Xbox Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sales

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Screw camping out in line outside stores and battling stampeding crazies for bargains that will likely be topped later on in the holiday shopping season. Stay inside and do your video game shopping from home this Black Friday. (Of course that’s the whole point of Cyber Monday, so you were already planning to camp at your computer or smart device to take advantage of all the upcoming online deals.)

Microsoft, like every other video game company, has its own sales going on this week. Deals on Xbox 360 consoles and controllers, Xbox Live Gold subscriptions, and Xbox Video content will be revealed tomorrow, but as of yesterday the Xbox Live storefront has already started to slash prices on digital game downloads. There are week-long sales you can take advantage of right now, and then there are 1-day-only sales that will go live on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, respectively.

Check below for the complete list of digital game discounts. Also visit the Xbox Black Friday promotion hub to keep track of future deals.

November 26th – December 2nd Sales:
– The Bureau XCOM Declassified Games on Demand 67% off
– Deadpool Games on Demand 40% off
– God Mode XBLA 50% off
– Skyrim Games on Demand 50% off
– Skyrim: Dragonborn Add-on 50% off
– Skyrim: Dawnguard Add-on 50% off
– Fallout 3 Games on Demand 50% off
– Fallout 3: Mothership Zeta Add-on 66% off
– Fallout 3: Point Lookout Add-on 66% off
– Fallout 3: The Pitt Add-on 66% off
– Fallout 3: Operation: Anchorage Add-on 66% off
– Fallout 3: Broken Steel Add-on 66% off
– Wolfenstein 3D XBLA 75% off
– The Cave XBLA 75% off
– Rockstar Table Tennis Games on Demand 66% off
– Tomb Raider Games on Demand 50% off
– Sleeping Dogs Games on Demand 38% off
– Mark of the Ninja XBLA 66% off
– Mark of the Ninja Special Edition Add-on 66% off
– Runner 2 XBLA 50% off
– Sacred Citadel XBLA 50% off
– Deadblock XBLA 75% off
– Motocross Madness XBLA 75% off
– Dust XBLA 66% off
– AMY XBLA 50% off
– Metro Last Light Games on Demand 50% off
– Puzzle Quest Challenge of the Warlords XBLA 70% off
– Puzzle Quest Galatix XBLA 57% off

Black Friday Sales (November 29th only):
– Diablo III (US, CA & MX only) Games on Demand 33% off
– WWE 2K14 Games on Demand Games on Demand 33% off
– WWE 2K14 Accelerator DLC Add-on 50% off
– Halo 4 Champions Bundle Add-on 50% off
– Rayman Legends Games on Demand 50% off
– Magic 2014 XBLA 50% off
– Spider-Man: Edge of Time Games on Demand 67% off
– Spider-Man: Friend or Foe Games on Demand 67% off
– Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions Games on Demand 67% off
– Spider-Man: Web of Shadows Games on Demand 67% off
– X-Men: Destiny Games on Demand 50% off
– X-Men: Origins Wolverine Games on Demand 67% off
– X-Men: The Official Game Games on Demand 67% off
– Dragon’s Dogma Dark Arisien Games on Demand 66% off
– Onechanbara Games on Demand 80% off

Cyber Monday Sales (December 2nd only):
– Far Cry Blood Dragon XBLA 75% off
– Red Dead Redemption Games on Demand 75% off
– The Witcher 2 Games on Demand 75% off
– Dark Souls Games on Demand 75% off
– BattleBlock Theater XBLA 67% off
– Rayman Origins Games on Demand 50% off
– L.A. Noire Games on Demand 75% off
– Fast and Furious: Showdown Games on Demand 75% off
– Men in Black: Alien Crisis Games on Demand 75% off

Xbox 360 Game Store Black Friday sales [Major Nelson]

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