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    Toys R Us has announced a slate of discounts and deals for this year's Black Friday. Brick and mortar locations are opening Thanksgiving night to get the ball rolling early, with the deals also available online, unless noted otherwise. Read on to see what you'll find!

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    Toys R Us has announced a Black Friday slate of discounts and deals for kids of all ages, with most stores actually opening Thanksgiving night to get the ball rolling early. If you're not able to rouse yourself from your post-feast slumber, fret not, as most deals will also be available online. Read on to see what you'll find!

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    • 8GB iPod Touch with $50 Toys R Us Gift Card (White) — $199.99 (in store only)
    • 8GB iPod Touch with $50 Toys R Us Gift Card (Black) — $199.99 (in store only)
    • 32GB iPod Touch with $50 Toys R Us Gift Card (Black) — $299.99 (in story only)

    Most locations will be opening at 9pm on Thursday night, with the sale running through Saturday — but you might want to check the hours of your local store before heading out into the holiday rush. You can also peruse the complete Black Friday fliers to see if there's any other deals that grab your attention.

    Toys R Us will also be offering a whole Cyber Week's worth of additional online-only bargains starting this Sunday at ToysRUs.com.

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    • Red Nintendo 3DS Super Mario Bundle with Mario 3D Land and Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure$199.99
    • 4GB Xbox 360 and Kinect Bundle with Free Game, Controller, or Headset — $299.99
    • Select video game titles — Buy one, get 60 percent off another

    We'll keep you updated as news on more deals becomes available!

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