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Purchased a HD DVD Player? - You May Get Money Back

Did you plop down big dollars for a high-definition DVD player using Toshiba's HD DVD format - which recently lost the battle with Sony's Blu-ray format?

Well, depending where you bought it, you may be eligible for a refund or a gift card to ease the disappointment.

Wal-Mart Stores is offering refunds for HD DVD players purchased on or after Nov. 1. To qualify, customers must return the players by April 30 and have a receipt in hand. Original packaging isn't required.

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Massacre3455d ago

Although in November for Walmart ? That's really far away.

decapitator3455d ago

You are worried about the time length ? Be thankful its coming at all.

Amp3455d ago

Wal-Mart Stores is offering refunds for HD DVD players purchased on or after Nov. 1. To qualify, customers must return the players by April 30 and have a receipt in hand. Original packaging isn’t required.

TheExodus3455d ago (Edited 3455d ago )

I can't help but wonder why retailers are trying so hard to get HD DVD players back. Things that make you go, "Hmm?"

meepmoopmeep3455d ago

when did retailers start being so generous?
why would they feel the need to refund any money to anyone? something odd about this.

TheExodus3455d ago

I'm beginning to suspect that the HD market's gone a little soft with HD DVD out of the way.

Chubear3455d ago (Edited 3455d ago )

HD DVD is now a worthless product that's no longer be continued but businesses still have products to push so if Walmart could lock up your money to buy the valid products in their stores then it's good for them.

They'll obviously put the refund on a walmart card or something where you can only spend it at a Walmart store. It just helps to move more inventory.

Fux4Bux3455d ago

Well that's good for all the suckers I guess. Doubt many people kept the receipt or will even know about this though.

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