Black Friday Worthy Deal: Free $25 Gift Card With Nintendo 3DS Purchase On Target

Posted: Oct 30 2011, 3:48pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 30 2011, 4:29pm CDT, in News | Black Friday


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The Nintendo 3DS is already very affordable since the price-cut to $169. Target sweetens the deal this week with a free $25 Gift Card.

Target has several Black Friday worthy deals in their new Target weekly Ad published today. As reported you can get the 16GB iPad 2 with a free $40 Gift Card. The main deal however is the big video game sale where you get a free game with the purchase of two.

Here is another very Black Friday deal. You get a free $25 gift card with the purchase of the Nintendo 3DS 3D console. When Nintendo cut the price to $169.99 back in July, the 3DS became the DS console of choice. It is only $20 more expensive than the DSi. With the 3DS you are on the save side. This is the latest portable Nintendo console and you get 3D on top. Get the Target Nintendo 3DS deal now on


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