The best Toys R Us Black Friday deals 2016

Toys R Us Black Friday deals give you the best prices PS4, Xbox One, Barbie and Transformers

Update: The best Black Friday deals at Toys R Us are underway, with all of the 2016 sales on PS4, Xbox One, bikes and train sets available right  now.

Toys R Us Black Friday deals in 2016 are skewing more tech than ever, and that's a really good thing if you want the latest and greatest toy discounts.

You're going to find Black Friday Toys R Us deals on Skylanders, Nerf and Pokemon, which has made a comeback this year.

There are always tried-and-true LEGOs. They're the more advanced – for a new generation – that you wish you had as a kid and kind of secretly want to get back into if both LEGOs and your life weren't such a mess.

Toys R us is where you'll be able to find cheap prices on bikes, Power Wheels and backyard trampolines and swing sets. Yes, all of those are still things that kids do in 2016.

Good news and bad news: there are too many Toys R Us Black Friday deals right now. That's why we went through the Toys R Us Black Friday ad and pulled out all of the best deals on sale right now. Here's what we've found so far.

Warning: Toys R Us has deep discounts every year, but sells out quickly. Be sure to grab your deal and checkout while it's still in stock.

The best Toys R Us Black Friday deals

PS4 Uncharted 4 bundle: Save $50 on Nathan Drake's latest adventure, which is only available on the PlayStation 4and costs just $249.99 at Toys R Us

PS4 1TB console: Although it doesn't come with a game in tow, this PS4 system has double the internal storage for $399 at Toys R Us

Disney Infinity Starter Kits: Into Marvel and Disney toys being transported to your television and into a game? It's priced at just $9.99 at Toys R Us

Pokemon Sun: This is the hottest Nintendo 3DS game you can get and it's retailing for $39.99 at Toys R Us

Pokemon Moon: Not surprisingly, the next best selling Nintendo 3DS game is Sun's counterpart, and it too is $39.99 at Toys R Us

LEGO Dimensions Game: There are starter packs for Xbox One, Wii U, PS4, Xbox 360 and PS3, down from $89.99 and starting at $39.99 and $29.99

Overwatch Origins Edition is on sale, when it used to cost $59.99, and is now just $34.99 on PS4 and $34.99 on Xbox One

Star Wars Yoda figure: Here'a a 16-inch tall Yoda figure that stands upright and takes batteries for the posable lightsaber, was $99.99, now $29.99 at Toys R Us 

Thomas & Friends: Take-n-Play Thomas' Favorite Friends is a complete set of 10 die-cast metal vehicles that was $34.99 and is now just $14.99

80+ piece train set: If an Imaginarium Piece Mega Train World was part of your childhood, you can return the favor today – was $39.99, now $19.99

Fisher Price Medical Kit: Let the kids in your life play doctors with this Black Friday Toys R Us deal that's down to $6.49

22-inch Transformer toy: Fortress Maximus is one of the most highly detailed and posable Transformer Generations action figures at just $149

Transformers – 2-in-1 deal: There's no denying this two-for-one deal of Optimus Prime and Aerobolt, which is on sale for $44.99

Transformers – 6-pack: You can save on the Transformers Generations Combiner Wars Superion Collection Pack for just $99.99

Transformers costume: When it's not enough to buy you child Transformers toys, and dress yourself up as Optimus Prime for only $89.99

Barbie Doll & Furniture Giftset: Mattel's iconic doll and her accessories are no longer $50, because this sale has it for just $24.99

Barbie Jet: This Barbie Pink Passport Glamour Vacation Jet is as pink and as ridiculously big as it sounds, but dropped down to $99

Better than Power Wheels: There are three different 6 Volt Powered Ride Ons, including a Mini Cooper and BMW X5 – was $199 and now $99


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