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A bunch of Red Dead Redemption 2 bundles are still on sale

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November is here, which means that the biggest shopping holiday of the year, Black Friday (and its close relative Cyber Monday), is a mere three weeks away. The deals are already starting to trickle in — Target and Kohl’s both released ads this week detailing the discounts they’ll be offering on the day after Thanksgiving, which include some excellent gaming hardware sales. While you’ll have to wait until Nov. 23rd for the biggest deals, Target is currently offering a nice buy-two-get-one-free sale on all video games and board games (plus movies and children’s books). That seems like a good opportunity to knock out a few gift purchases.

Also on sale this week is a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 Ti graphics card for $349. Usually $499, Nvidia’s older generation 10-series GPU is a solid piece of hardware. B&H is also throwing in a free PC download of Monster Hunter: World. The graphics card is currently backordered, but B&H expects more stock in about 7-10 days.

Polygon readers can still take advantage of an exclusive discount on RavPower’s powerful (read: can charge your Nintendo Switch while playing) USB-C portable charger. Normally $74.99, use code RP35TVG at checkout to grab it for $49.39.

Finally, in the pre-show before BlizzCon opening ceremonies, Steve Cotton, developer of Destiny 2: Forsaken, announced that the Destiny 2 base game will be free for all players until Nov. 18. Just log in to a Battle.net account before that date and the game is yours forever.

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Consoles and Hardware

Console Pre-orders

  • Xbox One X 1 TB Fallout 76 bundle pre-order at Amazon for $499.99 (to be released Nov. 14).
  • PlayStation Classic pre-order at GameStop and Best Buy for $99.99 (to be released Dec. 3).

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