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Walmart Black Friday deals: Cheap 2DS, consoles, starter packs, games

David Hinkle, @davehinkle
November 12, 2013
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Walmart has posted its Black Friday deals, which kick off on 6pm Thursday, November 28. Walmart will roll out the discounts throughout the weekend during "events," the first of which highlights video games.

The savings begin with a few console specials. There's a 4GB Xbox 360 (without Kinect) for $100, a 12GB PS3 system for $150, a 250GB PS3 system with The Last of Us and Batman: Arkham Origins for $200 - the same bundle Target is offering - and a $100 deal on Nintendo's new 2DS handheld.

Naturally, select games will also be discounted. Starter packs for both Disney Infinity and Skylanders: Swap Force will be down to $40, as will Call of Duty: Ghosts on current-gen platforms. Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, NBA 2K14 and GTA 5 and more will be on sale for $35; Beyond: Two Souls, The Last of Us, Injustice, Diablo 3, Battlefield 4 and more will be $25. For $15, you can grab StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm, Tomb Raider, Borderlands 2, MineCraft: Xbox 360 Edition and more.

The full online ad, which will serve up your local Walmart's deals automatically, is visible through the link below. Happy spending!







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