before they’re all gone.
There are games being offered from every single console ranging from the Wii U all the way to the next-gen PS4. There is even a mass amount of console bundles being offered at great prices such as; Xbox 360 Holiday Bundle complete with 4GB and an accessory of your choice and even immense packages like, the Nintendo Wii Mini Ultimate Bundle priced at a reasonable $144, Including the Wii Mini system, Mario Kart Wii, an extra controller, and choice of four extra games (Absolutely ridiculous!). Some game deals being presented at Wal-Mart at the moment also are Call of Duty: Ghosts, Dead Rising 3, and Killzone: Shadow Fall, all discounted and amung a list of even more game deals being offered. The complete list can be found here.
This type of discounting at local retailers has really got me in the holiday spirit that is for sure. Whoever said that the holidays is all about consumerism, I think they might have been onto something.