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Topic # 129398 14-Sep-2013 09:07
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So i have been searching the net over the last few days  to see if any NZ retailers will launch PS4 Bundles just like Amazon have done in France, so no major retailer as yet is doing so, until now when google found this:

http://www.mylayby.co.nz/search.aspx?searchTerms=ps4

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Heard from Comsumer that this is a Chrisco owned business as well, and could end up costing you more...

Anyone else heard of normal retailers getting this?

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  Reply # 895533 14-Sep-2013 09:35
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Looks like the worst kind of bundle. I.e. it definitely ends up costing more than just buying the console and games separately.

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  Reply # 895560 14-Sep-2013 11:32
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most retailers dont even know what bundles are coming in for them yet. Warehouse for example (i preordered there) will let me choose which bundle i want a few weeks prior to its release and will hold it back for me.



 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 895572 14-Sep-2013 12:04
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Wow thats better than Noel Lemming where ive got mine pre ordered....maybe i should go to Warehouse instead...

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