Target Is Selling Fallout 4 And Star Wars: Battlefront For Decent Prices Online, Again

If you haven’t picked up one of this season’s major releases yet, or just want something at a decent price to stick in the PS4/Xbox One stocking for Christmas, Target are doing their hardest to convince you that they really still like selling games.

This sale’s directly through Target’s online store for a change, as opposed to their eBay store (which has done some stellar offerings as of late).

Some of the prices are still available for the same amount through their eBay store, incidentally, although I know some prefer to deal directly with a retailer instead of going through eBay as an intermediary. I’ll pop the eBay link at the bottom, but for now let’s stick to the main website.

Oh look, Fallout 4’s going for cheap again. That’s not the only game though. All of the platforms are hyperlinked for each game, so just click on PS4/XB1 and it’ll take you to the direct link. Everything is in stock at the time of writing too, but keep in mind availability can vanish very quickly.

Keep in mind this isn’t everything on offer either, although what I haven’t included here is generally because it’s selling at a standard price and therefore not worth your time.

Fallout 4 (PS4 and Xbox One, $64)

After JB upped the price of Fallout 4 from their $59 crazy sales to a far less enticing $79, this is the best deal you can get.

Star Wars: Battlefront (PS4, XB1, $64)
Rise of the Tomb Raider (XB1, $69)
Shovel Knight (PS4, $37)

Mark tells me nobody cares about Shovel Knight. Prove him wrong and buy the above; it’s the best deal on offer (especially when you consider the content on offer in the expansion that came out recently).

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 (PC, PS4, XB1, $69)
Just Dance 2016 (PS4, XB1, $54)
Dishonored Definitive Edition (XB1, $39)

Real value pick-up if you’re after some cheap discs for the XB1. Strong recommend if you haven’t played it yet too. The PS3/360 versions are $10 cheaper if that’s your thing as well.

Project CARS (XB1, $59)

Good pick for the motorheads; shame the PS4 version isn’t on offer.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection (XB1, $39)
Assassin’s Creed: Unity (XB1, $29)
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (XB1, $44)

It’s the Xbox One 2014 Catalogue That’s Worth Buying in 2015. PS4 users might be able to pick up Driveclub or the Far Cry 4 Limited Edition ($29, $32 respectively) as well, but they’re only available in-store according to the information on Target’s website.

All of the above deals are available through their eBay store as well in case their online site runs out of stock (although it’s highly likely that stock for both pages are linked). The eBay store has some items that you can’t find normally though, including various Skylanders, Disney: Infinity 3.0 and LEGO Dimensions packs, as well as a string of Amiibo figurines if you feel like burning your money that way.

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