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GameStop’s Black Friday 2019 deals include some decent Nintendo Switch doorbusters

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Promotions begin Nov. 28 and run through Dec. 1

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GameStop has a wide selection of Black Friday deals this year, some of which start the Saturday after Thanksgiving.

This year’s deals run the gamut from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on one end to Sea of Thieves on the other. Perhaps the most interesting deal is a Nintendo Switch Lite doorbuster offer, running Saturday and Sunday only, that comes with a $25 gift coupon. If you’re just getting into Nintendo this generation, or picking up a gift, you’ll want to put that toward Breath of the Wild right away, which will be going for just $39.99.

Additionally, you may want to snatch up Electronic Arts’ Anthem for just $5. A recent report has the software giant working on an elaborate relaunch some time soon. Here’s the complete listing, straight from GameStop’s corporate headquarters. Expect the supply of doorbusters to be limited.


Doorbusters

Captain Price, in military gear with a helmet cam, holding an assault rifle in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Image: Infinity Ward/Activision

Consoles

  • A PlayStation 4 1TB bundle including God of War (2018), Horizon Zero Dawn, and The Last of Us for $199.99 (a $100 savings).
  • A PS4 Pro 1TB Glacier White console for $299.99 (a $100 savings) and a $25 gift coupon.
  • The Xbox One S 1TB bundled with Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order for just $199.99
  • A Xbox One X Limited Edition 1TB Bundle bundled with NBA 2K20 for $349.99 (a $150 savings).
  • The 1TB Xbox One S “All-Digital Bundle” with Fortnite Battle Royale (a free-to-play game), Minecraft, and Sea of Thieves (which is normally included with Xbox Game Pass) for just $149.99 (a $100 savings on the high end of the spectrum).
John Marston hold up a handful of bills in key art for Red Dead Redemption.
Red Dead Redemption
Rockstar Games

Software

Sony’s DualShock 4 on a white background with a tasteful shadow underneath. Sony

Peripherals