Kmart features major discounts in the gaming section as video games are expected to be one the biggest selling items on Black Friday this year.
The retailer will open its doors at 5 a.m. and will offer the Sony PlayStation 3 holiday bundle for $199.99. The Microsoft Xbox 360 4 GB Console with built-in Wi-Fi will be on sale for $149.99.
Kmart will also offer discounts on the some of the hottest new game titles on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, such as "Fifa Soccer 2012," "Madden NFL 2012," and "NCAA Football 12" that will retail at $39.99 each. "Battlefield 3" will retail at $34.99.
Nintendo Wii lovers will not be left out as Kmart will sell "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" for $9.99 and "Michael Jackson: The Experience" for $24.99.
Many other retailers have recently announced huge video game sales to keep up with their competition.
Video game giant GameStop will offer the PlayStation 3 320 GB console with "Sports Champions" and PlayStation Move for $349.99. The PlayStation 3 320 GB console with "Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception" and 30-days of PlayStation Plus will be priced at $299.99.
For the Nintendo Wii, GameStop will sell the Wii console with the "Super Mario Bros." The Wii console bundle retails at $149.99.
Not to be outdone, Walmart will offer the Xbox 360 4 GB console along with "Gears of War 3," a 3-Month Xbox Live Card and a $50 Walmart eGift Card for $199.99. They are also taking $50 off the Xbox 360 Kinect Bundle with "Kinect Adventures," "The Gunstringer," and "Fruit Ninja Kinect."
Best Buy is selling 250 GB Xbox with Kinect and a $100 gift card for $399. The standard price for the 250 GB Xbox is $399. However, with the $100 gift card, gamers are able to get more Xbox games and accessories for the new unit.
At Radio Shack, the PlayStation 3 Holiday Bundle with "LittleBigPlanet 2" and "Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One" will sell for $199.99. The Xbox 360 4 GB with Kinect Sensor will also go for $199.99.
Holiday retail sales are expected to rise 3 percent and 212 million people are projected to go shopping on Black Friday, spending around $39 billion, according to Shopper Trak.