These are all going to be sold by third-parties, right?
If that was the case, Newegg or Buy/Rakuten might be behind the gaming deals.
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Posted by LouieT on 20 November 2014 - 09:04 AM
Is holding onto the $30 off coupon until you can pm it for less gonna be a thing or does it also expire the end of this week?
For anyone that has done this, when does the coupon expire?
Edit: Also, does it restrict the version? If I trade in a PS3 version, can I use the coupon for the XB1 version? Or only PS4?
The coupon is valid until this Saturday.
If I remember right, coupon said "PS4 or Xbox One version". You won't be stuck with a PS4-only coupon if you trade in a PS3 version.
Posted by LouieT on 12 October 2014 - 06:15 AM
Posted by LouieT on 19 December 2013 - 01:11 AM
Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus is certainly more scaled down than Crack in Time, It is kinda halfway between a full fledged game and one of those standalone DLCs like Infamous: Festival of Blood and Far Cry: Blood Dragon. Great pick-up for $15-20 (especially if you don't have Quest for Booty), but the original $40 asking price was definitely pushing it.
Funny you mention that price. Some sort of glitch has the game showing up at both $29.99 and $14.99 prices in the store under the Choose a Version button. If you choose the $14.99 option, the game will go to the cart for $14.99 instead of $29.99.
I haven't bought it, so I can't confirm if it really does give you the game at that price. All signs point to yes.
Posted by LouieT on 15 December 2013 - 03:56 AM
Not many things on sale this week in the video game section.
250GB Xbox 360 $199
Ad just shows the system, not the holiday bundle
Rock Candy Controllers $19.96
Ear Force X12 Headset + $10 Walmart gift card, $59.96
Battlefield 4 $39.96
Madden NFL 25 $44.96
(no mention of versions)
Call of Duty: Ghosts $49.96
Skylanders Starter Pack $59.96
Everything else is MSRP. PS4 is shown on the front page.