I'd say wait for the price drop and see how low used ones go for then. It was regularly hitting $170 used from amazon just after the launch. Trade in values are $50 at gamestop and $80 at Amazon(100 if you kept everything pristine. $32 if beat up.) We could reasonably see a $99 used vita if they drop the price to $200
The aforementioned amazon bundle will net you $93 trade in unless you never touched it. Then it's 108.
Still too expensive. Also, there must be a lot of people who could care less about the Vita given all these returns. I'll consider the Vita once it is $99 or less. In the interim, the PSP Go and DS Lite are still heavily used by family members.
Alot of them have all accessories including the game and memory card. Seems like a pretty good price if you were going to pick up the game as the game is normally 40 and the memory card normally 20. So that makes the system around 110.
None of them appear to include the memory card if you look at the ones being offered.
I'm not sure where you were looking but this game is still selling for $28-$34. The most recent used copy sold on 18 Feb for $34 on eBay.
I just searched for black ops declassifed, click on completed listings, then orded by price low to high. Looking at that list there are a few that go for a decent price but, the majority of the listings are in the lower range.
Update on my purchase: Bought it 2/21 during the evening and got it today 2/27. In any case the item I got was rated 5 and had no comments on its condition (eg. scratches, etc). It didn't have any defects, but it did show signs of use (eg. fingerprints). A quick cleaning made it look as good as new. Anyway, my only complaint is that I ordered it based on the item description saying it had everything, but the unit did not come with the 4GB memory card. A second look on the item picture showed that the 4GB memory card was missing, but at the time I was buying I didn't know if the the 4GB memory was supposed to be there or not and assumed the written description was accurate.
Anyway, contacted support via chat and got a quick response. They offered me either $15 off or an RMA. I asked if they could up the refund to $20 since that was the "cheapest" I could find a replacement 4GB card. The rep agreed and now I can use the $20 credit to buy a 32GB card. Overall not a perfect experience, but not bad either.
Bought the same bundle a while back. Traded COD in for $20 when BB had their 2x trade in campaign. Bought P4G with the credit. That's the only thing the COD game is good for: trade in. It sucks so bad.
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