I've been using 30% off coupons to buy HD DVDs there for months. One location here carries them, one doesn't. Most of the titles listing for $29.99 come out to $21 which is a fair price. They scan these coupons then hand key them in, there really is nothing preventing you from using more than one. The card doesn't limit you, remember they give you three cards so your family members can have one and coupons are one per customer, not one per card. Just bring some family members along and have them buy movies too.
Well, hopefully locations here will start selling them soon. So far I've never seen any local Borders selling HD-DVD's in the Indianapolis area. Though I haven't been to the one downtown in a long time.
But they send those coupons out so often, it'd be nice to take advantage of them.
They are definitely rapists when it comes to pricing on virtually, well, anything, but with the 30% off coupon, some of their stuff may actually be a deal. I don't know, we'll see how it goes. I am going to stop by this weekend and see what they have. Will be interested to see how much 300 is, and how much it'll be with the coupon.
A couple of months ago they had a really good buy 3 get 1 free deal and there was also a $10 off coupon that you could use along with it. So there are definatley deals to be had at Borders, unfortunately some people just write them off and bash them because the sticker prices are MSRP, but the fact is there is always a coupon available for at least 20% off. It still may be higher than Amazon, but they beat Best Buy and Circuit City's prices for those of us who want to walk in and buy something every now and then rather than waiting for a shipment.