Posted on November 13, 2012 AT 12:01pm
Do you enjoy comfortable, stylish, yet affordably-priced apparel? If so, then shopping at Old Navy on Black Friday could net you a free copy of the hottest Wii U launch title!
Yes, this is a real promotion—and no, I don’t still fully believe it. However, according to Old Navy’s official website, if you shop at their stores on Black Friday and spend at least $40, you’ll be able to snag yourself a free copy of New Super Mario Bros. U. Yes, free and in free.
Here’ the fine print on the deal:
Prior to Old Navy store opening on Friday November 23 in the U.S. (including Puerto Rico), customers will form a line outside the store and a store associate(s) will pass out one wristband per person aged 16 or older, starting with the front of the line while supplies last. There are an extremely limited amount of available wristbands per store which will be distributed on a first come first served basis and Old Navy can not guarantee that all customers in line will receive a wristband. Subject to availability, wristbands are good for one New Super Mario Bros. U video game with a qualifying purchase of $40 or more, and must be surrendered after purchase. GiftCards, packaging, taxes and prior purchases do not qualify toward the minimum purchase requirement. May not be returned or exchanged. Limit one New Super Mario Bros. U video game per person, family or household. Store hours may vary by location. Select Outlet stores open at 10pm Thurs, 11/22 for giveaway. Check your local store for details. No rainchecks. Nintendo properties are trademarks of Nintendo. © 2012 Nintendo.
So, hey—if you know somebody who was already thinking of going to line up to get into Old Navy during the madness of the early hours of Black Friday, then tell them to snag you a free copy of Mario’s HD debut!
Source: Old Navy
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