Here is K-Mart's Black Friday ad - destructoid

Here is K-Mart's Black Friday ad

2:00 AM on 11.18.2010


Yet another retailer has tossed their hat into the ring, hoping to win the affection of you and your wallet this coming Black Friday. K-Mart's ad is available for viewing.

There isn't anything in the ad that would make it a first stop for me, certainly nothing worth waiting in line overnight for. But there are some good opportunities to score some good prices on games. Halo: Reach, Fable III, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood and NBA Jam are all marked down by $20, along with a number of this year's new sports titles. Medal of Honor, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Mafia II and the Game of the Year edition of Dragon Age are also marked down to a very respectable $35.

Hardware gets some love too but nothing too exciting. You can score "gaming coupons" to use on return trips with purchases of any Wii or when you pick up Kinect either on its own or in a bundle with a 360. And PSPgo systems are slashed fifty dollars, which I'm sure has everyone psyched.

Not spectacular, but I wouldn't rule out a hop in to K-Mart next week as a third or fourth stop to clean up on some cheap games. Check out the full ad at the link below.

Kmart Thanksgiving Black Friday Ad [BlackFriday.info] [Image]




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