Target Buy Two Get One Free Video Game Sale Launches Today

Posted: Nov 9 2014, 1:49am CST | by , Updated: Nov 9 2014, 4:57am CST, in News | Black Friday


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Target Buy Two Get One Free Video Game Sale launches Today

The Target Weekly ad for this week leaked and it made it onto the reddit homepage. Why? Because of a hot video game deal that will be available starting today.

Update: The Target Buy Two Get One Video Game Sale has launched online!

Today Target will offer a hot video game deal in the early Black Friday shopping season. The cover of the Target Weekly Ad that even made it on the reddit homepage last week is featuring a Buy Two Get One Free Video Game deal that is on all video games and all platforms. We expect the Target B2G1 Free Video Game sale to launch soon also online at The Target Video game sale will be available the whole week.

This annual Target video game sale is very popular, but to take the most advantage of it you should select games that will not see big discounts during upcoming Black Friday sales. Brand new releases like Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare or NBA 2K15. There are actually two big blockbuster games coming out next week on November 11 when the Target B2G11 Free Video Game sale is still going on. Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Assassin's Creed Unity will be released.

There are more interesting deals in the upcoming Target Holiday Weekly ad including Sony PS4 and Xbox One Bundles that come with a free $50 gift card. We will post the full Target Weekly Ad for the week of Nov. 9 as soon as it gets officially released.

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The Target Black Friday 2014 Ad is one of the most anticipated Black Friday 2014 Ads. We expect the Target Black Friday 2014 Ad to be released next week. The Walmart Black Friday 2014 Ad is also forecasted for next week.

See the Latest Black Friday 2014 News.

It is Sunday, November 9 and many new early Black Friday and Veteran's Day 2014 sales are underway. We are less than 3 weeks away from the actual Black Friday 2014, November 28. The weeks ahead of the actual Black Friday 2014 are the ideal time to score Black Friday deals without the usual stress involved.
Not that many shoppers compete for the best deals as they do during the Thanksgiving Day week. You still have to be though conscious about when sales and deals are released (Follow us on Facebook and Twitter). The best early Black Friday deals featured on Nov. 3 in the Walmart Cyber Monday sale have been gone in the first hours like the $79 Nintendo 2DS. I4U News features each day a Top 10 Black Friday 2014 Deals List filled with deals you can buy today.

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There have been already several great deals in the first days of the Black Friday 2014 sales season. The number of deals will increase as we get close to the Thanksgiving Week. It is important to know that the actual Black Friday 2014 sales will launch as early as on Sunday before the actual Black Friday 2014. Still, there will be already lots of deals that are equal or better leading up to the week of sales madness that will go over seamlessly into Cyber Monday 2014.

To learn about the best Black Friday 2014 deals in time keep visiting our Black Friday 2014 Hub frequently and follow I4U News on Twitter and join our Black Friday Community on Facebook.

As a special treat this year you can win a $5,000 Black Friday Shopping Spree on I4U News. Enter our biggest cash Giveaway available this Black Friday season now to make this your best Black Friday ever.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr () is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
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