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Black Friday Deals 2015: GameStop, Best Buy Ads and Store Hours

( [email protected] ) Nov 10, 2015 06:09 PM EST
Leaked Black Friday 2015 ads continue to circulate on the web. At from the look of things, these leaks seem to be authentic. Naturally, nothing is confirmed until Black Friday actually starts on November 27. Until then, rumors off deals from GameStop and Best Buy are rife amongst gossip cliques.
Black Friday sales shoppers line up outside a Best Buy electronics store in Falls Church, Virginia November 27, 2009. (Reuters/Jim Young)

Leaked Black Friday 2015 ads continue to circulate on the web. At from the look of things, these leaks seem to be authentic. Naturally, nothing is confirmed until Black Friday starts on November 27. Until then, rumors of deals from GameStop and Best Buy are rife amongst gossip cliques.

Best Buy Black Friday Offers

More notable this year, Best Buy is slashing prices across the board on select Apple products that include the popular iPad Air and iPad Mini tablet series.

For now, what has been unveiled includes the iPad Air 2. The 128GB version will sell for $579.99, which represents a $125 discount. Buyers can buy either the 64GB edition for $499.99 or 16GB version of r $399.99. Both the 16GB and 64GB offer saves customers $100.

These are no major discount on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s as of yet. However, the situation may change later when Black Friday begins. Also, customers will get a $200 Best Buy gift card with purchase, lease or trade-in on any Apple smartphone newer than iPhone 5.

Apple products are not the only things going up for sale. A variety of Samsung and Toshiba products are up for grabs, but mainly HDTVs. These include the Toshiba 49-inch LED 1080 HDTV for just $149.99, and Samsung’s 40-inch LED 1080 HDTV for just $499.99. What makes the Samsung offer more generous is that it include free Xbox One consoles and a copy of The LEGO Movie video game.

Other hot HDTV offers include the 55-inch Toshiba LED TV for just $349.99. The regular selling price for that device is $549.99.

Best Buy’s Black Friday sale officially begins at 8 am on Friday, November 27 morning. An earlier Thanksgiving door buster sale begins at 5 pm Thanskgiving Day.

GameStop Black Friday Ad Leaked

The major video game merchant was amongst the first retailers to have their Black Friday ads leaked. That occurred this week on Black Friday rumor site BFADS.net. According to that site, there are PlayStation 4 and Xbox One bundles to be had for just $299 per unit.

Offers include the Xbox One 500GB Gears of War Ultimate Bundle for just $299.99 each. The PlayStation 4 version of the 500GB Uncharted Collection Bundle can be purchased for the same price.

Cheaper deals for more recent AAA titles are available too. Those include The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited edition, Far Cry 4: Complete Edition and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on PS4 or Xbox One for about $30 each. The Witcher 3 offer comes with complimentary Steel Book Game Box.

Naturally, buyers can pay next to nothing for much older titles. For instance, some older games are going for around $10. These include Bioshock Infinite, Diablo II and Dark Souls II.

Games are not the only items to be discounted on Black Friday. Buyers can get the Skylancers figures at slashed prices. Also, there is the option to buy pre-owned consoles from the previous generation. For $79.99, consumers have the choice to purchase either a used PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 console.  

Bear in mind, GameStop is not opening its doors until 5 am on Friday morning. That does not mean there will not be long lines before then. So, interested parties will expect to be lining up in the cold until the store opens.

Leaked Black Friday 2015 ads continue to circulate on the web. At from the look of things, these leaks seem to be authentic. Naturally, nothing is confirmed until Black Friday starts on November 27. Until then, rumors of deals from GameStop and Best Buy are rife amongst gossip cliques.