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Buy 2 Get 1 Free Promotion Being Held At Target During PS4 Launch Week [Update: Get In On The Savings Now!]

Posted on Monday, November 11 @ 08:33:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
[Update] Target has updated its website, and is offering the previously-reported buy two get one free sale now through Saturday. You can visit the store page here to get in on the savings.

[Original] During the PlayStation 4 launch week, which is now just two weeks away mind you, Target will be running a "buy 2 get 1 free" sale on all of its in stock games.



The news comes from a leaked ad scan, which was posted on Reddit. While the ad may lead one to believe that this only applies to PlayStation 4 games, a post on Cheap Ass Gamer claims that this promotion applies to all in stock games, including Xbox One titles, should your local Target be offering them at that time.

Regardless, this will serve as an excellent opportunity to score some brand new games on the (relatively) cheap—that is, so long as you're not planning to go all digital.

[Reddit, via Cheap Ass Gamer]
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