Toys R Us Black Friday 2014 Ad Includes LittleBigPlanet 3 PS4 Bundle

November 14, 2014 Written by Jason Dunning

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While not offering the same amount of individual deals as Target, Best Buy, or Walmart, Toys R Us will have a new family-friendly PlayStation 4 bundle available on Black Friday, along with a Buy 1, get 1 40% off sale on all games $19.99 – $59.99.

With their Black Friday sales starting at 5pm on Thursday, November 27 (unless otherwise stated), here’s what you can expect at Toys R Us:

Systems

  • PlayStation 4 with Grand Theft Auto V and The Last of Us Remastered (digital) – $399 (in-store)
  • PlayStation 4 with LEGO Batman 3 and LittleBigPlanet 3 – $399 (in-store)
  • Xbox One with digital copies of Assassin’s Creed Unity and Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag – $329
  • Xbox One With Kinect – $429.99
  • Wii U Skylanders SWAP Force Bundle – $199.99
  • Nintendo 3DS XL Mario Party Island Tour Bundle – $179.99 (in-store)
  • Flashback Consoles (Intellivision, Colecovision, Sega or Atari) – $29.99

Games

  • Buy 1, get 1 40% off on all video games regularly $19.99 – $59.99 (excludes starter packs; in-store)
  • Buy 1, get 1 for $2 on all R Superbuy games regularly $14.99 – $19.99 (in-store)

Skylanders and Disney Infinity (In-Store Only)

  • Disney Infinity Starter Packs (All Systems) – $39.99 – $54.99 (Thursday 5pm – 9pm only)
  • All Disney Infinity 2.0 Figures Buy 1, get 1 70% off (Thursday 5pm – 9pm only)
  • All Disney Infinity 2.0 Figures, Playsets, Accessories Buy 1, get 1 40% off (Friday 7am)
  • Skylanders Trap Team Starter Pack (All Systems) – $37.50 (Thursday 5pm – 9pm only)
  • Skylanders Trap Team Starter Pack (All Systems) – $49.99 (Friday 7am)
  • Buy 1, get 1 70% off on all Skylanders Trap Team Figures and Traps (Thursday 5pm – 9pm only)
  • Buy 1, get 1 40% off on all Skylanders Trap Team Figures and Traps (Friday 7am)
  • 4 for $10 on all Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure single figures
  • Buy 1, get 1 70% off on all Skylanders Giants single figures

How do you think Toys R Us compares to some of the other retailers?

[Source: BFAds via Cheap Ass Gamer]