Well played by MS. The price cut effectively negates Sony's recent one, and just in time for two blockbuster titles which are sure to be big sellers and movers of the system. The ball is once more in Sony's court.
Also looming large for Sony (and MS) is that Nintendo is currently making a profit on each Wii sold. As soon as they feel that their price advantage is sliding, they are well equipped for a price cut themselves.
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Originally posted by The King of KeithOf course, I just bought my 360 last freaking night at Wal-Mart.
So take your receipt in and tell them you want the discount. If they balk, bring in the system and "return" it then buy it again for the new price. Usually stores like Wal Mart will just give you the difference.