GameStop Black Friday Ad Leak: Several Awesome Deals

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Companies around the world keep on preparing for Black Friday and GameStop is no exception. GameStop’s Black Friday ad was leaked and found by BFads and there are some mouthwatering deals that they are offering this Black Friday.

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GameStop may be the most popular gaming company in the world so it is no surprise to see them offer elite deals on their products. According to the GameStop ad, they will be selling the 500 GB PS4 bundle and the 500 GB Xbox One Gears of War: Ultimate Edition bundle for $299.99 each. This is $50 cheaper than both of these bundles original price of $349.99. GameStop will also be offering some great deals on some of their pre-owned hardware. According to the GameStop ad, they will be offering a pre-owned Xbox 360, 80 GB PS3, and 3DS for only $79.99 and also a pre-owned 3DS XL for $99.99. They are also reportedly offering a buy two get one free for any of these pre-owned hardware devices. Believe it or not, the Xbox 360, PS3, and 3DS still get played and are still fairly popular. Of course buying pre-owned devices is always a risk-worthy situation, but GameStop has almost made it irresistible with their Black Friday deal.


GameStop’s newest ad showed a lot more than just deals on hardware devices as there are also several deals on software. According to the GameStop ad, if a customer buys Star Wars Battlefront then they can save $30 on any of the following games: Madden 16, FIFA 16, NHL 16, Need for Speed, or Dragon Age: Inquisition. Other major game deals that they are going to offer are as follows according to their ad: The Witcher 3 will only be $29.99, Metal Gear Solid 5 will only be $39.99, and the Far Cry 4: Complete Edition will only be $29.99. There are several other games that range from $5 to $20 off that GameStop is offering in their ad, but these are the big ones. The GameStop ad that was leaked has over 12 pages of deals, so clearly these are just the big ones that were mentioned. Gamers around the world who love to shop on Black Friday should look no further than GameStop because it appears like they will hit the jackpot this holiday season.