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Board games, DVDs, books, and video games are buy-two-get-one-free at Target

It’s time to stock up

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If your bookshelf, games closet, or movie library looks a little sparse these days, Target’s weekly sale can remedy that. The retailer is offering a buy-two-get-one-free deal on board games, video games, books, and movies.

With the exception of most Nintendo Switch and 3DS games (typical, Nintendo) and new release movies, the deal applies to all physical media. That means video game pre-orders like Anthem and MLB The Show 19 are eligible for the promotion.

Nintendo fans aren’t totally out of luck — Target is offering half of a select game with the purchase of a Switch console.

This is also a good opportunity to stock up on options for board game night. Target has a wide selection of party games, including some fun exclusives like the Bob Ross-themed Happy Little Accidents and Dude: A Game Where You Say Dude.

The deal is mix-and-match, so you can add eligible items from as many different categories as you want. As with most promotions like this, the lowest priced item will be free. The offer ends on Feb. 16.

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