Gamers look forward each year to the GameStop Black Friday Ad and the ad is here early.
The GameStop Black Friday 2015 Ad has been released early online. The 12-page GameStop Black Friday 2015 Ad lists 306 deals. Again the biggest savings are in pre-owned video games and video game hardware.
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Used hardware deals on sale on Black Friday include $79.99 Xbox 360, PS3 and Nintendo 3DS at $79.99, Nintendo 3DS XL $99.99. GameStop will offer any of these in a Buy 2 Get 1 Free deal on Black Friday. This pre-owned video game hardware deal is great to get two entry level video game consoles for kids for Christmas at a low price. This deal is featured on the last page of the GameStop Black Friday 2015 Ad.
The deals on new video game consoles are not as good as we have already seen advertised for instance in the Meijer Black Friday 2015 Ad. GameStop will offer the Xbox One Gears of War Bundle for $299 and the Sony PS4 Uncharted Collection Bundle for $299.99. This is $50 off from the regular price in each chase. Meijer though offers on top of the $50 discount a free $50 coupon.
Other deals featured in the GameStop Black Friday 2015 ad include $29.99 The Witcher Wild Hunt game, $49.99 Mortal Combat X Limited Edition game and $69.99 Guitar Hero Live for PS4.
Buying Star Wars Battlefront gets a $30 discount on select EA games. Lego Dimensions will be on sale for $79.99. Select PC download games will be discounted up to 85%.
GameStop already announced in October that its stores stay closed on Thanksgiving Day. The GameStop Black Friday 2015 sale will begin at 5am on the actual Black Friday, November 27. The online GameStop Black Friday 2015 sale is expected to launch on Thanksgiving Day.
The GameStop Black Friday 2015 Ad leaked first on BFAds and can be viewed in the gallery below.
GameStop operates over 6,600 stores world-wide. The retailer has over 45,000 employees and annual revenues of over $9 billion. Each year GameStop provides approximately $1.2 billion in trade credits, with the majority of these trade dollars being applied toward the purchase of new products. The video game trade-in program is well established and very popular with gamers.
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