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Target offering buy two, get one free deal on video and board games next week

As long as what you want is in stock

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - ETH.3n and Salter
ETH.3n and Salter in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
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It’s a busy time of year for video games, and all the hot new releases are surely weighing on your wallet. If you’re planning to pick up at least two games next week, you might want to head to Target for its buy two, get one free deal.

The promotion is valid from Sunday, Oct. 30, through Saturday, Nov. 5, according to the weekly ad posted by The Couponing Couple (via Cheap Ass Gamer). That week will include the Nov. 4 release of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which is sure to be one of the biggest games of 2016. Other titles launching next week include the Nintendo 3DS game Mario Party Star Rush, which also debuts Nov. 4. Of course, by then, plenty of big games will have already arrived this fall, including Battlefield 1 last week and Titanfall 2 tomorrow.

Target’s offer will work with any three games, as long as they’re in stock; as always, the cheapest one of the three will get the 100 percent discount. The retailer is running the same deal on board games, although it’s unclear from the ad if customers can mix and match tabletop titles and video games.

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