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Black Friday: Get free LEGO Rock Band at Old Navy

Nov 05 // Nick Chester

Need a frost-free jacket for your toddler? Want to get LEGO Rock Band free? Well, set your alarms and find your nearest Old Navy, because have I got a deal for you!

In the Black Friday ad uncovered by blackfriday.info, it appears that Old Navy will give you a copy of LEGO Rock Band for free if you spend $20 in their store on the biggest shopping day of the year. Yes, absolutely free. Buy four fleece tops? Free LEGO Rock Band. A pair of jeans and a graphic t-shirt? Free LEGO Rock Band! While supplies last, of course, and with Old Navy opening up at a ridiculous 3 o'clock in the morning, you should psych yourself up accordingly.

But the Old Navy/Rock Band promotional goodness doesn't stop there. It looks like you'll be able to just head into the store on Thanksgiving (yes, they'll be open at noon on Thursday) and play the game if you want; no purchase necessary. And if you like it, you can buy a copy of Rock Band 2 right there in the store and get a guitar for free. I hear you asking "WTF?" and I respond "Go where the deals are, my friend."

Also, pick me up one of those $15 sweaters -- they look comfy. 


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