The future of Xbox 360 is orange – Sainsbury's starts selling the Xbox 360 Arcade for £99
That’s £99 for a console that’s had its price slashed to £129 a couple of weeks ago anyway. Aren’t things in shops supposed to be getting MORE expensive?
As well as reducing the “entry level” non-hard drive Xbox 360 Arcade to £99 as from today as part of its pre-Christmas price warring, Sainsbury’s is also going against retail recommendations and selling the regular 60GB Xbox 360 for £139 – a huge £30 less than its supposed RRP of £169.
AND! Why not impulse buy a present for your grandma and younger sister while you’re at it, as the supermarket giant has generously SLASHED the price of a Wii to £149. The deals are not available via its online home delivery system, so don’t waste your time signing up to check. Get in the car and DRIVE.
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I wouldn’t care even if its color was as pink as my girlfriend’s panties. What matters is in the box.
Things in shops are not necessarily getting more expensive. Especially when you can find the same product cheaper on the internet.