If you are looking for the best PS4 deals on Black Friday, you may not need to search any more. Even though Black Friday isn’t until Nov. 23 and many big retailers are have yet to reveal their sales prices, Target’s Black Friday ad has lucrative PS4 deals for potential buyers.
Target’s best PS4 deals
Target released a preview of its Black Friday ad for 2018, and it includes some great gaming deals. Among the PS4 deals Target is offering is a 1TB console with Spider-Man for just $199.99, which is a savings of $100. Target will also offer the PlayStation VR bundle with a camera, two Move controllers and Creed: Rise to Glory and Superhot VR for just $249.99, which is also a savings of $100.
In addition to these great PS4 deals, Target’s Black Friday preview has also something for Switch fans. The retailer will be selling the Nintendo Switch Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Bundle for $300. Other gaming deals include PS4 or Xbox One wireless controllers for just $40, which is a savings of $20, and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for $45, a savings of $15.
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Target’s Black Friday ad also revealed games that will be on sale for $35. They include Soul Calibur 6 (PS4); We Happy Few (Xbox One); Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (Xbox One); Sea of Thieves (Xbox One); NHL 19 (PS4) and Forza Horizon 4 (Xbox One).
The games that will be available for $29.99 are Fallout 4 GOTY Edition (Xbox One); Naruto to Borutu: Shinobi Striker (PS4); WWE 2K19 (PS4); F1 2018 (Xbox One) and Shadow of the Tomb Raider (PS4).
The list of $25 games includes Call of Duty: WW2 (PS4); Dragon Ball FighterZ (PS4); Far Cry 5 (Xbox One); Detroit: Become Human (PS4); God of War (PS4); Assassin’s Creed Origins (Xbox One); and Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle (Nintendo Switch).
The games you will be able to buy for $15 include Skyrim (Xbox One); Doom (PS4); Farming Simulator (Nintendo Switch); Overwatch (PS4); The Evil Within 2 (PS4); Star Wars Battlefront 2 (Xbox One); NBA Live 19 (Xbox One); Marvel Superheroes 2 (Xbox One); PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (Xbox One); LEGO Jurassic World (PS4) and Wolfenstein 2 (PS4).
Deals on other electronics items
TV deals include a 50-inch Samsung 4K HDR TV for $329.99, which is a savings of $120. and a 55-inch Element 4K TV for $199.99, a markdown of about $180. Target will also offer a 43-inch LG 4K HDR TV for $269.99, a savings of about $80, and a 65-inch Samsung 4K HDR TV for $649.99, a markdown of $180. The big box retailer will also offer a 60-inch LG 4K HDR TV for $549.99, a savings of $250.
Deals on smartphones include the iPhone XS or XS Max on Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T with a $250 Target gift card and the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and 8 Plus on Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T with a $150 Target gift card. The retailer is also offer a $300 Target gift card with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and a $200 gift card with the Google Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL on Verizon. Target will also be offering 30% off Belkin charging products.
Deals on streaming devices include an Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K for $34.99, a $15 savings and an Amazon Fire TV Stick for $24.99, which is a savings of $15. Target will also sell the Roku Streaming Stick for $29.99, which is a markdown $20, and the Roku Ultra for $49.99, which is$50 off. The retailer is also offering $20 off the Google Chromecast Ultra, which brings the price to $49, and $10 off the Google Chromecast, which makes the sale price $25.
Deals on smart speakers include the third-gen Amazon Echo Dot for $24, a savings of about $25, the Google Home for $79, which is $50 off. Target will also offer the Google Home Hub for $99, a savings of $50, and the Google Home Mini for $25, which is half the usual price.
Everything you need to know about Target’s Black Friday deals
According to Target’s Black Friday ad, the stores will open their doors at 5 p.m. on Nov. 22 and close at 1 a.m. on Nov. 23. Target stores will reopen at 7 a.m. on Nov. 23.
Target also said buyers will be able to pick up select pre-bought items on Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Also for the first time, the retailer notes that Drive Up will be available, and it will be a free same-day service. This service will be available on Black Friday, and it allows buyers to order items in the Target app, and then have them brought out to their car.
Target is also introducing its new “Skip-the-Line” checkout. The retailer said that during busy events like Black Friday, some team members will be placed in the busiest areas of the store like Electronics. These members will scan the item in the guest’s basket and accept payment on the spot.
“This checkout technology is the latest feature built by Target’s technology team to make shopping easier for guests,” the retailer says.
In addition to the Black Friday deals, Target is offering another bonus. Buyers who spent $50 “in-store or online or scan the wallet feature in the Target app in stores” on Nov. 23 will get a 20% off coupon for a future holiday shopping trip. The coupon will be redeemable between Nov. 27 and Dec. 8.