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    Don't believe his lies. KyleForMe's Avatar
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    360 for $279.99 at BB

    Im not planning on buying a 360 anytime soon, but on another site someone was kind enough to share the BestBuy ad that will post this sunday (10/28)
    Below is a link to the page that shows a $279.99 price for 360 arcade edition.

    http://forums.slickdeals.net/showthr...hreadid=639364
    This seems like a good deal to me.

    click on "Best Buy 10-28 pp 1, 2, 3.pdf (718.8 KB, 894 views)"
    Then scroll down.

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    well it seems too good to be true, but its about time its gone down to a reasonable price considering all the problems it has..

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    Here is the actual Best Buy link.
    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....=1186006196578

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    pretty cool, except for NO HARD DRIVE..but i like the arcade games i guess, its a good starter 360

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay588
    pretty cool, except for NO HARD DRIVE..but i like the arcade games i guess, its a good starter 360
    Yeah, the lack of a hard drive is a real killer for me.

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    Can you add an HD later? I know that I could just google, but then you 360 buffs dont get to flex your ego's
    If you can add one later, then this seems like a killer new option. (yes I know about core system) I'm looking into both 360 and PS3 for GTA4 in the spring, and for me, a stripped down system will be enough. Besides my xbox 1's got a 100gig and all the media/systems i need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleForMe
    Can you add an HD later?
    You can add one later, but they are rediculously expensive for what you get.

    $90 for a 20GB drive or around $170 for a 120GB drive. And no, you can't just use any old random hard drive you may have laying around unfortunately.

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    Yeah, non packaged hard-drives are extremely salty, however picking up a dead 360 drive off eBay and adding your own 2.5" (laptop) SATA laptop drive would be my choice. Even if you can't find a dead one, people are buying the 120GB replacements all the time and selling there smaller 20GB for much less than new. Personally I would want a dead drive and simply pull out the original and replace it with my choice of hardware along with saving a few bucks too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisKhaos
    Yeah, non packaged hard-drives are extremely salty, however picking up a dead 360 drive off eBay and adding your own 2.5" (laptop) SATA laptop drive would be my choice. Even if you can't find a dead one, people are buying the 120GB replacements all the time and selling there smaller 20GB for much less than new. Personally I would want a dead drive and simply pull out the original and replace it with my choice of hardware along with saving a few bucks too.
    That's an interesting idea, nice post!

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    Why not buy the pro then?
    It's all around just better than the Arcade.
    I see no point in the Arcade edition.

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