GTA 5 Black Friday price with 2013 deals
We recently spoke about some great bargains to be found in the upcoming Black Friday sales and highlighted a few of the video games on offer. This could be the ideal way to get hold of that newly released title that you were not willing to pay full price for, and those of you who still haven’t got the highly talked about Grand Theft Auto V could make the most out of the sales and get it for a fraction of the price.
On Walmart an extensive catalogue of great games are being offered and the more newly released titles feature more prominently. The ad page highlights GTA V for only $34 on both PS3 and Xbox 360, which has been reduced from $59.96 for this occasion.
In our last post we discussed some Walmart Black Friday ad features concerning video games and bundles, as this could be the ideal place to get hold of that Christmas gift or that highly anticipated game on the cheap. With many gamers trying to prioritize which games they can afford a couple of offers stood out to us considering the amount of new releases available.
The recently released Call of Duty: Ghosts may also be on your wishlist and Walmart are offering it for a reduced price of $39.96 down from $59.96 on both existing consoles. Other deals on new titles include Assassins Creed: Black Flag, NBA2K14 and Batman Arkham Origins also for $34 on both PS3 and Xbox 360.
When it comes to games, there’s a whole array of different titles on offer for all platforms including the likes of Call of Duty: Ghosts, GTA V and Assassins Creed: Black Flag. One that does stand out is the recently released Ghosts game, as Call of Duty fans may feel the reduced price of $39.96 is a bargain down from $59.96.
Other sales on games for everything from the Nintendo Wii, Wii U, DS, 3DS and the aforementioned consoles can also be seen on the Walmart ad with prices ranging from $10 to $40. With GTA V going for only $34 we feel we should have held on a bit longer to get this popular game much cheaper than we did.
Have you seen any other GTA V offers in Black Friday ads?