Black Friday deals abound this year with retailers opening their doors and sharing their deals earlier than in years past. Some big name retail stores have openly shared Black Friday ads with the public while other advertisements have been supposedly “leaked” prematurely. No one can say with certainty if the leaks are intentional or not, but if they are, they are serving their purpose well by working the public into a Black Friday shopping frenzy.
One company which has made/leaked its Black Friday ads to the public is Toys R Us, and it appears that the multi-billion dollar toy and baby product retailer has some great bargains in mind for the 2013 holiday shopping season. Here is a quick rundown of some of the deals:
Buy One, Get One 40% off– Of all the deals planned by Toys R Us for its Black Friday shopping spree, this one is probably the most appealing. This deal is offered on recently released video games and will include such notable selections as Battlefield4; Call of Duty: Ghosts; FIFA14; Batman: Arkham Origins; and Super Mario 3D World. Buy any one of these and you get another one for 40 percent off of the regular price.
Buy One, Get One for $1– Another deal sure to attract attention, this offer is also on video games and includes options such as Saints Row: The Third, Lego: Lord of the Rings; Mortal Kombat; Halo Wars; Halo: Reach; Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare; and others. More than 150 games will be offered as part of this Buy One, Get One for $1 offer.
Bundled Deals– If you’re looking for both a gaming system and games, these bundled offers are worth your consideration. One of the offers includes a 250GB PlayStation 3 bundle with two games: Batman Arkham Origins and The Last of Us. The price on this bundle is only $200. Another bundled deal includes a 4GB Xbox 360 Kinect bundle with Kinect Adventures, Kinect Sports Season Two, and Halo 3. This bundle sells for $200. There are other bundled offers as well, with each one offering significant discounts from the price of separate purchases.
Toys R Us plans to open its stores to Black Friday shoppers at 5 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. This is about in- line with most other retailers this year and is part of a growing trend by stores to open earlier and earlier as they compete for customer dollars. Some of the above deals at Toys R Us are exceptional and could be worth standing in line, so finish off the turkey and stuffing early and head to Toys R Us for an early evening of bargains galore this Thanksgiving Day.
Copyright 2013, Bryan Carey