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doa4 £34.99 @ sainsburys online

Discussion in 'Console Games & Hardware' started by mpy32, 1 Feb 2006.

  1. mpy32

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  2. benjo plz.

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    Thats pretty good tbh.
     
  3. THC_SsSsSnake

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    they had them instore on Sat
     
  4. da_mic_1530

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    hmmm after all my slagging off of this game im tempted at that price, one of me lass mates wants me 2 get it so she can button bash, must resist
     
  5. NokkonWud

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    Don't fight it!
     
  6. mpy32

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    for that price?????would of picked it up for that price in store tbh

    normally in store the supermarkets are still more than there online outlets
     
  7. 0gami

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    Most games in my local Tesco are 39.99, they always seem to have plenty of stock of the games, controllers, mem cards and core packs.
     
  8. mpy32

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    all new releases in my local tesco's are at least £44.99 some even £49.99

    not many £39.99 at all tbh

    thats holmbush shoreham
     
  9. 0gami

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    Thats odd, I must double check next time i'm in store.
     
  10. Smit

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    Seen a few in ASDA for £39.99 I think... PDZ Collectors Edition was £44.97

    will check the next time I'm in Tescos though
     
  11. THC_SsSsSnake

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    I already had the game so was a bit peeved when I say it at £34.99 it was game of the week
     
  12. Gristy

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    its even cheaper from lik-sang about 28 inc post
     
  13. riddler

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    doa4 is great at thats price a must buy
     
  14. benjo plz.

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    Competitor tbh.
     
  15. GuruJockStrap

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    Tesco are currently doing 20% off games at stores. Not sure how much they charge instore for a game though. If its £39.99 it'll be a decent saving.

    Even better if you know a member of staff with a staff discount card. 30% off in total then :D
     
  16. Cuchulain

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    It is? when I looked just now it was $69.90 USD for the US version and $78 USD for the jap version, that's at least £39 + postage
     
  17. Gristy

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    http://www.lik-sang.com/info.php?category=322&products_id=6975&


    Dead or Alive 4 (Tecmo)
    For Xbox™ 360 / US NTSC
    Your Price US$ 49.90 (~66.31 AUD)
     
  18. Cuchulain

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    ah I see, if you click the DOA4 logo on the front page it gives you the prices I quoted, but if you go through the Xbox 360 link in the menu it gives yours.
     
  19. mpy32

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    ordered yesterday at 1.00pm from sainsbury's and came in the post this

    morning :)

    be careful with that import company great if you get it for £28 but by law

    you should be paying about £15 on top of that if customs stop it
     
  20. Cuchulain

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    As far as I know it'd be 3.5% import duty and 17.5% VAT, I don't know if they 3.5% is added onto the item value + VAT or it's just 21% on just the value, I make it around another £6 though. There's probably a handling charge from whatever courier they use (Post Office probably), Parcelforce charge something like £13.