More Holiday Gaming Deals at Target

Still have some holiday video game shopping to finish up? Target has you covered with another week of sales leading up to the final weekend before Christmas. Swing by a Target store near you between Sunday, December 12 and Saturday, December 18 to take advantage of these hot holiday deals, and much more. Remember to use your Target REDcard (if you have one), and you’ll get an additional 5% off your entire purchase.

• Target’s lowest price ever on all Wii game systems – save over $20 on Wii game system bundle – includes Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort games, Wii Remote Plus controller and Nunchuk for $177

• Nintendo DSi on sale for $127 (save over $20)

• Only at Target –Sony PlayStation Move starter kit – includes PlayStation Eye camera, Move motion controller and Start the Party game for $99.99

• PlayStation 3 Dual Shock 3 remote on sale for $49.99

• Call of Duty: Black Ops for Xbox 360 on sale for $47 (save over $12)

• Save $20 on 12-month Xbox Live Gold subscription with the purchase of Call of Duty: Black Ops for Xbox 360

• New at Target –Super Mario All Stars 25th Anniversary Limited Edition – includes Super Mario history booklet and CD soundtrack for $29.99

• NBA 2K11, Halo Reach and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Fable III, Dance Central and other selected Xbox 360/PS3 titles on sale for $39.99

• Just Dance 2 (Wii) on sale for $29.99, Michael Jackson The Experience (Wii) on sale for $39.99

• Mario vs. Donkey Kong, New Super Mario Bros., The Sims 3, Toy Story 3 and other selected DS titles on sale for $24 each

• Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, Rock Band 3, WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2011, FIFA Soccer 11 and other selected Xbox 360/PS3 titles on sale for $49.99

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