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Now that my husband and I have finally purchased a PlayStation 3, we are on the lookout for the latest video game releases and deeply discounted other games. I like classic video games such as Sonic, Pac-Man, shooter, and puzzle games. He likes racing and sports games. We're hoping to find Madden 13 on the list of games on sale this Black Friday. This is our time to stock up and get the games we've been wanting but have been putting off purchasing simply because we want to pay a lower price.
Most retailers have games for between $5.00 and $20.00. Those will be the ones we will be seeking out, unless of course Madden 13 is a little bit higher priced. Also on our list is games for Xbox 360 since my step-son owns that console. He has only one game so we are looking to increase his inventory with sports and racing games. Now, we realize that we will need more than just the two of us to get all of the deals that we want this Black Friday, so we are prepared to comprise a shopping team. Each person will have a list and the amount of money that is needed for their list.
We're hoping to get all of our shopping done at Wal-Mart, but are prepared to visit other retailers as well. It just seems that Wal-Mart has the best set-up for Black Friday with guided lines, designated lines, and waiting areas. Although the store was crowded last year, it was organized chaos. We still had the pushing, shoving, and yelling but it wasn't as bad. We also noticed the best video game deals there as well. The deals go fast so you have to get there early to seek out where your targeted items are and devise a plan to snag it and move to the next.
Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year. Everyone is rushing to try to get great deals on items they want why they are on sale. My past experiences with Black Friday sales are horrible. I was rushing, getting pushed, and even got yelled at. This is how all my past experiences have went. That's not how I like to shop.
Last year, my husband and I went to Toys R Us on Black Friday. We showed up maybe 30 minutes after the sale started. We were wanting the PlayStation 3 160GB game system bundle that was on sale for $199.99. That is saving $50. We were excited to save this much money on the one thing we wanted our son to have for Christmas. Needless to say, we didn't get it. They were sold out in a matter of minutes after the sale started. We still ended up getting it, but we waited until a few days after Black Friday. I ended up paying the full price of $250.
A Toys R Us employee told us that the sell is also on their website. This year, I plan to stay home and shop online to get the good deals. I won't have to fight a crowd, worry about showing up late, or worry about not getting the item I want. I can just wake up, shop and go right back to bed. I can even keep my pj's on. This is my kind of shopping. I probably won't be going out for a Black Friday shopping trip again. If the online shopping works well this year then I plan on doing it this way for many years to come. Unless, there is absolutely something that I just have to have and the store doesn't have it online.