The Best Black Friday 2020 Deals At Target

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Though Target has been offering early Black Friday deals all month, the retailer’s main Black Friday 2020 deals go live on November 22, letting you snag a slew of great discounts before the traditional after-Thanksgiving holiday. The full Target Black Friday sale will run until November 28, and the best deals are available online, so no need to crowd into stores. Note that all Target store locations will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, but deals will still be available on its website.

At Target, you can get good deals on a ton of games, including steep discounts on PlayStation exclusives as well as Nintendo Switch hardware and gaming accessories. Some deals are available now and will expire before Black Friday, while others will go live later. Be sure to keep checking back for the best deals available as we approach turkey day.

And for even more deals, make sure to check out our roundup of the best Black Friday gaming deals. If you’re in the market for specific platforms, we’ve also dug up the very best Black Friday 2020 deals for Nintendo Switch, PS5/PS4, and Xbox Series X/Xbox One.

Nintendo Switch with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Nintendo Switch Online

$300

The Nintendo Switch sells for $300 by itself, so the bonuses included in this bundle will let you get off to the races. You’ll get the system–notably, the newer model with better battery life than a launch console–along with a digital code for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and a 3-month trial of Nintendo Switch Online. Your Switch Online subscription comes with its own goodies, like the NES and SNES classic libraries, Tetris 99, and the newly released Super Mario 35.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake

$25 ($50)

Platforms: PS4/PS5

Final Fantasy 7 is one of the most famous RPGs of all time, and a big part of gaming history’s transition into the 3D era. Expectations were high for the long-awaited remake, and Square Enix delivered. The remake received a 10/10 in GameSpot’s FF7 Remake review, thanks to its fast-paced combat and rich reimagined characters.

Ghost of Tsushima

$40 ($60)

Platforms: PS4/PS5

Sucker Punch helped debut the PS4 with Infamous: Second Son, and as the PS5 launch approached, it helped bookend the generation with Ghost of Tsushima. The open-world game lets you live out your samurai fantasies, confronting villains directly with honor or sneaking around to take them out stealthily. It’s also visual showpiece, displaying just how lovely a PS4 game can look.

The Last of Us Part 2

$30 ($60)

Platforms: PS4/PS5

The Last of Us is one of the most critically acclaimed games of the last several years, and gamers have long been anticipating its follow-up, which released in June. This dark second chapter focuses on Ellie, now a grown adult with her own bloody journey ahead.

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle

$15 ($50)

Platform: Nintendo Switch

The mash-up of Mario and Ubisoft’s Rabbids seemed like an odd pitch, but the game is actually a surprisingly deep and creative tactics game with a ton of humor to boot. Think XCOM, but a lot cuter. It goes on sale pretty frequently these days, but this price is among the lowest we’ve seen.

Minecraft Dungeons

$15 ($30)

Platforms: Xbox One/Series X, PS4/PS5, Nintendo Switch

Minecraft Dungeons takes the familiar block-based characters and settings from the beloved building game and puts it into a whole new dungeon-crawling genre. You can build your own character and search for epic loot while you take down Creepers, Redstone Golems, and more.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2

$25 ($40)

Platforms: PS4/PS5, Xbox One/Series X

Tony Hawk games have been absent for several years now, following diminishing returns and some missteps. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 reminds players what they loved about the skateboarding series in the first place, thanks to a few enhancements that help the originals shine. It has remastered graphics and gameplay tweaks, but mostly it just feels like you remember from the early days of THPS.

SteelSeries All-in-One Gaming Bundle

$100 ($130)

The SteelSeries All-in-One Gaming Bundle includes everything you need to get started for PC gaming in one package (except the PC). The package includes an Arctis 1 headset, an Apex 3 keyboard, Rival 3 mouse, and QcK mousepad.

TCL 65″ 4K UHD HDR Smart Android TV

$230 ($400)

If you’re investing in the new generation of consoles, you may need a 4K TV to make the most out of their extra juice. This TCL TV is almost half-off and features 4K resolution, High Dynamic Range, and Google Assistant for controlling your smart home, accessing your Google Photos, and more.

Amazon Echo Dot

$29 ($50)

If you want to make your home a lot smarter, you can pick up the new 4th Gen Amazon Echo Dot for relatively cheap. The Echo Dot can control your smart home devices, answer your cooking questions, and connect with services like Spotify and Apple Music to fill your house with music. The Echo Dot is small, so you’ll barely notice it when not in use.

Source: Game Spot Mashup