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post #31 of 13490
Costco still has a lifetime return policy on all of their goods, EXCEPT: TV's and a select few other products have a 90 Day return policy.


But DVD players are not included in that 90 day return policy.


DVD players are included in the lifetime return policy.
post #32 of 13490
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Originally Posted by mike171979 View Post

Costco still has a lifetime return policy on all of their goods, EXCEPT: TV's and a select few other products have a 90 Day return policy.


But DVD players are not included in that 90 day return policy.


DVD players are included in the lifetime return policy.

Ummmm... yeah, what he said, which is what I thought I said
post #33 of 13490
At least at Fry's anyway. I was in there this morning and I always scan the section and this caught my eye.

It the same 300 box with a "slip cover" on top that says "bonus, Spiderman 3 included"
post #34 of 13490
Anyone else not able to get the AAA 10% CC coupon emailed to them? I was going to pick up the Panasonic DMP-BD30 this A.M., but no joy on the emailed coupon.
I'm going to post this in the BD30 thread too...
post #35 of 13490
Amazon's crazy Black Friday Deals allow you to vote for a BD or HD DVD player for $149. It's round 4. Get cracking people!

http://promotions.amazon.com/gp/holi...customers-vote
post #36 of 13490
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Originally Posted by Gai View Post

Amazon's crazy Black Friday Deals allow you to vote for a BD or HD DVD player for $149. It's round 4. Get cracking people!

http://promotions.amazon.com/gp/holi...customers-vote

Done! Thanks for the heads-up!
post #37 of 13490
Even the runner up prices are a good deal:

PS3 $319 from $139

Sammy BD Player: $249 from $149
post #38 of 13490
Thanks for the heads up!
post #39 of 13490
Buy.com offers the Samsung BD-P1400 Blu-ray / DVD Player for $339.99. With free shipping, that's $70 less than the best price we've seen elsewhere. Features include 1080p output, DVD+/-R playback, and HDMI, component, S-Video, and RCA video outputs. New Google Checkout customers can get $10 off.
here
post #40 of 13490
I found the Amazon vote for 6 link on the HD-DVD player forum, and I was about to vote for the Toshiba HD-A35, until I saw it was up against a blu-ray player for the same price. To get format neutral, buy a HD-A35 for $150 and then $400 for a blu-ray player, or $150 for the Samsung BD P1400 and an HD-A3 from Sears for $170? Its a no brainer. I switched and voted for the Samsung, but the overall vote is still leaning towards making the Toshiba the only one offered at supper low prices!

http://promotions.amazon.com/gp/holi...customers-vote

Mike
post #41 of 13490
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Originally Posted by Misha View Post

I found the Amazon vote for 6 link on the HD-DVD player forum, and I was about to vote for the Toshiba HD-A35, until I saw it was up against a blu-ray player for the same price.

Thanks for the heads up!
post #42 of 13490
It seems indeed that the Samsung BDP1400 may be in for some price cutting come the Holiday season.
Buy.com is selling it already at $339 (without any coupons and without having to open a store card). Free shipping included.
post #43 of 13490
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Originally Posted by grubavs View Post

Anyone else not able to get the AAA 10% CC coupon emailed to them? I was going to pick up the Panasonic DMP-BD30 this A.M., but no joy on the emailed coupon.
I'm going to post this in the BD30 thread too...

Yes, I've had the same problem this week. Since I work very close to a AAA office, I walked over at lunch to ask about it today. They were very helpful, they put me through on the phone to a person at HQ in charge of this promotion. She said it was usually a spam filter issue to cause this problem. But they were nice enough to generate a coupon for me on the spot. Thanks again to them.

Chuck
post #44 of 13490
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Originally Posted by chucksva View Post

Yes, I've had the same problem this week. Since I work very close to a AAA office, I walked over at lunch to ask about it today. They were very helpful, they put me through on the phone to a person at HQ in charge of this promotion. She said it was usually a spam filter issue to cause this problem. But they were nice enough to generate a coupon for me on the spot. Thanks again to them.

Chuck

Thanks, Chuck! I'll get over there tomorrow. I actually talked to them (the local office) today, they put me off, so if I can't get it 1st thing in the AM, I'll be frowning over somebody's desk 'till I get a coupon
Re: the spam filter thing, I've had Yahoo junk my CC coupons before so I always check the bulk box... no joy today
post #45 of 13490
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post #46 of 13490
they have a no tax promo a 13% savings here in BC on everything in the store, it's on till Nov 16th from 5pm to close. So I cop me a PS3 80 gig bundle with Motostorm and to top it off they threw in MLB 07 The Show and got a further $20off for some reason, so total cost to me was $480.99.
post #47 of 13490
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Originally Posted by nismo604 View Post

they have a no tax promo a 13% savings here in BC on everything in the store, it's on till Nov 16th from 5pm to close. So I cop me a PS3 80 gig bundle with Motostorm and to top it off they threw in MLB 07 The Show and got a further $20off for some reason, so total cost to me was $480.99.

