GameStop’s best early Black Friday deals: games, accessories, and more

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The sale also includes first-party Nintendo titles.

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GameStop’s Black Friday sale has kicked off, bringing huge savings on digital and physical copies of games, gaming keyboards and headsets at their lowest prices ever. There are even a number of excellent promotions that are very important, whether you’re trying to build a new console or build out your existing library.


Of course, GameStop isn’t the only place with the best early Black Friday deals, so be sure to check out our ever-expanding guide to where to go on Black Friday as well as our retailer and brand-specific pages. On bigger savings.


Xbox All Access is a program previously offered by Microsoft, but represents a unique opportunity for anyone who is still trying to score an Xbox Series X or Series S. This package includes a new console and controller, as well as a 24-month subscription. Gamepass Ultimate and EA Play. However, instead of paying a lump sum, you apply for a limited credit line, essentially turning your new console into a subscription service that you pay for over the course of 24 months without interest. total cost for Series X service is $840 ($35 per month), whereas Series S will cost $600 ($25 per month),

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Full disclosure: If this is all starting to sound like a credit check, that’s because it basically is. To apply for GamePass you’ll need to disclose your Social Security number and annual income for approval, and even then, it’s not a guarantee that you’ll get the console. However, from a value standpoint, the deal is solid. All services, when paired with the hardware, cost no more than if you buy them individually – the program only gives you the option to pay in installments.

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