"Here's a guide posted by Reddit sharing how you can save $ not only PS4 console, also Xbox One and video games for other consoles"
That's amazing, wish I had the money to do this.
Those coupons are the magic erasers of price cuts. Again, you must be a member to get these deals. Works for X1 too.
These are store promotion to get you in the store. If they loose 90 on the system and you spend an extra 60 or you sign up for a target card target wins
I got my target card for free and got 5% off the PS4 at launch. Nice little bonus now.
yes it is Amazing, but i'll wait till ps4 hit 250 before buying by that time ps4 library should be good .
Ditto, if I had the money!
Man if I didn't have one already. You can use this coupon, the 5% red card, and a 10% employee discount. Oh well.
cowboom had them for 207 dollars with coupon last week originally 250 without coupon i knabbed one it was used yes i had it overnite shipped. took to gamestop got 60 percent back on it which was 390 bux bought one brand new with warranty technically only spent 250 bux on ps4 with 2 year warranty im set. i now have 2 ps4s lol
I have the money I just wish there was a game worth buying either console for.
Or better wait for slim when you actually have something to play.
this actually is scary if next chen is so cheap, just says howpowerful it isn't and how outdated it will be in 3 or 4 years. The ps3 still looks swell still and still holds up for its value
Did anyone even read the article? Headline is very misleading. You have to be part of target's pharmacy reward program and you have to sign up for a target redvcard for this to even work. Its not just one coupon. Very few people will be able to achieve this.
Ok but I dont see any 15% disc anywhere...
Ehhh....so it requires pharmacy rewards and a target credit card. Without which, you'd really only save a little more than the tax. I'd be disappointed, but I knew coming in that it was too good to be true.
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