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Earlier today, Best Buy’s internal pricing system listed Switch for $249.99. Target is now throwing its hat into the ring with its own placeholder price of $299.99. That could be an estimate, and thankfully we’ll know in about 48 hours if it’ll be any lower.

On a similar note, Target’s system is listing 15 games for Switch. It’s unclear if that number will expand at all after Thursday’s presentation.

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Last week, reports began to emerge of GameStop putting up new Switch advertising. Another retailer in the United States is now joining in on the fun as well. Over at Target, Switch promotional signs are appearing. You may begin to see images like the ones pictured above when you visit your local store soon. 

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Update 5: Kirby: Planet Robobot is $25 on Amazon.


Update 4: Nintendo Selects: Super Mario All-Stars is now $15 on Amazon. The Animal Crossing amiibo 3-pack is $10 at Walmart.


Update 3 (11/25): Nintendo Selects: Pikmin 3 is now $15 on Amazon. Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers is also already half off and the same price on Amazon.


Update 2: LEGO Dimensions packs have received notable discounts on Amazon, including the new Sonic pack.


Update: Bumped to the top. A few more deals:

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens for $20 – Amazon
Nintendo Selects: Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon for $15 – Amazon
Nintendo Selects: Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D – Amazon
Nintendo Selects: Tomodachi Life – Amazon


A number of notable Nintendo-related deals are now live at various retailers. Highlights include Pokken Tournament for $35, Kirby: Planet Robobot for $25, and 15% off eShop cards.

Here’s what we’ve come across thus far:

Pokken Tournament for $35 – Target, Amazon
Splatoon for $35 – Amazon, Target, Amazon
Super Mario Maker for $35 – Target
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U – Amazon
Bravely Second for $20 – Best Buy, Amazon
Pokemon Omega Ruby for $25 – Walmart, Amazon
Pokemon Alpha Sapphire for $25 – Walmart, Amazon
Minecraft: Wii U Edition for $20 – Amazon
Pokemon X for $20 – Best Buy, Amazon
Pokemon Y for $20 – Best Buy, Amazon
Kirby: Planet Robobot for $25 – Target
Fire Emblem Fates for $25 – Best Buy, Amazon (Birthright only currently on Amazon)
15% off eShop cards – Best Buy

A couple of other things worth noting: you can use the code HOLIDAYBOOK on Amazon to take $10 off a book purchase over $25 (works on all books, but you can get started with gaming ones here.) You can also keep track of Amazon’s Black Friday lightning deals here.

North American retailers are offering all sorts of bundle packs. Amazon has the steelbook, and Best Buy/GameStop are selling a standard version with two codes that unlock 100 Poke Balls each.

Now on launch day, Target is selling an exclusive Dual Pack of its own. Copies include figures of the starters Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio. Place an order here if interested.

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Target is celebrating the launch of Pokemon Sun/Moon with a special event. On Saturday, the retailer will be providing a Pikachu promo card and poster to fans between 11 AM and 2 PM. The offer is valid while supplies last.

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News about which games Target is putting on sale during Black Friday 2016 has started to emerge.

There are a few highlights, such as Super Mario Maker and Pokken Tournament for $35. On top of that New Super Mario Bros. 2, will be sold for $15 while Pokemon X/Y, Kirby: Planet Robobot, and Super Smash Bros. for 3DS will be $25 each. eShop cards will also be buy one, get one 10 percent off. It also goes without saying that the special New 3DS systems announced earlier this week will be $100 each.

Continue on below for a full look at Target’s Black Friday 2016 deals.

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Usually around the holidays, enticing video game deals begin to appear. It makes sense then that Target will be holding a special offer beginning at the very end of this month.

During the week of October 30, all games will be included in a buy 2, get 1 free sale. This should include all Wii U and 3DS games. Additionally, based on a picture from the ad, amiibo will be a part of the deal as well.

The sale will last through November 5.

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Usually around the holidays, enticing video game deals begin to appear. It makes sense then that Target will be holding a special offer beginning at the very end of this month.

During the week of October 30, all games will be included in a buy 2, get 1 free sale. This should include all Wii U and 3DS games. Additionally, based on a picture from the ad, amiibo will be a part of the deal as well.

The sale will last through November 5.

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Starting on Sunday, Target will be holding a “buy 2, get 1 free” sale on all 3DS games. This also applies to Pokemon trading cards for those that are interested. The offer should last through March 19.

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A Target representative has posted estimated stock numbers for Lucas. When the figure ships next month, stores should have an average of 20-32 units on hand. His total shipped quantity is actually double that of Classic Mario, so he shouldn’t be too tough to find.

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