Early GameStop Black Friday deals include up to 50% off popular games, 25% off Funko toys, and more

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The GameStop Black Friday countdown sale is already underway with discounts on more than a dozen games, and special offers on Funko Pop! dolls, apparel, and other merchandise. More early deals are set to launch on November 22, and the retailer's full Black Friday sale will kick off on November 25.

Below, we've rounded up some of the best GameStop deals you can snag right now. We'll update this page as more early discounts are announced.

The best early Black Friday GameStop deals

GameStop's early Black Friday sale includes up to 50% off select video games. In addition to discounts on some of this year's most popular titles, all Funko Pop! Vinyl dolls priced under $15 are being discounted by 25%, and all board games are 25% off too. Video game related holiday decorations are available for 40%, and advent calendars are 20% off.

During the countdown sale, GameStop is also offering a "buy one get one free" deal on all apparel, and 20% off branded merchandise from "Star Wars," Marvel, "Fortnite," and "Minecraft."

GameStop's current set of early Black Friday deals are guaranteed until November 22, when even more games and accessories will go on sale. GameStop's early Black Friday countdown prices will remain in place until the official Black Friday sale starts on November 25.

When does GameStop's full Black Friday sale start?

GameStop's full Black Friday sale will start online at 9 p.m. ET on November 25. GameStop stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day but will re-open at 7 a.m. on November 27, with the Black Friday sale running through November 29.

GameStop also offered Cyber Monday sales last year, but nothing has been announced for Cyber Monday 2020 so far.

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