Black Friday is almost upon us, and here are some of the very best deals gamers will be able to find at GameStop this weekend.
Black Friday has become so big in recent years that the weekend is no longer what comes after Thanksgiving. It has become a holiday of its very own. As people relax after eating their Thanksgiving dinner, the reality that Christmas is right around the corner sets in. That sends some people into a state of panic as they realize how many presents they still have left to buy.
That's where Black Friday comes in, and if you have gamers in your life, or you're a gamer yourself, GameStop has more deals this year than you can shake a stick at. There are a lot of them, so we have sifted through the bulk to highlight some of the very best deals. First of all, there are massive price cuts on sports games such as NBA 2K20 and Madden 20. Their prices will be slashed from $59.99 down to $28 for the weekend.
With Sony and Microsoft promising their next-generation consoles will land next year, it's now or never when it comes to buying current-gen hardware. It won't be getting any cheaper than it will this weekend either with GameStop offering up an Xbox One for just $99. Or a PlayStation 4 bundle with three games for only $100 more. Both steals if you ask us.
The prices of a whole bunch of Switch accessories are also on the chopping block. Mario and Luigi-themed GameCube style controllers are just $14.99. Gamers will be hard-pressed to find a current-gen console controller for less than that anywhere. Or, if your Switch is seriously low on memory, bag yourself a 128GB MicroSD card for only $14.99, around a 50% discount.
The deals mentioned above are just the tip of the iceberg with GameStop going all out for this Black Friday weekend. For all of the deals, you can check out TheBlackFriday.com. The best news of all is that customers don't have to wait until the Thanksgiving turkey hits their stomach to start panic buying. If you're planning to buy online, GameStop's Black Friday sale starts today (Wednesday, November 27, 2019) at 9 pm ET.