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Posted by YoshiFan1 on 27 May 2014 - 03:22 AM
Sorry if this was already posted, now we know how NextWorth is going to try to get back their losses for the trade in values:
Posted by YoshiFan1 on 20 May 2014 - 01:04 AM
Bait and Switch happened to me at Best Buy a few years ago. They had some laptop on sale for $399.99 in the weekly ad. It was a good deal at the time for the specs it had.
When I went to the store to try to buy it, they didn't have a display of it out or any available to purchase out and when I asked an employee about I was told they don't have them out on the sales floor and are in the back and I didn't want it anyway because it wasn't a good computer and he then started to walk over to the $599+ laptops to show me. I walked right out and went to Costco instead.
Posted by YoshiFan1 on 22 April 2014 - 08:43 PM
How long did it last? What games did you score?
The game that was tagged for $59.99 and scanned for $0.97 was Full Auto 2 for PS3. Some others I remember were Guitar Hero 3 Bundles for XBox 360 for $5, a lot of GBA, Gamecube and original XBox games for $0.25 - $0.97 (not anything like 1st party Nintendo games at that price though), PSP games like Hot Shots Golf for $2.97, Zelda Twilight Princess for Gamecube for $9.97, Gamecube and PS2 systems for $19.97 and many I just can't think of right now. I remember really building up my original XBox game collection from the clearances and it seemed like practically every month there was at least a few games that were at amazing prices, sometimes a lot more.
I would say Sears clearance was really good from 2003/2004 to maybe 2010 or 2011 when they stopped lowering prices as often. There was also a lot less "competition" back then too.
I caught the tail end of the Sears clearance glory days (which is what first led me to CAG when I just lurked). It was always a thrill to bring your scan sheet on those Fridays for the drops, or just randomly pick up a stack and head on over to the self scanners (when they had decently sized dump bins).
I remember picking up a few games for a quarter each, and the sales rep asked me if I wanted to tack on the warranty for another $0.02.
I remember being asked about the warranty on the cheap games too. For one game that was $1.97 the worker said for $0.15 I can get the warranty and then if the game breaks I can get a $1.97 giftcard. I'd throw the game out if it broke before going to the trouble to file a warranty claim for under $2.