Some of us will be quietly digesting our Thanksgiving feasts come Thursday evening, and starting in on leftovers Friday morning, but for those of you that are into the chaos and excitement of Black Friday shopping, we’ve got some deals for you.

Kicking things off, Nintendo is releasing a special Wii U bundle in which you can get both Super Smash Bros. and Splatoon with your brand new 32GB Wii U, and the whole thing only costs $249.

The idea here is to give you a general idea of what you’ll find if you choose to go out on Black Friday. Hit the jump to see what we’ve found for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

PlayStation 4

If you’ve been holding off on buying a PlayStation 4 for Street Fighter 5, now may be the time to act. VG 24/7 has hunted down the best PS4 deals, and directs us to Best Buy, who will be offering discounted rates on PS4 bundles.

When it’s all said and done, you’re going to be getting about a $50 discount, paying about $300 for a 500GB PS4 and a game.

If you’re not the biggest Best Buy fan for whatever reason, GameSpot informs us that you’ll find about the exact same deal at Target, GameStop, Walmart and Toys R Us.

As far as games go, you’re going to be seeing newer titles for about $35, and older ones down around $15. You’ll be able to grab the Mortal Kombat X: Limited Edition at GameStop for just $50, (normally $100.)

Xbox One

For Xbox One deals, we head over to Polygon, as they’ve snooped out the details on Microsoft’s console. Things look fairly similar, as you can grab a brand new system along with a game for about $300 on Black Friday.

Best Buy seems to really be pushing their Xbox Ones with a couple big deals. The biggest of these is a 40-inch Samsung LED HDTV plus an Xbox One bundle for $500.

When it comes to games, newer releases such as Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain will set you back about $35 across the board. Target and Walmart will have MKX for just $25.

If you know of any Black Friday deals that you’d care to share, please link them up in the comments with the source you found them at. EventHubs would like to wish a Happy Thanksgiving to all who observe it.

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