From GameStop to Target, GamerTell’s Cyber Monday 2012 coverage continues. We’re moving right along in our investigation of various online stores’ Cyber Monday sale unveilings and have happened upon the Target Cyber Monday sale. It has a much bigger and better assortment of sale selections than Walmart, in case you’re curious how it compares to its rival. Overall, the deals are decent but hardly Black Friday-style spectacular.
The Target Cyber Monday website’s video game section is huge. Tons of games and accessories are on sale, with both minor and major discounts available. So what we’ll do here is some up some of the best deals. Then, if you like what you see, you can explore the rest of the listings (the video games sale page has 323 results) and see if there’s something you want. The only downside to the sale is that the 8GB and 32GB Wii Us are already out of stock online, as is the Skylanders Giants Wii bundle.
- 3DS with 20-in-1 Essentials Kit Collection – $190
- 3DS with Super Mario Sticker Star – $185
- PS3 Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two bundle with a 250GB PS3, Epic Mickey 2, one month of PlayStation Plus and the PlayStation Move – $299.99
- PS3 500GB model with Assassin’s Creed III, two controllers and one month of PlayStation Plus – $345
- Xbox 360 4GB Kinect Holiday Bundle with Kinect Adventures and Kinect Disneyland – $249.99
- Xbox 360 250GB Holiday bundle with Forza 4 and Skyrim – $249.99
There are also lots of games on sale. Select 3DS, DS, PS3, Vita, Xbox 360, Wii and Wii U games are reduced, as well as a handful of Windows and Mac games. The thing is, the deals aren’t terribly spectacular. From what I saw, the average discount seems to be about $10. So while Target will have more games discounted than Amazon, Walmart and GameStop this Cyber Monday, you’ll probably find better deals on games at the other stores.