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Posted: Nov 10, 2015 at 5:02 am By: WhatsYoFlava
Something worth noting for those looking to get a PS4 on Black Friday, most retailers will have the Uncharted bundle by itself for $300 based on the ads so far. Instead of waiting for Black Friday, you can just buy it now from Target for $297.50 with the 15% cartwheel coupon which expires on 11/14. That deal has been posted HERE Something worth noting for those looking to get a PS4 on Black Friday, most retailers will have the Uncharted bundle by itself for $300 based on the ads so far. Instead of waiting for Black Friday, you can just buy it now from Target for $297.50 with the 15% cartwheel coupon which expires on 11/14. That deal has been posted HERE See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 7, 2015 at 6:35 am By: Krazen1211
szimdba;19273793 said "1) So what's in the Xbone Holiday Value Bundle? 2) Is a 500GB HD sufficient for a casual gamer (as in, I play/finish 4 games/year) for both the Xbone and PS4?"    You can always supplement with a 3tb+ external. The typical difference between the 500gb and 1tb xbox ones is about $50, normally. A typical game install is about 50gb. Since the OS takes about 150gb, that leaves only the remainder for game storage. If you save that $50, perhaps you can buy one of these hard drives, or others that come on sale between now and black friday. Here's an example of a 4TB hard drive at frys, no tax for some, at $104. Link  Or a 3TB at Newegg that has been $79 recently, currently $89. Also counts towards an amex sync promotion. Link    szimdba;19273793 said "1) So what's in the Xbone Holiday Value Bundle? 2) Is a 500GB HD sufficient for a casual gamer (as in, I play/finish 4 games/year) for both the Xbone and PS4?"    You can always supplement with a 3tb+ external. The typical difference between the 500gb and 1tb xbox ones is about $50, normally. A typical game install is about 50gb. Since the OS takes about 150gb, that leaves only the remainder for game storage. If you save that $50, perhaps you can buy one of these hard drives, or others that come on sale between now and black friday. Here's an example of a 4TB hard drive at frys, no tax for some, at $104. Link  Or a 3TB at Newegg that has been $79 recently, currently $89. Also counts towards an amex sync promotion. Link    See More View this Post
Posted: Oct 16, 2015 at 3:49 pm By: VBMcGB
From the FatWallet blog, "The Skinny". The Skinny said " Bundle up for the best BLACK FRIDAY Video Game deals…ever! Every holiday, video games are of the most anticipated shopping categories, especially during Black Friday sales. Gamer enthusiasts are already up to date with the latest and greatest products as soon as pre-orders become available (disregarding cost), but average folks will hold out for late November when we see the lowest prices of the year. In 2014, there were 1,900 Black Friday video game deals, +500 console deals, +400 bundled deals and +490 video game deals under $20. A large majority of these advertised deals were offered at their lowest price ever, and this trend won’t be ending this November.2015 Black Friday PredictionsAs in year’s past, we’ll see a plethora of Xbox One and PS4 console bundles this Black Friday. Bundled consoles and games easily offer the best value for those wanting the whole package, even if you have to settle for games you may not totally prefer. The price differences between buying individual consoles vs. console bundles can range from $25 up to $100, depending on the games and other bundled bonuses (like free 3 month Xbox One Gold memberships). Some retailers will include gift cards, like one of last year’s best video game deals which featured an Xbox One w/Assassin’s Creed Unity and Black Flag games +$50 Target gift card for $329.99 (making your final price $279.99). This will indeed be the kind of deals to look for again. As we await Oculus Rift to come full circle and radically change human behavior, the Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition for Samsung Galaxy S6  (currently selling for a low price of $99 at Best Buy and drop a bit more as a hot Black Friday deal), more complete video games are the focus of this year’s lineup of holiday releases. The newest games are taking advantage of the PS4 and Xbox One capabilities, live streaming/multi-player leagues and membership perks.m as well as even more realistic and up close detailing. The long list of holiday releases include Guitar