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    Nintendo Gamecube System for $110 + ShippingAfter Rebate

    Target has the Nintendo Gamecube for $150 like everybody else. Use their 10% off coupon and Nintendo's $25 off coupon to get it for the lowest price.

    1. Click here to go to Target.
    2. Search/Add gamecube ( Gamecube : $149.99 )
    3. Coupon Price : -10% | Code : TD4U2SAVETEN
    4. Nintendo Rebate : - $25.00
    Final Price : $110 + Ship

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    Curcuit City Deal 20% off & free Shipping

    Check this one out

    $149.99 Game Cube
    -$29.99 20% off MSN Rebate (comes Feb '03)
    -$25.00 Rebate nintendo
    $95.00 Total (+ Tax / Free shipping)

    Circuit City has another rebate for a free wireless Controller

    $95.00 Game Cube
    $29.99 Game (any game over $29.99)
    $34.99 Wireless Controller
    -$34.99 Rebate (Ciruit City)
    $124.99 Total (+ Tax / Free shipping)
    All MUST be bought online on the same receipt


    Nintendo is also running a $5.00 Rebate on some games
    Stumpper

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    Great enhancement.

    Call it "Deal Deluxe" or "Combo Gold", both of which are registered TM's of LoveYourSuit.com, BTW.

    Seriously though, good show!

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    wavebird for free

    How do you get the wavebird wireless controller for free?

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    msn rebate

    How do you get the msn rebate? Is there a form? Do you have a link? Thanks.

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    The MSN Rebate mentioned in the post above is actually the MSN Wallet deal. It's not a true rebate where you get a check in the mail. Instead 20% of the purchase price becomes MSN Dollars that you can used for a future purchase through some online program that has yet to be announced.

    As you can tell, I have my doubts about any program that gives you what can potentially be vapor-credit but at least we know Microsoft is here to stay so their MSN Wallet program should be good for something.

    More details are available at http://wallet.msn.com

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    how to get wavebird free

    At circuitcity.com, if you buy a gamecube system, + any game over $30 + wavebird ($35), circuitcity has a $35 mail in rebate, which is basically getting the wavebird for free. They have a link to the rebate on any of their gamecube system pages.

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    discount at msn wallet is not 29.99 but more.

    The total spending of a gamecube + game (49.99) + wireless controller = more than $230.

    So, 20% of $230 = $46

    + 25 rebate on gamecube
    + 34.99
    + 46
    = 105.99 savings

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    Don't forget the other rebate!

    Don't forget to use the $5 rebate for both the wavebird controller (requires cpu) and the game. The circuit city rebate on the controller requires only a COPY OF CPU.

    Let's say you buy a $50 game; $150 + $50 + $35 = $235
    $47 off--MSN Wallet
    $25 off--Gamecube rebate
    $35 off--Wavebird rebate
    $10 off--games/wavebird rebate
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    Total savings = $117

    $235 - $117 = $118 + tax

    $118 for Gamecube, Wavebird, Metroid/Smash bros./other $50 games!!!
    :butt:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koala
    The MSN Rebate mentioned in the post above is actually the MSN Wallet deal. It's not a true rebate where you get a check in the mail. Instead 20% of the purchase price becomes MSN Dollars that you can used for a future purchase through some online program that has yet to be announced.

    As you can tell, I have my doubts about any program that gives you what can potentially be vapor-credit but at least we know Microsoft is here to stay so their MSN Wallet program should be good for something.

    More details are available at http://wallet.msn.com
    Update. For $3.00 you can get a check for your MSN dollars from Citibank.

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    alright, i'm thinking about doing this deal, but i came across the following information. would this work?

    1. purchase gamecube + Metroid Prime + Wavebird controller for 234.97 from Circuit City.

    2. use MS Wallet and get the 20% bringing the total to 187.98

    3. use the $25 Nintendo rebate on a system bringing the total to 162.98.

    4. use the circuit city $25 gamecube system rebate (i found this in their rebates section) bringing the total to 137.98

    5. use the circuit city $20 off of metroid prime with purchase of system bringing the total to 117.98

    6. use the circuit city $35 rebate for the wavebird bringing the total to 82.98

    here's my question. can you use both of those circuit city rebates together? the 25 and 20 ones for the system and game are a pair. i can't find anywhere that says i can't use them in conjunction with another deal. the only thing i wonder about is since you have to buy the other items to get the rebate on the wavebird, the rebates on the other items are null. any ideas?

    also, how do i go about getting a check instead of the msn cash?

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    circuit city - wavebird controller is out of stock, cannot really buy it, or just they do not allow us to buy with the msn wallet and make it an error so that we have to go to the store to get the item and forfeit the 20% bonus from msn wallet?

    :(

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    X. CLOSING YOUR MSN Dollars ACCOUNT

    You may close your MSN Dollars Account at any time by calling Customer Service at 866-867-8195. In the event that there are MSN Dollars in your MSN Dollars Account at the time of closure, Citibank will send you a refund check for the U.S. dollar equivalent, less a $3.00 check processing fee. Available MSN Dollars Incentive Awards not in your MSN Dollars Account will be forfeited upon closure.

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    how do you get the $5 rebate for both the wavebird controller (requires cpu) and the game???

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    wavebird and game $5 rebate

    It's on the same page as the Gamecube $25 rebate, just scroll down a little bit. You can find that on the spoofee.com main page and then clicking on the Nintendo Rebate: -$25



    yup
    :butt:

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