Amazon Black Friday Video Game Deal For Today: Buy 2 Games At $10 Off Each And Get A $30 Video Game Credit

Posted: Nov 10 2010, 2:20pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 13 2010, 7:14pm CST, in Shopping | Black Friday 2018


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Amazon Black Friday Video Game Deal for Today: Buy 2 Games at $10 off each and get a $30 Video Game Credit
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Amazon started another video game sale today during the ongoing Black Friday sales month. The Amazon Double Dip sale saves you $10 on the game price and gets you a $30 Game Credit when you purchase two games.

The qualifying game selection is pretty good and features new releases and blockbuster games. You can choose to get Halo Reach for only $49.99, Wii Fit for $89.99, GoldenEye 007 with Gold Wii Controller for $59.99, Fallout: New Vegas for $49.99 and many more.

Purchase titles from the list and the $30 game credit will be automatically applied to your account within two days of shipment.

This Amazon video game sale is lasting through Saturday Nov. 13th. Shop this nice video game sale now on

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