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Dominate gift giving with these 5 Black Friday deals on Lego

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Lego always makes a great gift for kids and kids at heart for the holidays. As such, we’ve hunted down a few Black Friday deals on Lego for you to dominate the gift-giving game.

SEE ALSO: Target is offering 30% off select LEGO sets for Black Friday

Star Wars Millennium Falcon

Chances are you love Star Wars as much as we do. So, why not go with the classic Millennium Falcon set? This set features Lego figures of the main crew of The Force Awakens, and is a perfect prop to bring along for your Last Jedi premiere party. Target is shaving $33 off from this $150 set for  Black Friday. Read more…

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Oculus Rift bundle discounted to $379 until December 20th

After permanently slashing the Rift and Touch combo price to $399/£399, Oculus is at it again. With Christmas fast approaching, the VR headset bundle is now the cheapest it's been since Black Friday, at $379/£369. (Heads up that Amazon UK is still honoring the £349 Black Friday price for now, though.) The price cut means the device is fast approaching the more affordable Windows Mixed Reality gear on the market. But, the limited time deal is only up until 11.59PM (PT) on December 20th, so you'll have to be quick. You can grab the kit online via Oculus' website and in select stores, including Best Buy, Amazon, and Newegg.

With new games and apps making it onto the Oculus Store everyday, you won't be at a loss for entertainment come Christmas. Aside from the fresh beta release of the Rift Core 2.0 VR interface, Arktika.1 brought some motion-controlled action (from the makers of the Metro series) to the device in October. A companion experience for Pixar's latest smash, Coco, also arrived around the same time. And, you'd be silly to miss out on rhythmic shooter Rez Infinite, which we found to be a transcendental VR journey.

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