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Walmart’s Black Friday 2017 deals include discounts for PlayStation 4 Slim, Xbox One S

Time to stock up on games

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Walmart’s Black Friday offerings have started to appear online and there are a few particular gaming deals of note.

Walmart notes in its ad and on the company’s website that deals start at 6 p.m. ET on Thursday, Nov. 23 in store and all day online. If you’re looking to get door crasher items, be sure to line up early to ensure that you can grab a ticket for those bigger purchases. If you just want to pick up additional games to add to your collection, you’re probably safe zooming around the website.

Here are some of the stand-out deals we came across while flipping through the ad.

Samsung 32-inch curved monitor: $199 (usually $299)

PlayStation 4 Slim (1 TB): $199 (usually $299)

PlayStation 4 controller: $39 (usually $59.96)

PlayStation 4 Gran Turismo Sport VR Bundle: $299 (usually $399)

Xbox One S (500 GB): $189 (usually $229)

Xbox Live three month subscription card: $12.50 (usually $24.96)

Xbox One controller: $39 (usually $59.96)

Call of Duty World War II: $43 (usually $59.98)

South Park: The Fractured But Whole: $29 (usually $59.96)

Horizon Zero Dawn: $19 (usually $44.83)

Titanfall 2: $12 (usually $19.93)

There are a number of other games, DVDs and Blu-ray titles on sale for various prices, starting from $3 on select DVD titles. Those searching out new TVs or miscellanious electronic devices can check out Walmart’s entire catalogue of Black Friday deals.

You can find all of our Black Friday deals in our Black Friday section, so bookmark that page for updates.

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