|Originally Posted by briankmonkey|
um, if your xbox360 breaks a week after the manufacturing date is up, It does make financial sense.. $60
That said, the Costco plan sounds like the best way to go so far..Also most retailers like Circuity City will negotiate on the extended coverage price.
briankmonkey said:um, if your xbox360 breaks a week after the manufacturing date is up, It does make financial sense.. $60
So what is your point? If an extended warranty for my $20,000 car was offered for a price of $5,000, even though $5,000 is less than $20,000 doesn't mean that it makes financial sense to purchase an extended warranty at that price.
At $60 (15% of the purchase price), basically for the public as a whole to benefit from buying the warranty, the defect rate would have to be 15% or higher. If that is the defect rate of the product, I don't want to own it anyway.
If you want to get an unbiased opinion about extended warranties, go to www.clarkhoward.com . He is an Atlanta area consumer advocate who has recently gone more nationwide in his publications and TV shows.