$49 Xbox One And Sony PS4 Games Sell In Pre Walmart Black Friday Sale

Posted: Nov 20 2013, 9:44am CST | by , in Black Friday 2019


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$49 Xbox One and Sony PS4 Games sell in Pre Walmart Black Friday Sale

Walmart announced to match competitors’ Best Black Friday Deals one week early. The Walmart Black Friday 2013 sale offering these deals starts already November 22. Here is one of the hottest deals you can get this Friday. This deal actually beats the advertised Walmart Black Friday deal.

Walmart announced to start a Pre Black Friday sale at 8am on Friday, Nov. 22. Walmart says that they are lowering the prices on popular toys and electronics, to match select Black Friday offers from Target, ToysRUs and Best Buy one week early. This announcement means war between the biggest Black Friday stores. Let's see how Best Buy, Target and ToysRUs will counter Walmart. I might even see Amazon getting into this little Black Friday price war this Friday.

>> Walmart Black Friday 2013 Ad <<

One of the deals Walmart is featuring in the early Black Friday sale are $49 Xbox One and Sony PS4 Games. The sale contains titles like Call of Duty: Ghosts, NBA 2K14, Assassin's Creed and Battlefield 4. Note that Call of Duty: Ghosts will be $39 in the Walmart Black Friday 2013 Sale. Walmart will have more than 100 video games on sale during the Black Friday sale next week. It is not clear if these deals are actually a match of an advertised Black Friday deal of a competitor.

See the full 2-page Walmart Pre-Black Friday 2013 Ad.

See other highlights from the upcoming early Walmart Black Friday sale below.


LeapPad 2 – WAS: $79, NEW PRICE: $39.99

Little Tikes Cozy Coupe – WAS: $49.87, NEW PRICE: $34.99

Nerf Rebelle Crossbow – WAS: $19.88, NEW PRICE: $11.99

Monopoly Board Game – WAS: $7.77, NEW PRICE: $5

Hot Wheels Single Car – WAS: .97 cents, NEW PRICE: .60 cents


LG 50-inch HDTV – WAS: $598, NEW PRICE: $448

Skylanders and Infinity Starter Packs – WAS: $74.96, NEW PRICE: $37

Select PS4 and Xbox One Video Games such as Call of Duty: Ghosts, NBA 2K14 and Battlefield 4 – WAS: $59.96, NEW PRICE: $49

Shop Walmart.com for the current early Black Friday 2013 Deals.

Black Friday 2013 Resources:
Some say Black Friday is over hyped, but if you know how Black Friday works, you can get the best deals of the year. We are providing with our full Black Friday coverage the information you need to find the best Black Friday deals. It is important to understand that Black Friday is not on the Friday after Thanksgiving Day. It is now! The whole month of November is Black Friday and sales will seamlessly morph into Cyber Monday 2013 sales. Black Friday is very late this year falling on November 29th, 2013. Last year, Black Friday was on November 23rd. This year retailers have four full weeks to bombard you with special Black Friday 2013 sales until the culmination of the actual Black Friday 2013 sale on Thanksgiving Day. The Black Friday creep will soon make Thanksgiving Day a bigger sales day than the actual Black Friday.
There is a constant stream of deals that we navigate you through with our Black Friday 2013 Deal Guides and daily deal updates from the major Black Friday stores.

Shop the early Amazon Black Friday 2013 Sale as well as the early Walmart Black Friday 2013 Sale now.

According to Black Friday Countdown there are 9 days until Black Friday 2013.

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