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Buy two video games, get one free at Target (Update: Expired)

There are over 600 titles in the deal, including hot new games like Jedi: Fallen Order and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

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Jedi: Fallen Order is one of over 600 titles that are part of Target's buy-two-get-one free deal. 

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It's the weekend -- the perfect time to settle down with a videogame and spend a few hours playing virtual sports ball, fighting terrorists or racing through the streets of Fake Chicago. No matter where your gaming interests lie, I've got a deal for you. This weekend, Target is running a buy-two-get-one video game deal on a huge inventory of titles.

The sale includes PS4, Xbox One, PSVR, Switch, Wii U and PC games, and there are hot new games such as Call of Duty: Modern WarfareMadden NFL 20, Jedi: Fallen Order, Death Stranding and many more -- in fact, there are over 600 games in total. The selection is better for PS4 and Xbox than the others, but you'll still find plenty of options whatever your system.

So if you've been holding off on grabbing a couple of new games, now is your moment, since you can get three for the price of two. See you in the Borderlands

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