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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by wiiness, Jan 18, 2007.
thats the link.
doesnt say anything about nintendo in the small print. as long as you buy it in stores you should be good.
that'd be awesome. $210 for a wii.
I had one but i sold it after i got bored with zelda (not for profit, just retail price). tried getting an xbox 360 through craigslist for $300, and it was broken. so i got ripped off and couldn't get my money back. took it to ebgames, told them it was broken, and they gave me $50 to take it off my hands. so i lost $250.
uhg, that sucks man. that's why you shouldn't buy really expensive things off craigslist. there's a reason hookers and drug dealers use that site too. i'm sure you've realized this now, but anything on craigslist you should always make sure it works before the guy takes off. better yet, for anything electronic go with ebay as there is at least some creditibility the sellers have to uphold.
hey, if you still have the guys email though you could sign him up for a ton of spam and porn emails though :devil:
That coupon is no longer valid. Circuit city wants to make sure that no one shows up Sunday morning in lines with that coupon. They would have lost a ton of money!!
That's really crappy of them. I bet a lot of people would have used that extra $$ to buy a game or accessory.. putting them up on each sale anyway.
I don't think Circuit City will be getting any more of my business.
Yea, I was at CC the other day and asked about the coupon and brought it with me, the lady was trying so hard to say it can't be used but there was nothing that said otherwise. She had told me that in the past the coupons could not be used for console systems. Target it is.
does ebgames price match?
I'm sure ebgames does price match but I'm guessing it can't be compared to final sale offers and coupons like most other retailers.
Which means, for example, prices from advertisements for stores who are going out of business cannot be matched.
does that answer your question??
Maybe it was a publicity stunt.