Black Friday is a perfect day to stock up your video game collection on a budget. Walmart has a full page in the Walmart Black Friday 2011 Ad dedicated to video game deals starting at $10.
There are 14 titles on sale on Black Friday for the $10 price including Bakugan for Wii, 007 for Xbox 360, Pure for Sony PS3 and Game Party for Wii. 20 video game titles are priced at $15 including Dance Central2 for Xbox 360 Kinect, Rio for Wii, Lego Harry Potter for Wii, Lego Batman for Wii, Epic Mickey for Wii and CAll of Duty 4 for Xbox 360.
Third group containing 14 games are priced at $28 each including inFamous 2 for PS3, Killzone 3 for PS3, Cars 2 for Wii, Michael Jackson for Wii, Fifa Soccer 12 for Xbox 360 and Madden 12 for Xbox 360.
The Walmart Black Friday Video game deals are already going on sale at 10pm on Thanksgiving Day. These video game deals are definitely worth to be picked up, but focus first on the big ticket items, like TVs and laptops, they are gone much faster. To find out how you can get your hands on the sought-after Walmart doorbuster deals read our Walmart Black Friday Shopping Guide. To plan your Walmart Black Friday trip and also speed up your online Black Friday shopping on Thanksgiving Day create a deals list on Black Friday Mart now.
See all our Walmart Black Friday 2011 Deal highlights and the Walmart Black Friday Ad in this report.
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