Target’s Pre-Black Friday Sale

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Shoppers get murder in their eyes on Black Friday. I waited in line one time on a Black Friday, damn near got trampled trying to get into the store, and now will never shop on that day again. If, like me, you’d rather do some holiday shopping without risking life and limb fighting fellow customers for bargains the morning of Friday, November 26, swing by Target between now and Wednesday, November 24 to pick up a few things during the retailer’s Pre-Black Friday sale. You can find some nice savings on DJ Hero 2 and Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock bundles and a variety of the latest sports titles, among other products.

Here is a list of the gaming deals currently on offer.

• Free $30 Target GiftCard with the purchase of 4GB Xbox 360 Kinect bundle – includes system, Kinect sensor, game and wireless controller

• Free $10 Target GiftCard with the purchase of Donkey Kong Country Returns for the Wii

• $20 off any Wii game system *with coupon

• $20 off the purchase of any two Xbox 360 controllers *with coupon

• Lowest price ever on DJ Hero 2 Turntable Bundle (Xbox360/PS3/Wii) for $75 (save $25)

• Lowest price ever on Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Guitar Bundle (Xbox 360/PS3/Wii) for $75 (save $25)

• Nintendo DSi (White) on sale for $119 (save $30)

• NBA 2K11, FIFA Soccer 11, Madden 11, NCAA Football 11, NHL 11, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11, EA Sports MMA (Xbox 360/PS3) on sale for $42 each (save $18)

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