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Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask Pre-Order (3DS) + $25 Dell eGift Card EXPIRED

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Promoted 02-02-2015 by Discombobulated at 07:55 AM View Original Post
Dell.com has Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask Pre-Order (Nintendo 3DS) + $25 Dell eGift Card on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks bennyspenny

Note, this game will be released on February 13, 2015

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Your Dell eGift card will be sent via email within 10-20 days after your invoice. Great deal for those that have some Dell eGift card to spend (I purchased a copy using this method) - Discombobulated

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Edited February 2, 2015 at 07:51 AM by TattyBear
If you pre-order Majora's Mask for the Nintendo 3DS at Dell.com for $39.99, you will receive a $25 eGift card that can be used on a future purchase. The promotional eGift Card is sent via email in 10-20 days. Shipping is free.

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sn...u=A8176087

The utility of Dell eGift cards is up for debate, but this figures to be a good deal for many, especially those that currently have eGift cards to use up.
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#4
I'd buy that for a dollar.
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#5
Damn that's an AA title for $15. Anything cheap on the dell website to spend the $25 on?
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Was hoping for the new 3ds not the game. had my hopes up.
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Quote from zipykido View Post :
Damn that's an AA title for $15. Anything cheap on the dell website to spend the $25 on?
No, it's not. You still have to spend $40. You just get a discount on your next purchase. Why do people always say this? Either way, you can order other Nintendo games from them too.
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Anything cheap on the dell website to spend the $25 on?
No. Most of the accessories that they offer, such as portable hard drives, sell for full price. That coupled with the fact that you can only use a max of 2 promo codes at a time is a downer as well. I will ebay the next code that I get.
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So tempting, but egift "card" rules this out for me. If Dell did these are regular gift cards, would be a completely different story but don't expect them to change from their egift card strategy any time soon. Thanks for posting anyhow OP - for those who have use, this is slick indeed!
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Anybody see free next business day shipping?
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Quote from megakimcheelove View Post :
So tempting, but egift "card" rules this out for me. If Dell did these are regular gift cards, would be a completely different story but don't expect them to change from their egift card strategy any time soon. Thanks for posting anyhow OP - for those who have use, this is slick indeed!
What are so bad about their egift card rules? Can't I just use these $25 on my next purchase?
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Damn that's an AA title for $15. Anything cheap on the dell website to spend the $25 on?
You can always buy xbox live gc for face value.
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eGift cards expire within 90 days, I believe.
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Quote from solarsaturn9 View Post :
No, it's not. You still have to spend $40. You just get a discount on your next purchase. Why do people always say this? Either way, you can order other Nintendo games from them too.
I think a lot of people say this because they keep pushing the $25 forward. Sure, I spent $60 on Far Cry 4 back in November, but since then I've spent $35 on Halo, $35 on sunset overdrive, maybe $15 on this game and then maybe $35 on evolve if they keep having the card.
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is there a catch on the egift cards? Can only use one for each purchase or something?
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