It was only a matter of time before Walmart’s Black Friday ad was leaked. There are quite a few door busting deals to be had once the sale starts. There are a lot of Walmarts that are open 24 hours a day but these specials won’t go into effect until 5 a.m. on Black Friday. You’ll have until 11 a.m. to get these deals at their advertised price.
Editor’s Update: The game deals begin at 12:01 a.m. Friday, November 26, 2010, including the page shown above. The other deals (eg game consoles) begin at 5 a.m.
Many games have been discounted to their lowest prices ever. For $29 you can get Medal of Honor, NBA Jam, NBA 2K11, or Red Dead Redemption to just name a few. The ad says there will be many more titles reduced to this price.
Over 80 older games have been reduced to $10 as well. Choices include Killzone 2, God of War Collection, Ratchet and Clank: Tools of Destruction and Call of Duty 4. Again, those titles I just mentioned are just a drop in the bucket compared to the actual number of games you’ll have to choose from.
The lowest priced games are $7. It appears these games are mostly PS2, Wii and DS titles, though Tomb Raider: Underworld for the Xbox 360 stands out from the bunch.
As for hardware, the DS Lite is selling for $89. A 4GB Xbox 360 with Modern Warfare 2 and Mass Effect 2 is only $199, and a 160GB PS3 with Uncharted 2 and Medal of Honor Limited Edition is only $299. Finally, there’s a Nintendo Wii Limited Edition Value Bundle with Epic Mickey, New Super Mario Bros. Wii and Wii Sports for $249.
Of course there are non-gaming deals here as well. Arguably, one of the most popular items will be a 32 inch Emerson HDTV for $198. Good luck scooping that one up. Some more scattered deals are below.
- 8GB iPod Touch with $50 Walmart gift card – $225
- 42 inch Emerson LCD HDTV – $398
- 50 inch Sanyo LCD HDTV – $498
- Samsung 32 inch LCD HDTV – $328
- 19 inch Sansui HDTV – $98
- Magnavox Blu-ray player – $69
- Samsung Wi-Fi Blu-ray player – $138
- LG Blu-ray player – $94
Editor’s Note: (November 25, 2010) Ad is now in hand and this is confirmed as legitimate.