Gamers looking to save a bit of money can do so as the Buy 2 Get 1 Free Video Game Promotion has returned for a limited time on Target.com and at local stores.
2019 has been off to a massive bang with some of this year’s hottest releases already having become available in both physical and digital formats. Now, there’s a reason to save a bit of money if you’ve been holding off on getting some brand new games or if you’ve been holding off on pre-ordering some of this year’s upcoming titles.
Just as it has worked in the past, Target has ensured that gamers aren’t the only ones who can go back for seconds and free third on their way out. Those looking to get some brand new movies, board games, books, and or those looking to mix-and-match can do so and still get their third item free.
Those looking to snag a copy of Avengers: Infinity War in order to get caught up before Avengers: End Game can do so when they aren’t moving from world to world in Kingdom Hearts III with Disney favorites Donald Duck and Goofy. If you’re wanting to sit back and relax with the family can do so with Fortnite Monopoly.
But if you’re looking to snag some titles you may have missed, you can also get your hands on titles ranging from 2018’s smash-hit title Red Dead Redemption 2, team it up with some zombie-filled fun in Resident Evil 2, and ending it on a high note with Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 as a pre-ordered upcoming title.
There’s even a handful of brand new games preparing for release including Anthem, Metro Exodus, Jump Force, Far Cry New Dawn, and many more just days away. If those aren’t your cup of tea, you can also consider pre-ordered titles including Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and the long-awaited Devil May Cry 5, which are set to release later this year.
However, you do need to note that not every game will show up for this promotion. Some Nintendo Switch games are exempt from this promotion which includes almost every first-party title for the Switch.
If you are looking to take advantage of this promotion, you only have days left to do so as it will come to an end on Feb. 16, 2019. You can view the list of all applicable items on the official Target site today.
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