Xbox 360 Weekly Deals for February 27th, 2012

As the new release schedule starts to pick up with SSX hitting the shelves this week, we also see an increase in the deals available.

Amazon has SoulCalibur V for $39.99; 12 months of Xbox Live for $35.99; and and Kinect sensors for $99.99 in this weekly deals section. There is a clearance on select titles this week. Pre-order bonus offers on Spec Ops: The Line, Borderlands 2, and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 with $10 pre-order credits.

Best Buy makes up for the lack of advertised specials last week with a huge selection of reduced titles this week. Choose from these selected titles at $49.99: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Final Fantasy XIII-2, The Darkness II, Rocksmith, or Disneyland Adventures. Pick from these selected titles at $39.99: SoulCalibur V, NBA 2K12, Saints Row: The Third, WWE '12, or Gears of War 3. These selected titles are $29.99: Disney Universe, Just Dance 3, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Dead Island, or Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine. And finally, these selected titles are $19.99: LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean, Cars 2, LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7, Red Faction: Armageddon, or Homefront.

GameStop has Red Dead Redemption Game of the Year for $29.99. Prices valid through February 28th, 2012.

Kmart has an Xbox 360 4GB Kinect bundle for $299.99 and get Zumba Fitness: Rush for free when purchased in the same transaction. Remember: gaming coupons are only given to those who have signed up for a Shop Your Way Rewards account.

Target has an Xbox 360 4GB console with $25 gift card for $179.99.

Toys R Us is giving a $25 gift card with the purchase of an Xbox 360 4GB console. Get a Kinect sensor for $99.99.

Walmart has rolledback the price on selected top-games by $20. You can also get selected titles 2 for $30 on-line only. Buy 12-months of Xbox Live and a 1600 MSP card and save $25.

All prices were valid at the time of writing. Please refer to the retailer website for final pricing in the event of typographical errors. All prices provided are valid until March 3rd, 2012 unless otherwise noted.

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As the new release schedule starts to pick up with SSX hitting the shelves this week, we also see an increase in the deals available.

Amazon has SoulCalibur V for $39.99; 12 months of Xbox Live for $35.99; and and Kinect sensors for $99.99 in this weekly deals section. There is a clearance on select titles this week. Pre-order bonus offers on Spec Ops: The Line, Borderlands 2, and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 with $10 pre-order credits.

Best Buy makes up for the lack of advertised specials last week with a huge selection of reduced titles this week. Choose from these selected titles at $49.99: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Final Fantasy XIII-2, The Darkness II, Rocksmith, or Disneyland Adventures. Pick from these selected titles at $39.99: SoulCalibur V, NBA 2K12, Saints Row: The Third, WWE '12, or Gears of War 3. These selected titles are $29.99: Disney Universe, Just Dance 3, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Dead Island, or Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine. And finally, these selected titles are $19.99: LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean, Cars 2, LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7, Red Faction: Armageddon, or Homefront.

GameStop has Red Dead Redemption Game of the Year for $29.99. Prices valid through February 28th, 2012.

Kmart has an Xbox 360 4GB Kinect bundle for $299.99 and get Zumba Fitness: Rush for free when purchased in the same transaction. Remember: gaming coupons are only given to those who have signed up for a Shop Your Way Rewards account.

Target has an Xbox 360 4GB console with $25 gift card for $179.99.

Toys R Us is giving a $25 gift card with the purchase of an Xbox 360 4GB console. Get a Kinect sensor for $99.99.

Walmart has rolledback the price on selected top-games by $20. You can also get selected titles 2 for $30 on-line only. Buy 12-months of Xbox Live and a 1600 MSP card and save $25.

All prices were valid at the time of writing. Please refer to the retailer website for final pricing in the event of typographical errors. All prices provided are valid until March 3rd, 2012 unless otherwise noted.