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Posted on November 15, 2010, Phil Owen Wal-Mart Black Friday Ad (DS Lite for $89)
Wal-Mart may be a horrible and despicable entity, but they’re also open all the time except for after 5 on Christmas Eve (making my life difficult every year) and all of Christmas day. And on Black Friday they are unique in that they are the on store at which you can wait inside and grab all the s**t you want before the sales start at 5am. The downside, of course, is that you have to get there far earlier than you would at every other store and then once the sales go live, you’re gonna end up stuck in a really long checkout line that’ll take an hour to get through.
This year it’s even more confusing, because Wal-Mart is having two Black Friday sales: one that starts at midnight and another that starts at 5 like normal. As far as I can tell, all the individual games listed below can be purchased at the advertised price after midnight, and the game console deals won’t be available until 5. I think.
Xbox 360 4gb with Modern Warfare 2 and Mass Effect 2: $199.99 (derp)
PS3 160gb with Medal of Honor and Uncharted 2: $299.99
Red Wii with two Wii Remote Pluses and nunchucks, Epic Mickey and New Super Mario Bros.: $249.99
Nintendo DS Lite: $89
Games (assume all applicable consoles, but the ad does not specify)
Major League Baseball 2k10
Toy Story 3
Transformers: War for Cybertron
Modern Warfare 2
Smackdown vs. Raw 2011
Red Dead Redemption
Medal of Honor
Madden NFL 11
and “many more video game titles available at this price”
God of War Collection
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destruction
Transformers: The Game
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
Reed Steel 2
Wheel of Fortune Wii
Ad also lists of a bunch of random old games for $7
Halo: Reach for $35
Band Hero full band bundle for Wii, PS3 and 360 for $75 (this is $105 off regular price)
They’ve got a pretty nice selection so far, and maybe we’ll find out a little later what some of the other $29 titles are. That, combined with a pretty nice selection of $5 blu-rays means Wal-Mart might actually be the place to go this year.
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