Cyber Monday On Amazon Features $14.99 LittleBigPlanet PS3 Game Deal

Posted: Nov 29 2010, 2:19pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 29 2010, 9:27pm CST, in Shopping | Black Friday 2017


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Buy This Now On Amazon

The Amazon Cyber Monday Sale is still releasing great new Cyber Monday deals throughout the day. Right about now new hot video game deals are going on sale in the Lightning box on the Cyber Monday Video Game Sale page.

The new Cyber Monday time limited video game deals include the still hot LittleBigPlanet for the Sony PS3. The Amazon Cyber Monday sales price will be just $14.99. LittleBigPlanet 2 did not get finished in time for the Holiday sales season, so the original game is all we've got. Other video games that go on sale now include $14.99 Kung Zhu for The Nintendo DS and Ace Attorney Investigations: Miels Edgeworth for $14.99.

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