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Last Edited by BeAuMaN March 31, 2016 at 08:13 PM
Playstation TV for 29.99 at walmart.

Stock Checker link: http://brickseek.com/walmart-inventory-checker

Item number: 39362121

Found several around the Cincinnati area.
Codes for the games included expire today.

Store Finder: http://www.walmart.com/store/finder

For Reference: http://www.amazon.com/PlayStation...B00KVMHVQ8
(Note: This bundle does not necessarily reflect the bundle found in-store at Walmart)
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Last Edited by aedv April 1, 2016 at 05:29 PM
The bundle comes with separate codes for Sly Cooper Thieves In Time and The Lego Movie game(Vita versions ONLY, even though Sly is cross buy usually).

BOTH of these codes expire TONIGHT(3/31/16). So use them before they expire.

Moreover, Walmart considers these hardware so the return period is ONLY 15 days with these.


So if you're going to buy one and then debate if you wanna keep it or not don't wait too long.

To those of you with expired codes, I just live chatted with Sony and explained the situation. The rep escalated me and asked me to send him a purchase receipt and scans of the expired vouchers. Can't confirm yet that I've received new codes, but looks like that might be happening.

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Is this the standard bundle or the one with the included controller?
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A couple of stores near me have limited stock, 1 or less... is that even worth a drive? Just wondering what that equates to in real life inventory. If it's like Staples, that means they have one in the back, broken, or a worker hid it away so he could buy it later...
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That thread was updated and active with the new price.
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Quote from timironi View Post :
Is this the standard bundle or the one with the included controller?
This includes the controller.

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A couple of stores near me have limited stock, 1 or less... is that even worth a drive? Just wondering what that equates to in real life inventory. If it's like Staples, that means they have one in the back, broken, or a worker hid it away so he could buy it later...
The store i was at shows 1 or less but had 8. That may be a fluke but is just what i saw.
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Still $49 at the two closest to me.
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This includes the controller.


The store i was at shows 1 or less but had 8. That may be a fluke but is just what i saw.
Okay, thanks. Now I just have to figure out if I'd actually want the thing.

Are there any free games we can download for it (besides bundle games)? I don't own a Vita or PS3/4.
Any hacks that make it do more than stream netflix (sorta)? Would it work for retro gaming via emulation?
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Stock 0 in St. Louis, as usual.
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Okay, thanks. Now I just have to figure out if I'd actually want the thing.

Are there any free games we can download for it (besides bundle games)? I don't own a Vita or PS3/4.
Any hacks that make it do more than stream netflix (sorta)? Would it work for retro gaming via emulation?
i have not looked into any hacks. Pretty sure you need to have a ps3/4/vita
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Okay, thanks. Now I just have to figure out if I'd actually want the thing.

Are there any free games we can download for it (besides bundle games)? I don't own a Vita or PS3/4.
Any hacks that make it do more than stream netflix (sorta)? Would it work for retro gaming via emulation?
If you get PS Plus, you get at least one free game a month for this (plus ones for PS3/PS4). 12 month PS Plus cards can be had on deals for $30-35 (around black Friday they were in the high 20's).

You need to run a dead simple hack to make Netflix work on it, too.
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If you get PS Plus, you get at least one free game a month for this (plus ones for PS3/PS4). 12 month PS Plus cards can be had on deals for $30-35 (around black Friday they were in the high 20's).

You need to run a dead simple hack to make Netflix work on it, too.
Okay, not so bad then I guess. This probably falls into the 'eh, if I'm driving by a walmart anyway,I might pick it up' category for me. Problem is even at $30/year, I have such a giant backlog of games, I might not find time to play too many of them (and I'm super picky as to what types of games I like).

Much better if it could run emulators, or there was an easy conversion tool for real PS3 games, or something like that. Then again, if it did any of that stuff, I wouldn't expect it to be selling for $30 right now.
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There were $30 in St. Louis like a year ago.
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