Walmart Black Friday Ad Highlight: $89 Nintendo DS Lite

Nov 16 2010, 5:00am CST | by , in Shopping | Black Friday

Walmart Black Friday Ad Highlight: $89 Nintendo DS Lite
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The Walmart Black Friday 2010 Ad is officially out and we are busy analyzing and comparing the deals that Walmart will offer on Black Friday, Nov. 26. There lots of great deals in the Walmart Black Friday ad. An outstanding deal for parents is the $89 Nintendo DS Lite. The DS Lite is the ideal first console for kids.

The street price for the Nintendo DS Lite is $129.99. You save $40 on the DS Lite at the Walmart Black Friday sales event. Expect this item to sell out really fast. The Nintendo DS Lite is not the latest DS console. The new Nintendo DSi has more advanced features that go beyond game play. The DSi has two cameras, a slightly larger screen, web browser and media player. The Nintendo DSi has a price of $149.99. The Nintendo DS Lite is though all you need for pure gaming. The Nintendo DS has a huge game selection. Nintendo currently lists over 1,400 titles.

Walmart is the only retailer so far that will offer a Black Friday Nintendo DS Lite deal. All other retailer will feature DSi bundle deals. If Walmart will offer the Nintendo DS Lite for $89 also online on Black Friday is not known. I recommend to check online Thanksgiving Day night if they do. Make sure to also visit Amazon as they might match this Walmart Black Friday deal.

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The Black Friday 2010 Deals are here. The first Black Friday sales are underway with deals on TVs, Laptops, Phones, GPS, Blu-ray players and other gadgets. For the hottest Black Friday deals and complete coverage of the biggest sales event of the year visit our Black Friday 2010 Hub.


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