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Topic # 82096 21-Apr-2011 17:29
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Hey guys, a heads up, Sony PSP 3000 is just $139 at Bond and Bond until the end of Tuesday (26th April).

That's an amazing deal. 

It's not listed on their website, so get into your local store.

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  Reply # 461415 21-Apr-2011 18:22
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Thanks for the heads up, thats an amazing price :)

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  Reply # 461425 21-Apr-2011 19:06
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wow. that is incredibly cheap.

it almost seems too good. Any sort of catch? or anything going to happen we don't know about that might give a reason for them flogging them off so cheap? (like Sony ceasing to sell compatible games or something like that?)


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  Reply # 461428 21-Apr-2011 19:19
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Hmmm, wonder if it's country-wide?

I'm more interested in watching my movies/TV shows in widescreen, games not too much of an issue (if they dry up).

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  Reply # 461443 21-Apr-2011 20:27
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Good luck finding one, appear to be all sold out in Wellington already. Tried several branches this afternoon.

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  Reply # 461457 21-Apr-2011 20:56
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Yes it is country wide! Get your hands on one before they are gone. I can't find an electronic version of the mailer online to show you.

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  Reply # 461691 22-Apr-2011 22:11
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NGP is coming out soon, so the retail price dropped to around $200. Still a very good deal considering they were around $300 a couple weeks ago

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  Reply # 461699 22-Apr-2011 22:51
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  Reply # 462191 25-Apr-2011 15:52
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i bought one, jailbroken already. easy portable gba emulator, movies, music, wireless...psp ftw.
i think the new psp will be cool, but ill hold onto my psp 3002 until the new psp 2 has gone through its updates, lite and slim, more features etc (just like ipads)

gz ftw

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