GameStop Black Friday 2017 Deals Revealed Including PS4 Pro Deals, A Free Xbox 360, And More
It’s the most wonderful time of year (for American commercialism)! In just one week, as families end (or start, for some) their turkey-feasting festivities, the big Black Friday sales will begin across the biggest U.S. retailers. Many of these sellers have already begun making pre-Black Friday deals available, and now the GameStop Black Friday 2017 deals have been revealed.
The biggest deals appear to be on Sony and Microsoft consoles, with the biggest savings being a $100 discount on the 1TB model of the PlayStation 4 Slim, which also will come with a $50 GameStop gift card when purchased for $199.99. The PlayStation 4 Pro also will have a nice $50 discount at $349.99, and a $90 discount on the 500 GB white model of the Xbox One S to be priced at $189.99. Some of the biggest recent game releases will also have special sales, including a special $27 sales price for NBA 2K18, Madden 18, FIFA 18 and Destiny 2 (which is only on sale next Thursday and Friday) and big discounts on Injustice 2, The Evil Within 2, Shadow of War, and Wolfenstein II.
Sadly, there is no discount on the Nintendo Switch given that this is the first year of the system’s release, but there are some discounts on some Switch games, including Super Bomberman R and Sonic Forces. The new Legend of Zelda-themed Nintendo 2DS will be available during this sale for $79.99, which also will come with a free Ocarina of Time 3D download. Other big highlights for the sale include 50% off other titles such as Overwatch, Persona 5, the Lego Dimensions Starter Pack and Grand Theft Auto V. All of these offers and more will be valid online and in your local GameStop store starting at 4 P.M. on Thanksgiving Day, November 23rd, until the end of Sunday, the 26th. Will you guys pick up any of the GameStop Black Friday 2017 deals? Let us know in the comments below!
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