Target’s Ends-in-$7 Sale and Other Spring Deals

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Target’s Weekly Ad is out, and in it are some good gaming deals to take advantage of between today and Saturday, April 23rd. And before you ask – no, there is no indication of the rumored Wii price drop supposedly going into effect on Monday.

The lead offer of the week is what I’m calling the ‘Ends-in-$7’ sale. Target has four tiers of games and accessories on sale at price points of $17, $27, $37 and $47. See, they all end in $7. Aren’t I a genius?

Anyway…

In the $17 tier are Super Scribblenauts (DS), Wipeout (DS, Wii), Plants vs. Zombies (DS, PC, XBLA), Toy Story 3 (DS, PSP, Wii), an Xbox Live 3-Month Gold card and a Nintendo DSi Starter Kit.

In the $27 tier are Medal of Honor (PC, PS3, Xbox 360), Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (PC, PS3, Xbox 360), Country Dance (Wii), Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation (DS), Zhu Zhu Puppies (DS) and Power A’s Pro Pack Mini Wii Remote and Nunchuk.

In the $37 tier are Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters (PS3, Wii, Xbox 360), Halo: Reach (Xbox 360), Just Dance 2 (Wii), Disney’s Epic Mickey (Wii), FlingSmash w/ Wii Remote Plus (Wii) and Sonic Colors (Wii).

And finally in the $47 tier are Call of Duty: Black Ops (PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360), Fight Night Champion (PS3, Xbox 360), WWE All-Stars (PS3, Wii, Xbox 360), Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (PS3, Xbox 360), Kinect Sports (Xbox 360) and Turtle Beach’s Ear Force X11 headset for PC/Xbox 360.

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Target is also hosting a “game system extravaganza” promotion, with special offers available for new DSi, Wii and Xbox 360 purchasers. Buy a DSi for a free copy of Sonic Colors. Buy a Wii for a free copy of EA Sports Active 2. Or buy a 4GB Xbox 360 for a free $50 Target gift card.

Customers using a Target REDcard will also receive an additional 5% discount of their entire purchase.

So, see anything you might pick up?

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