Buy Two Games, Get One Free at Target


Target has a few gaming deals going on this week for anyone looking to squeeze in some early holiday shopping or pre-holiday self-gifting.

The best of the bunch is a buy two, get one free offer. You can buy any two PS3, Wii or Xbox 360 games and get a third of equal or lesser value completely free of charge. Unfortunately, it seems someone forgot to tell Target that Gran Turismo 5‘s release hit the skids, though, as the circular ad (pictured) still lists the oft-delayed PS3 racing sim as launching this week (though the fine print does mention that all release dates are subject to change). So no, you can’t pick that game as one of your three.

Anyway…on to more deals!

Next up is a PS3 bundle featuring a 250GB console, a wireless controller, a copy of the Toy Story 3 game and the Toy Story 1 and 2 animated movies on Blu-ray/DVD, all for the sum of $350. Nice family bundle, though it’s a shame it doesn’t include the Toy Story 3 movie to complete the collection.

Finally, Target celebrates the launch of Xbox 360 Kinect with a fairly simple offer. Buy the $300 4GB Xbox 360 Kinect bundle, which comes with the console, camera, wireless controller and a copy of Kinect Adventures, and you get a $20 gift card. Nothing too special, but hey, it’s free. Free gift cards are never a bad thing.

All three offers are valid through Saturday, November 6th.

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