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|12-05-2012 02:58 PM|
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|11-24-2012 11:59 AM|
|ncsustylee||An update: fiancee just came back from walmart with 50 more, still the green and white kind, and apparently they have at least 100 more (I only had given her the green light for 50). Apologies for the copy paste replies in multiple threads.|
|11-24-2012 10:10 AM|
|11-24-2012 10:09 AM|
Reference this thread: http://slickdeals.net/f/5558677-Xbox-1600-MSP-Points-for-10-is-live-in-targets-mine-did-not-have-a-tag
I got 64 of them price matched at walmart last night. My fiancee is there now and going to try it with the older style cards ( they had at least 50 more, I'm thinking around 150)
|11-24-2012 02:45 AM|
|thegameksk||Does anyone know which stores would match this price/ Also if you order it online is there anyway to get a price match?|
|11-24-2012 12:51 AM|
|Friend of Sonic||Definitely one of the best deals this Black Friday. I went to one Target, and PMed at four Wal-Marts and got quite a bit. For some reason I'm tempted to get more lol.|
|11-24-2012 12:39 AM|
Just scored a bunch of these at Target in St. Louis. They were pretty much out of the printed sales circulars, but the customer service rep went and found one at one of the registers for me.
There were tons of cards available since the shelves didn't have the $10 price...just the printed circular. I also skipped the Call of Duty/Modern Warfare and other "themed" 1600 point cards and hunted for the ones illustrated in the print ad (they look like this ).
Interestingly, someone in the store had completely removed the price tag on one shelf display that had the COD themed cards...but the regular $19.99 price was listed at a second shelf display which had the generic green and white ones matching the ad.
At the register, I asked them to scan one "to see if they rang up at the sale price, since the price tag on the shelf didn't match their sales circular". It rang up as the usual $19.99. I then used the printed circular they hunted down for me to show how it was advertised at $10.
The cashier tried to play it off as an even more temporary sale for the early bird Black Friday shoppers, but I politely pointed out that the circular said these prices were good all day Friday and Saturday. He called over a manager, and after they confirmed that the card was identical to the circular (again, the Call of Duty and other "themed" 1600 point cards would almost certainly have been rejected at this point since they put the cards right next to the circular's picture to compare), so they manually marked each one down to $10.
Since the advertised prices are good Friday AND Saturday, you still have time to try this at your local Target tomorrow. It's well worth the effort!
|11-22-2012 11:07 PM|
Deal Worked At Walmart
|11-22-2012 11:02 PM|
Just bought 2 of the older style 1600 point cards and they rang up properly at $10.
Electronics didn't have any on the pegs but they had plenty at all the registers up front.
|11-22-2012 10:53 PM|
|11-22-2012 10:15 PM|
The local Target in my area had the 1600 MS Points card priced at $20. I didn't have the store ad with me but I told them the card was advertise at $10. They found out that the card was indeed $10 so they honored it.
Just let them know the advertised price in the ad. It's probably better to have the store Ad with the 1600 MS points card listed on hand just in case if they don't have it.
|11-22-2012 09:47 PM|
I bought 20 MSP cards at my Target for $200 total. Had to go to guest services so they could override the price for each card. They were happy to do it, but wanted to check with a manager to ensure that I could get that many (no limit was specified in the ad). Took a little while of standing my ground (pointing out the TV ad on the front that did say Limit 1 per customer, while this deal did not). Long story short, the manager eventually said "go ahead and sell them to him". So woohoo!
Shouldn't need any more points for a long long time...
|11-22-2012 09:41 PM|
Just went on a mission to get the $10 1600 Microsoft Point cards. Brought my Target paper with me...it still had the 1600 cards advertised in it. First went to Walmart and tried to price match, but they refused. They said even if they wanted to price match it..it was impossible to over-ride the price on cards. So I went to Target. On the shelf they had the 3-Month Live cards marked on sale at $10 but the shelf was wiped out of them, but the 1600 point cards were regular price at $20 and there was a big stack of them. I took 2 to the front express register, couldnt believe there was no waiting. Each card rang up at $20. I showed her the Target ad and she over-rided the price in the system so they were $10 each like their ad says. I paid with my REDcard so the total was $19 with no added tax for 3200 Microsoft Points. I should have bought more than 2
Oh also, I price matched $9 Max Payne 3 at Wal-Mart with a printout of the Kmart website that I brought with me, with no problem whatsoever.
|11-22-2012 09:17 PM|
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