Walmart Holiday Deals Offer Cheap PS4 And Xbox 360 Bundles, Reduced Prices On Select Video Games Tomorrow

By Steve Buja , Updated Dec 12, 2014 01:26 PM EST
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If you’re living here in America, you undoubtedly follow the MDY (Month, Day, Year) format when dating any documents. It’s what we were raised on. This has lead to so several amusing sequential numbers, such as 01/23/45; because January 23, 1945 was a banner date in history. Walmart is no stranger to this quirk of calendrical accuracy, and since the world’s largest retailer is never one to pass up on any excuse for a sale, there will be a new set of deals this weekend!

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In celebration of 12/13/14, the last such sequential number for the rest of the 21st century, Walmart is offering up several sales for those of you who have some free time this Saturday should swing on by. Hundreds of items are on sale from Saturday until Christmas day while supplies last.

From Saturday until December 20, Wally World will be offering PS4 systems for $399 which sounds about what you’d normally pay, except they’re also offering a $50 Walmart gift card that can definitely net you at least one major AAA title.

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But maybe you prefer to go against the grain and hang back to ‘wait and see’ how this next generation of consoles is going to turn out. If that’s the case, Walmart is also offering Xbox 360 5 GB consoles for $179 with a $50 Walmart gift card, which can easily net you several games for the last generation console. Is the slight boost in graphics really that noticeable? The offer is good until December 20.

Also available until Christmas, assorted games for both Xbox One and PS4 have had their prices reduced to $39.96. What can you find? Head to your Walmart store to find out.

We won’t see a deal like this until next century. So I guess we won’t see it at all.

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