GameStop joining other retail giants in making Black Friday deals available earlierWhile shoppers will still be able to shop on Wednesday and Friday, Black Friday deals will be available online and through their newly-updated GameStop mobile app. It is not currently certain when the company will start rolling out their Black Friday deals. However, a recent press release does state that their biggest deals of the season will be available “earlier than ever before.” But as of now, there’s nothing signifying that those deals are now available. These deals could start at any time. GameStop’s messaging is in line with what other retailers are saying. Best Buy’s Black Friday deals are ongoing. Target is confirming that their deals will begin on November 1. Recent television campaigns state that Walmart’s Black Friday deals will begin on November 4. With Gamestop hosting more pre-Black Friday sales than usual leading to Thanksgiving weekend, it’s likely to see these deals during the month of November, if not in effect by the end of this month.
Shoppers will have options for delivery and pickupWhile shoppers can use the Ship from Store option, there are additional options to consider. Other options include ordering online for in-store pickup and in some markets, same-day delivery. Be sure to check for availability if you’re ordering online with the intent to pick up at your local store. Also, be sure to check if there’s a delivery option available in your area. You may have to make the trip to your store if delivery isn’t an option.
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