Congrats.....Now shouldn't you be playing it.
post #48 of 13490
Amazon now back up to $369. I think the prices changes are a good sign we may see it drop below 300 b4 x-mas.
post #49 of 13490
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Originally Posted by Misha View Post

I found the Amazon vote for 6 link on the HD-DVD player forum, and I was about to vote for the Toshiba HD-A35, until I saw it was up against a blu-ray player for the same price. To get format neutral, buy a HD-A35 for $150 and then $400 for a blu-ray player, or $150 for the Samsung BD P1400 and an HD-A3 from Sears for $170? Its a no brainer. I switched and voted for the Samsung, but the overall vote is still leaning towards making the Toshiba the only one offered at supper low prices!

http://promotions.amazon.com/gp/holi...customers-vote

Mike

Idunno, I thought the format neutral no-brainer was voting for the HD-A35 for $150 and the PS3 for $139.
post #50 of 13490
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Originally Posted by coati858 View Post

Idunno, I thought the format neutral no-brainer was voting for the HD-A35 for $150 and the PS3 for $139.

Yep, live and learn! Plus, I finally read the Samsung 1400 thread and found that only roughly 1/3 people who bight one are keeping it due to numerous problems, so I may have stepped on it twice over there! (especially since I voted on the Wii instead of the PS3, since I have virtually never used my PS2!)

Mike
post #51 of 13490
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Originally Posted by Gai View Post

Amazon's crazy Black Friday Deals allow you to vote for a BD or HD DVD player for $149. It's round 4. Get cracking people!

http://promotions.amazon.com/gp/holi...customers-vote

Wow, both HD-DVD and Tivo are stomping the Blu Ray.
post #52 of 13490
Wal-Mart has just released some of the secret items for the black friday and the Saturday, Nov. 24 secret item sales. One of the items for the Saturday secret item sale will be 10 free Blu-Ray titles with the purchase of an 80 GB PS3 for $499. Stores will receive additional quantities of titles to support the quantity of PS3's available for the sale. All titles must be selected at the time of purchase and will be price overridden for free. All titles must also be under $30. No word on quantities for individual stores.
post #53 of 13490
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Originally Posted by WMManager View Post

Wal-Mart has just released some of the secret items for the black friday and the Saturday, Nov. 24 secret item sales. One of the items for the Saturday secret item sale will be 10 free Blu-Ray titles with the purchase of an 80 GB PS3 for $499. Stores will receive additional quantities of titles to support the quantity of PS3's available for the sale. All titles must be selected at the time of purchase and will be price overridden for free. All titles must also be under $30. No word on quantities for individual stores.

This sounds like a good deal, especially if the 5 free Blu-ray disks from the BDA are also allowed (15 movies in all). I assume that you get to choose 10 movies in the store and can then send away for the 5 free by rebate? The only problem is there wasn't much of a selection of movies at my local Wal Mart and it would be hard to pick 10 I'd really want (or that weren't already part of the 5 free by rebate). Do you know if they'll be boosting up the selection of movies too and not just the quantities of the ones they currently carry?
post #54 of 13490
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Originally Posted by WMManager View Post

Wal-Mart has just released some of the secret items for the black friday and the Saturday, Nov. 24 secret item sales. One of the items for the Saturday secret item sale will be 10 free Blu-Ray titles with the purchase of an 80 GB PS3 for $499. Stores will receive additional quantities of titles to support the quantity of PS3's available for the sale. All titles must be selected at the time of purchase and will be price overridden for free. All titles must also be under $30. No word on quantities for individual stores.


I can not find anything online to support this. Do you have a URL?
post #55 of 13490
It's been confirmed by other Wal-Mart employees on other forums. Interesting deal. Too bad it's only on the 80GB.
post #56 of 13490
What's the deal on the 40 GB though?
post #57 of 13490
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On 11/24 at 8:00am (running through 11:59pm on 11/25), the 80GB PS3 ($499) will come with 10 FREE Blu-ray movies instantly. You choose any 10 BD titles under $30 within the store and they will override the prices to zero. For those stores that carry BD already, additional titles are being sent in for the sale. For those that do not have BD in their store (a small minority) product will be sent to each store specifically for this sale.

Oh, and you still get your 5 FREE movies by mail.

..Ripped from CAG via Slickdeals
post #58 of 13490
I think this is wrong, I called someone from Wal-Mart and they told me the deal will be 10 Free movies, but 5 in store and 5 mail in rebate and not 10 in store. Which makes more since to me.
post #59 of 13490
Sound like a good deal if true. Too bad I have to buy a couch...
post #60 of 13490
At least you'll be able to play a good game on the couch....
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