Who the ferk are all these people bi*ching about the thread? If you don't like it GTFO because if you go to the MK8 thread you'll see this isn't the first time this is mentioned + done.
@nintendokingdom Don't let these people stop you from bringing deals to light. Even if they're already known but don't have a dedicated thread.
It's technically a deal considering you'd be getting the "free" games for about $4.
So please, stop with the over reaction.
If you have Gamers Club Unlocked and use it on this, I would give you a 90% chance of being banned. You are only allowed 3 copies of a game per year and I believe trade ins count towards this number as well.
You need to buy 4+ of the same title to be banned, across all platforms, x2 360 x1 Xbox one + x1 ps3 = banned. Trade ins don't count toward this number, you can trade in 3 copies of the same game per platform, x3 wii x3 360 x3 ps3 and you'll be fine. Your "90%" should apply to a careless GCU member who doesn't know their purchase history.
Sorry for the question but does BestBuy include the original case + manual or is it more up to random draw on any specific game? There's a few oldies on PS3 I could easily indulge in but I really hate not having a manual for a game so it's kind of scaring me away from this deal.
I guess the older the game the more likely a chance it won't have a manual if I think about it. Anyone with experience ordering used games from best buy care to chime in?
They're usually random. They have a generic case. Sometimes they do have the original case, no manual. Other times, they're complete.
I dont know why people keep using the "hold request" if it never works. Most of the times the ememployees dont know the prices until you are smart enough to make them check it for you. If you know they have them just ho and buy it. They had that games for a long time and I dont see why they Will sell it before you get there. Think people think!.
I know, requesting a hold just alerts the staff to gut the extras before you get there, or to just buy it themselves.
They know days in advance. I work for shitstop (Finally landed a job at Geek Squad, now I get paid what an assistant manager would get at Gamestop.) and you get a notification days earlier letting you know what items that your store has in stock that will be converted. A hold request is SUPPOSED to be fulfilled if the item is actually there. So either way, the only way to actually snag these is if the employees are lazy and don't check the notifications, or if they don't need them.
Has anyone received a PS4 with this description and it have the BLOD? Doesn't sound like it, but it also doesn't sound like a dinger and I know Amazon likes to put BLODs back in the system.
"Downloadable content (DLC) or codes for online play may require additional purchase. Item has been tested to be fully functional. Item will come repackaged. Small (less than 1/4" x 1/4") cosmetic imperfection on front of item. Small (less than 1/4" x 1/4") cosmetic imperfection on top of item. Small (less than 1/4" x 1/4") cosmetic imperfection on the sides of item. Small (less than 1/4" x 1/4") cosmetic imperfection on back of item. All accessories are present and undamaged."
IIRC Some people have reported BLOD even if it says "Tested to be fully functional."
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