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Target’s first Black Friday sale features Marvel’s Avengers, Star Wars Squadrons

Target is kicking off its first week of Black Friday deals with a sale that includes some of 2020’s biggest video games. The highlights include Marvel’s Avengers, Madden NFL 21, and Star Wars Squadrons.

The sale is split up into a few different price tiers, starting at $30 and going as low as $10. Marvel’s Avengers, Madden NFL 21, FIFA 21, and UFC 4 are all available for $30. Players can grab a three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at that same price.

Star Wars Squadrons and Final Fantasy VII Remake headline the $25 sales. A few 2019 hits like Control and Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order are $25 as well, while Nintendo Switch owners can pick up The Wonderful 101: Remastered for the same price of $25.

For $15, Xbox One owners can grab 2020 highlights Minecraft Dungeons and Ori and the Will of the Wisps. Mortal Kombat 11, which just added Rambo as a playable character, is $15 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.

Gears 5 and Kingdom Hearts 3 are down to $10, as is 2020’s Battletoads and a handful of Lego games.

Outside of video game deals, players can grab the Turtle Beach Stealth 300 headset for $40, which is a 50% price cut. A SteelSeries all-in-one gaming bundle that includes a keyboard, headset, and mouse is $100, a 30% discount.

Players who want to take advantage of the sale need to act fast as this set of deals ends Saturday, November 7. The two hardware deals will stay around one day longer, ending on Sunday, November 8. Target will roll out new deals every week and will price match products through December 25.

Looking for more? Check out the best Black Friday Target deals we found.

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