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GameStop Black Friday countdown is already on sale with discounts on over a dozen games, and specials on Funko Pop! Dolls, clothes and other merchandise. The retailer is full
It will go on sale on November 25th, bringing in more troublesome deals and limited quantities of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
Below, we’ve rounded up some of the best GameStop deals you can get right now. We will update this page as more early discounts are announced.
GameStop’s early Black Friday sale includes up to 50% off select video games. In addition to discounts on some of this year’s most iconic titles, console exclusives for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 are also for sale.
For Nintendo Switch, GameStop is offering $ 20 off “Super Mario Maker 2,” “The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening,” and “Luigi’s Mansion 3”, and $ 30 on Yoshi’s Crafted World, “Mario Tennis Aces” and ” Fire slogan: Three homes.
Some of the best PlayStation 4 games released during 2020 are also on sale – “The Last of Us Part II” for $ 30, “Final Fantasy VII”, Remake for $ 35, and “Ghost of Tsushima” at $ 40. Meanwhile, Watch Dogs Legion is available for $ 37, which represents a $ 23 savings less than a month after its release. Doom Eternal is $ 43 off too, lowering it to $ 17.
All funko pop! Vinyl dolls under $ 15 are 25% off and 25% off all board games. Holiday decorations related to video games are available for 40% off, and Advent calendars for 20% off.
During the countdown sale, GameStop also offers a “Buy One Get One Free” deal on all clothing, and a 20% off branded merchandise from “Star Wars”, Marvel, Fortnite and Minecraft.
GameStop’s current set of early Black Friday deals are guaranteed through November 25, when more games and accessories will be sold.
Note: If another retailer is currently offering a better discount from GameStop on an item, we’ve included a link for that store instead.
In Watch Dogs Legion, players recruit a team of special agents to free London from the grip of government and oppressive companies. GameStop is offering the game for sale for $ 23 off its full price before Black Friday
The Last of Us Part II has sold more than four million copies since its worldwide release on June 19, making it the fastest-selling PlayStation 4 exclusive game ever. GameStop will sell the game for only $ 30 during the Black Friday sale.
Players choose between samurai and ninja fighting styles as they defend the Japanese island of Tsushima in this open world adventure. You can purchase the game for $ 20 off its regular GameStop Black Friday price.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate offers a Netflix-style subscription with hundreds of games for Xbox and PC, and Xbox Live Gold service needed to play Xbox games online. Typically, this service costs $ 15 a month. This $ 22 discount on a 3-month membership is the one we see often, but because these memberships can be added to existing memberships, they are always a solid investment and an excellent store to run.
PlayStation Plus allows players to play online, gets them special discounts on the PlayStation Network, and subscribers get free games every month that remain available as long as their PlayStation Plus subscription is active. During Black Friday, you can save $ 15 on a one-year subscription.
“New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe” reimagines the classic 2D Mario platformer in a new adventure that allows up to four players to run tournaments together. That $ 35 for the physical version is the lowest we’ve ever seen. The digital version will cost an additional $ 5.
GameStop Black Friday full sale will go live at 9 PM ET on November 25. GameStop stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, but will reopen at 7 AM on November 27, with Black Friday sales continuing through November 29.
GameStop also offered
Last year sales, but nothing has been announced about Cyber Monday 2020 yet.
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