The FINANCIAL — GameStop unveiled its 2020 Black Friday sales, revealing its holiday deals on the hottest video games, consoles, accessories, and pop culture collectibles items such as board games, statues, pop vinyl figures and apparel items. The Black Friday sale offers will be available on their website and through the GameStop mobile app on Nov. 25, at 8 p.m. CST, and in-store at GameStop’s more than 3,300 U.S. store locations starting Nov. 27 (7 a.m. – 10 p.m.), Nov. 28 (10 a.m. – 8 p.m.), and Nov. 29 (11 a.m. – 6 p.m.).
This Black Friday, customers can expect to see incredible doorbusters, as well as unique discounts across a mix of video game software, hardware and accessories, including great savings on hot titles such as Avengers ($26.99), FIFA 21 ($26.99), Madden NFL21 ($26.99), NBA 2k21 ($26.99), Ghost of Tsushima ($39.99), The Last of Us Part II ($29.99), and Spider-Man ($19.99), and up to 50% off Nintendo Switch games. Plus, GameStop is offering a Nintendo Switch bundle with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for $299.99. GameStop will also have limited stock, in-store only, of the new PS5 and Xbox X|S consoles available for purchase on Black Friday, while supplies last.
Additionally, GameStop is offering deep discounts on popular pop culture collectibles items, including Buy 1 Get 1 60% off all trading cards, Fantastic Four Venomised Funko Mystery Box ($19.99), All regularly priced t-shirts for $9, Pokémon Legends of Johto Collection trading cards box ($24.99), Buy 2 Get 1 Free Funko Pops ($11.99), and all Ugly Christmas Sweaters ($24.99). GameStop is also offering 25% off all toys, apparel, collectibles, drinkware, statues, and board games customers can fit into the Ultimate Gift Bag (gift bag sold separately for $4.99). To stay up-to-date on GameStop’s Black Friday offers, customers should visit www.gamestop.com/blackfriday, as additional deals will be added leading up to Black Friday.
To help gift givers take full advantage of this national holiday shopping event, GameStop also announced today its schedule of pre-Black Friday and Black Friday sale events. The “Black Friday Countdown” sale event will run Nov. 14 – 21 and will feature deep discounts on PC gaming bundles and accessories, and huge savings on video games across the Nintendo, Sony, and Xbox platforms.
This will lead into the “Black Friday Early Deals” event Nov. 22 – 25, and then to GameStop’s Black Friday Sale. The Black Friday Sale will begin Nov. 25 at 8 p.m. CST online and through the GameStop mobile app, and Nov. 27 in-store. Gift givers are encouraged to visit www.gamestop.com/gifthub each week to get an early glimpse on all the deals GameStop is offering before, and on Black Friday.
“We’re pulling out all the stops this holiday to reward shoppers with deep discounts – both before and on Black Friday,” said Chris Homeister, chief merchandising officer for GameStop. “It doesn’t get any better for customers who are looking to maximize their holiday spending by accessing some of the best offers in video games and collectibles.”
If customers are not able to visit one of GameStop’s more than 3,300 store locations, they can “Shop in Easy Mode” from any location by taking advantage of one GameStop’s numerous retail channel options for safe, contactless shopping, including Delivery@Door, www.gamestop.com, the enhanced GameStop mobile app, Buy Online Pick Up In Store, or Same Day Delivery (available in select areas).
GameStop is also making it easier for customers to purchase their holiday gifts by offering GameStop FlexPay packages – convenient payment options that allow customers the flexibility to pay for merchandise at once or over time. Those payment options include the GameStop Credit Card; Layaway; Buy Now, Pay Later; Rent-to-Own; Trade Credit; and GameStop Gift Cards.