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Black Friday 2011: GameStop’s 3-day sale is live

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GameStop logo Best Buy isn’t the only retailer participating in a three-day holiday sale. GameStop has posted a number of deals as well. They’re aren’t as numerous and varied as what Best Buy is offering, but you can pick up Kinect at a steep discount if you’re willing to go pre-owned. GameStop is mostly advertising new (not pre-owned) games. That could be useful information if you’re against pre-owned games.

We’re seeing the usual suspects for GameStop’s sale. There are two Xbox 360 bundles that we’ve seen at other retailers, discounts on Skylanders figures and an assortment of not-so-new games. I must say I’m not very impressed considering the deals you can get elsewhere. If you have some credit stored up at GameStop, this sale could be quite useful to you.

Check out the sale items below.

  • 4GB Xbox 360 – $149.99
  • 350GB Xbox 360 with Kinect, Kinect Adventures, Carnival Games download code and 3 months of Xbox Live Gold – $399.99
  • 250GB Xbox 360 with Fable 3, Halo: Reach and 3 months of Xbox Live Gold – $299.99
  • Pre-owned Kinect – $69.99
  • Kinect with The Gunstringer – $109.99
  • Battlefield Bad Company 2: Platinum Edition – $9.99
  • Medal of Honor – $9.99
  • GTA IV – $9.99
  • Rage – $29.99
  • Borderlands: GOTY Edition – $19.99
  • Forza 4 – $39.99
  • CoD: Black Ops – $34.99
  • Modern Warfare 2 – $24.99
  • Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition – $19.99
  • FIFA Soccer 12 – $39.99
  • Madden NFL 12 – $39.99
  • Need for Speed: The Run – $39.99
  • Zumba Fitness: Join the Party – $29.99
  • Rocksmith – $49.99
  • Portal 2 – $29.99
  • Dance Central 2 – $29.99
  • Rayman Origins – $29.99
  • L.A. Noire – $19.99
  • Split Second – $9.99
  • Sonic Generations – $29.99
  • Skylanders Single Character Pack – $4.99

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  • Tarun

    No Assassin's Creed or Arkham City for Gamestop? For shame…