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Last Chance To Get 25% Off PS4, Switch, And Xbox One Games At Target

You might not even have to get out of your car.

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The gift-giving season is almost over, but if Santa missed anything from your list, you may be able to grab it at a significant discount. Target is offering 25% off select PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch games this week through Saturday.

The deal comes from its weekly ad and applies to select games if you use the store's online order pickup option. That means ordering through Target.com and then picking your game up through customer service once it's ready.

The order pickup deal includes titles like Madden NFL 20, FIFA 20, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Nascar Heat 4, NBA 2K20 Switch, and Just Dance 2020. You'll also find Borderlands 3, Super Mario Maker 2, The Outer Worlds, and more games included in the promotion.

Notably, some of those games are actually already on sale at Target for even bigger discounts--particularly the sports games--so you'll want to factor in the additional 25% off on top of any existing discount. If you want to pick up Madden, FIFA, or NBA 2K, it's better to jump on them now instead of later.

This is similar to a deal the retailer offered over the summer, which gave the discounted chunk for online pickup. The move seems aimed at getting users to sample its online pickup option, which some stores are also supporting with dedicated parking spaces so you don't even have to get out of your car.

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