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Submitted by triverse 879d ago | news

Target Having Nintendo Sale for Thanksgiving

Triverse writes, "Target, the main competitor to Wal-Mart, is having a sale on Nintendo related items as listed below. As we find out more about what is avialable, we will make updated posts for our readers here:" (3DS, Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, Skylanders Giants, Wii, Wii U)

Phil32  +   880d ago
B1G1 1/2 off on Wii U games is nice. I'd get NSMBU and Scribblenauts Unlimited!
triverse  +   880d ago
Old Navy is having a "door buster" where you can get the Mario game on Wii U for free with $40 of in store purchases. Just an idea for anyone interested there.
Ilovetheps4  +   879d ago
Based on what the article says, it's B2G1 1/2 off. So you buy two at full price and you get one game at half price.
DivineAssault  +   879d ago
screw that.. There isnt 2 games worth $60/ea yet.. & then only to pay $30 for a 3rd? keep it

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