Rockstar’s western opus, Red Dead Redemption is promising to be one of the hottest games of the Spring for the PS3 and Xbox 360. If you can’t wait for the stores to open tomorrow, there are a few places that open tonight at midnight so that gamers can jump into the Wild West as quick as possible. Of course, being first doesn’t necessarily mean you get the best deal either so we are going to list your options for getting the game the cheapest as well.
GameStop literally has a couple of dozen stores across the Atlanta area and many more across the United States opening at 12:01 AM EST tonight. Check here to find the GameStop closest to you that will be open at midnight. Pre-order your copy online now for the PS3 or Xbox 360 online now and you’ll get a coupon for $10 off a future order. Note that this deal is online only.
Best Buy will also have select stores across the USA opening at midnight tonight. Unfortunately, none of those stores are in the Atlanta area. The only store in Georgia opening at midnight is in Savannah. You can find the full list of Best Buy stores opening at midnight here. The good news is that pre-ordering the game at Best Buy gives you a free War Horse download to use in-game. Order online and have it shipped or pick the game up in-store. In-store purchasers get 500 RewardZone Points ($10 value).
Toys R Us is offering the biggest gift card along with the purchase of Red Dead Redemption but it is time limited. If you can show up at the store between the hours of 10AM and 2PM on Tuesday then you’ll get a $25 Gift Card. You’ll need to sign up to be a Rewards R Us member to take part in the deal.
K-Mart shoppers will also have an opportunity to get a deal with the game. They are offering a $15 Gift Card with the purchase of Red Dead Redemption all week long after the game releases on Tuesday.
A couple of stores are offering coupons or gift cards if you pre-order Red Dead Redemption before it releases tomorrow.
- Amazon – $20 Gift Card + Free Shipping
- Wal-Mart – $20 Gift Card + Free Shipping
If you’re not interested in dealing with gift cards or coupons, Fry’s Electronics has the game for $49.99.
If you’re interested in finding out about more gaming deals keep an eye on our weekly deals round-up.
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