Kotaku reports: Hey, consumers. If you have access to a Circuit City and are still in the market for an Xbox 360, note that the retailer will be giving you a $30 gift card on any console purchase the week of August 10th.
If anyone is looking to get a 360 it looks like Circuit City is the place to go.
Circuit City always has good deals.
The last thing I bought at Best Buy was my SXRD Sony HDTV, because when I bought it it was brand new and wasn't available on Amazon for a better price. I've gone to CC for all my other purchases that I have not made online (which is where I make the majority of my investments).
They should have packed-in a game instead. A platinum hit would have done well.
Why would you rather have them pick the platnum hit when you could just use the 30 dollar gift card to buy the platnum hit that YOU actually want?
It's always better to let the consumer chose. Just because a game is a classic doesn't mean everyone will like it.
Great deal, still do not want.
good for u. life still goes on
Yes it does good sir. Oh, and... http://www.lolcats.com/view...
I think it's too late in the system's lifespan to pick it up. I see the next MS console coming in the next 2 years. Still, I can see how others would opt for 360 considering the price, quanity and quality of games, etc.
Yeah Lifendz I forgot all the games self-destruct at the end of it's life. That seems like a poor reason, the console still has an existing catalog of games and it has plenty of life left in it. You make it sound like a new console from MS is right around the corner and it is not. Don't count on the next 360 until 2011 at the earliest. If you don't want to buy one that is your decision and I respect that. I think this is a hell of deal and should do good for sales.
who wants to buy yr dieing system with full of RROD?? and those that already owning the system will be victims of the xrats spray!!! wooaaa haaa haaa
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