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# 129378 13-Sep-2013 11:05
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https://www.ebgames.co.nz/

Only 13% off, but who knows hopefully some items might be more than 13% (Doesn't look like it though)

Im not expecting much, but its better than nothing.

Wonder if there will be any bargains

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  # 895140 13-Sep-2013 11:44
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Jesus their prices are insane!

over 100 dollars for a DualShock 3! GTA 5 is $120!

mental.

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  # 895229 13-Sep-2013 14:06
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Yeah, generally find EB expensive, some of their older sale stuff is good value however.




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  # 895406 13-Sep-2013 18:58
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It's a shame that EB Games are always so expensive, the only time I buy something is when I'm pick up a console as they're rarely discounted and EB are pretty good about warranties but for games they are always the most expensive. GTAV is $88 at the Warehouse and $118 at EB, that's just plain greed and they're even worse with stuff like COD.

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  # 895469 13-Sep-2013 21:10
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Haven't bought something from EB games in years. Doesn't seem to be any reason to anymore.
They can't compete on prices. 

I'd rather buy it online. And if for some reason I needed to get it asap, there's plenty of other shops that are much cheaper. 

I'm surprised EB is still around...

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  # 896135 16-Sep-2013 06:50
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Last time I went to EB games, they had a special where they were offering 50% more on trade in's, I took a heap of games and traded them in and got good money/credit for them, the funny part is that I traded FallOut3 normal edition and got FallOut3 GOTY edition for less! Other than that they are too expensive and I don't even bother anymore.

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  # 909384 7-Oct-2013 15:56
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ricky1981: EB are pretty good about warranties


Far from the truth, i've had 2 ps3's crap out within warranty period and both times they have told me its not there problem and that i need to contact sony, then had to pay postage on sending the ps3's away to be repaired. havn't stepped foot in EB since

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  # 909386 7-Oct-2013 16:04
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Shame, my 360 failed (this was a while back admittedly) and they were pretty good about it. If nothing else I like having an actual physical store to complain to if hardware fails, shame that in Chch there really aren't too many options for proper game retailers.

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