Everyone knows that tech gadgets, electronics and games are traditionally some of the biggest deals during Black Friday. This year is no different – except, you may find some of the best discounts ever offered on video games. Check here for all the updated store hours of all major retailers.
Keeping checking our Black Friday/Cyber Monday section as we’ll continually update it along with Cyber Monday for your shopping convenience. You can also check out Amazon’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals here as they’ll keep changing as fast as a Kardashian’s Instagram page.
Gamespot, a website for gamers, recently posted some ad scans from the Black Friday circular of Walmart, and you can find some great games and bundles. For example, Walmart is offering Xbox One and PS4 bundles beginning at $299.
Also, look for controllers, games, and other accessories. Another deal offered from Walmart is Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection. If you’re looking for Wii U, you’ll find that Walmart is also presenting deals on bundles including Spatoon and Super Smash Bros.
You can purchase the bundle of a Nintendo 3DS XL, which includes Super Mario 3D Land. In the $35 price range, you’ll find Destiny: The Taken King Legendary Edition and Assassin’s Creed Syndicate – while you also find Bloodborne and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in the $25 category.
Gaming deals are rumored to be featured in most of the mega stores door busters. If you check with Black Friday websites from now on, you’ll find blockbuster deals on such popular video games as Star Wars Battlefront Marathon.
You can even sign up for notifications of deals on your favorite games. For some of the best deals on video games in 2015 can be found at the four major gaming stores that are GameStop, Best Buy, Target and Walmart. Wii, Xbox and PS4 bundles are going to be discounted most, and you can also pick up deals on gaming accessories – such as controllers.
The most popular of these games are sure to disappear as Christmas Day approaches, so look for the best deals that work for your holiday budget and snap them up as soon as you can.
Best Buy will have tons of new titles on sale for $30 off, at just $29.99 each. They also have deals for free accessories – like a free Xbox One wireless controller if you buy the Rise of the Tomb Raider bundle.
Stores will keep the shelves stocked with the most popular video games as long as they can, but it depends on the demand, and the deals offered as to how fast they fly off the shelves.
You may also find some great deals on video games that were popular last year – or some of the ones that have been popular for years, such as the old Star Wars versions of their video games.
Make this Black Friday, 2015, a time to stock up on all your favorite video games and those you have on your gift list for others. You’re sure to find some great bargains both in-store and online as well!
There are plenty of great prices for the holiday season on theXbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, but this year’s big new games — from Fallout 4 to Star Wars Battlefront to Rise of the Tomb Raider — are all best played on a PC. Some of these deals for components, accessories and high-end gaming laptops and desktops are available now, others start on Black Friday, but all will have you up and running at higher resolutions and higher detail settings before the year is out.
This top-tier boutique PC gaming company is launching its Black Friday sale starting at 9:00am ET on November 25.
Deals vary by product line, but most systems will include a 500GB Samsung SSD; digital copies of new games, including Rainbow Six: Siege, Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate and Just Cause 3; an Amazon gift card (up to $100); and your choice of free shipping or a gaming peripheral, such as mouse or keyboard.
The PC maker is offering a wide variety of deals, including set discounts on products, plus free shipping and game bundles.
The Signature 17 laptop line, a big bulky system that uses desktop-level processors, gets a $500 instant discount, plus free shipping. The slimmer Raptor MX50 laptop line gets a $200 discount.
One of the Dell deals starting November 25 is a decent price for a 15-inch Alienware gaming laptop, with a new sixth-gen Core i7 CPU and an Nvidia GeForce 970M graphics card. It will be $1,199, $300 off the non-sale price.
Syber Steam Machine
Feel like trying one of the new Steam Machines running Valve’s Steam OS? We reviewed the $499 Alienware Steam Machine here, but PC maker Syber has a very similar Steam Machine — essentially a small desktop PC that looks and feels like a Steam-powered console — for $299 after a $100 discount and a $100 mail-in rebate. Note that this deal is good until the end of November 23 only.
This boutique PC maker has instant discounts on several desktop and laptop systems. The oddly named Fangbook III is a 15-inch gaming laptop with a Core i7 CPU and a mainstream Nvidia 960M GPU, now $1,025 after a $400 Black Friday price cut.
A long-standing build-to-order gaming PC maker, iBuyPower is offering a stock 5 percent off orders of $999 or higher with the code “thanksgiving.” Some configurable desktops and laptops are getting hard drives automatically doubled in capacity. I’m a big fan of the Asus ROG line, and iBuyPower is also offering an Asus ROG GL55, with a 15-inch display, Core i7 CPU and Nvidia 960M graphics, for $929.
If you’re upgrading your current gaming rig, Newegg has a long list of Black Friday deals that are already available. A Western Digital My Passport 2TB external USB 3.0 hard drive, well-suited for both gaming PCs and the Xbox One, is $79 after a $20 instant promo code.
Samsung 4K U28E590D PC monitor
Best Buy, Amazon and a few other retailers are all offering this 28-inch 3,840×2,160-pixel display for $399, which is $200 off the usual price. Great for enjoying some 4K gaming while your console-playing friends are stuck at 1,920×1,080.