So guys, are you ready? For those late to the party, all vidya is 1/3rd off when you buy in multiples of three! Return what you don't want, but as long as you buy them in threes, you're golden! Should start online in just 3 hours to boot!
The price breakdown before taxes and with/without Redcard is as follows.
Remember, ALWAYS get 3 of the same value game.
60 USD games are 38 USD each (2x60=120, 120x.95=114, 114/3=38)
50 USD games are 31.67 USD each (2x50=100, 100x.95=95, 95/3=31.67)
40 USD games are 25.34 USD each (2x40=80, 80x.95=76, 76/3=25.34)
30 USD games are 19 USD each (2x30=60, 60x.95=57, 57/3=19)
60 USD games are 40 USD each
50 USD games are 33.34 USD each
40 USD games are 26.67 USD each
30 USD games are 20 USD each
Best of luck to everyone this year! I am gonna wake up early, because I found a Target with EXACTLY the games I need to make this work for me! copycats of prior thread in next post. As always, post and share any and all deals you find! The Best Buy GCU may be over, but the deals are just begining!
For the record, I am using Waifu Warriors as my placeholder, because apparently there are special Target editions of COD, and those might be extra trouble for returns because they limit what stores you can work with to one.
>going shopping in physical stores on black friday
top kek have fun getting killed by the niggers and spics that try to find the best deals then pull out shanks and or trample you to death.
people still buy shit from target after what happened last year?
Yes, it is. it was insane!
Stay tuned though, as I MIGHT have an extra. If I do, I will do a /v/ giveaway so one of you could get a bundle for 250 USD.
No, you don't HAVE to get the same price games, but the deal works best and you end up saving more if you buy in sets of threes with the same value games. That way, you can return what you don't want, and then buy another set, until you get the games you want.
That is how you turn their B2G1 into the superior 33 percent off.
You wouldn't get 66 percent off the game you keep, you would get 33.
Let's say I pay 120 USD for Bayo 2, Waifu Warriors, and Call Of Duty, and I return everything but bayo. All games have a 60 USD value, so by breaking apart the bundle for the return, I would only get 80 USD back, no less, and definitely no more.
There's your 33 percent off!
First of all, that doesn't usually happen; look at past trends.
Secondly, so what? Even if you break apart the bundle to get just some games, you can still get a full return by returning everything, no matter how much of it at a time, all you need is your receipt.
Then, if you chance the game you bought for 33 percent off even cheaper, buy it again, and return THAT newly bough BF game to Target with the target deal receipt. It's not rocket science.
You mean when mona did the exact same thing with the stacking coupons from pre-ording Pacman, or the year before where we all got 100 dollar PSVitas and discounted WiiUs?
No, that is not how you want to use placeholders.
Say you want 2 games out of this deal (at least in this example). You only want Smash and MK 8, so you buy MK8, buy 2 60 USD placeholders, and that brings your total to 120 USD. You then return WITH RECEIPT (one game to get 40 USD back). Now, after Smash comes out, Return the other game WITHOUT RECEIPT to Target, Best Buy, or Walmart (and make sure you limit this to one or 2 games max, you don't want to make things messy with greed), where they will give you store credit, 60 USD worth, so you can buy your Smash.
Hell, some people are returning both placeholders to Walmart and using it for grocery money, go nuts.
It's not return fraud IF you return it to Target. You can just tell them you don't have the receipt, and you don't need a refund, just an exchange since you don't need that game.
When I was 15, me and my family went on a tour bus with other people to a national park and I sat next to a really hot girl my age. I didnt talk to her the whole ride. The ride lasted for about 4 hours.