Hero Live, Halo 5: Guardians, Forza 6, Destiny: the Taken King, Fifa 16 (w/womens soccor for the first time!!), Mario Maker (for Wii U), Minecraft Story Mode, Rise of the Tomb Raider, LEGO Marvel’s Avengers and Star Wars Battlefront. Many of these new games will hit Black Friday ads at 25% off (about $45 and up) with older games up to 50% off (usually when you buy 2 or more). Here’s what we expect to see: Half-priced 2015 games w/25% off the newest holiday releases Wii U bundles below $200* Xbox One bundles below $275* PS4 bundles below $350* Xbox One Limited and Elite bundles drop below $450 (*factoring in value of included bonus store gift cards of $30 or more)Many current video game deals already surpass last year’s Black Friday deals (e.g., current pricing for Xbox One bundle w/Gears of War is $298) and expect retailers to raise the bar again come Thanksgiving Day, if not before during November’s Early Black Friday sales.    " https://www.fatwallet.com/blog/video-game-deals-2015-black-friday-predictions-series/  What do you think? Are Brent's predictions on the money? Do you have any predictions of your own? Do you have anything in particular you are hoping for?   From the FatWallet blog, "The Skinny". The Skinny said " Bundle up for the best BLACK FRIDAY Video Game deals…ever! Every holiday, video games are of the most anticipated shopping categories, especially during Black Friday sales. Gamer enthusiasts are already up to date with the latest and greatest products as soon as pre-orders become available (disregarding cost), but average folks will hold out for late November when we see the lowest prices of the year. In 2014, there were 1,900 Black Friday video game deals, +500 console deals, +400 bundled deals and +490 video game deals under $20. A large majority of these advertised deals were offered at their lowest price ever, and this trend won’t be ending this November.2015 Black Friday PredictionsAs in year’s past, we’ll see a plethora of Xbox One and PS4 console bundles this Black Friday. Bundled consoles and games easily offer the best value for those wanting the whole package, even if you have to settle for games you may not totally prefer. The price differences between buying individual consoles vs. console bundles can range from $25 up to $100, depending on the games and other bundled bonuses (like free 3 month Xbox One Gold memberships). Some retailers will include gift cards, like one of last year’s best video game deals which featured an Xbox One w/Assassin’s Creed Unity and Black Flag games +$50 Target gift card for $329.99 (making your final price $279.99). This will indeed be the kind of deals to look for again. As we await Oculus Rift to come full circle and radically change human behavior, the Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition for Samsung Galaxy S6  (currently selling for a low price of $99 at Best Buy and drop a bit more as a hot Black Friday deal), more complete video games are the focus of this year’s lineup of holiday releases. The newest games are taking advantage of the PS4 and Xbox One capabilities, live streaming/multi-player leagues and membership perks.m as well as even more realistic and up close detailing. The long list of holiday releases include Guitar Hero Live, Halo 5: Guardians, Forza 6, Destiny: the Taken King, Fifa 16 (w/womens soccor for the first time!!), Mario Maker (for Wii U), Minecraft Story Mode, Rise of the Tomb Raider, LEGO Marvel’s Avengers and Star Wars Battlefront. Many of these new games will hit Black Friday ads at 25% off (about $45 and up) with older games up to 50% off (usually when you buy 2 or more). Here’s what we expect to see: Half-priced 2015 games w/25% off the newest holiday releases Wii U bundles below $200* Xbox One bundles below $275* PS4 bundles below $350* Xbox One Limited and Elite bundles drop below $450 (*factoring in value of included bonus store gift cards of $30 or more)Many current video game deals already surpass last year’s Black Friday deals (e.g., current pricing for Xbox One bundle w/Gears of War is $298) and expect retailers to raise the bar again come Thanksgiving Day, if not before during November’s Early Black Friday sales.    " https://www.fatwallet.com/blog/video-game-deals-2015-black-friday-predictions-series/  What do you think? Are Brent's predictions on the money? Do you have any predictions of your own? Do you have anything in particular you are hoping for?   See More

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