Sunday, September 27, 2009

Amazon: *Hot* Wii Deal with $25 Gift Card Offer!

If you've been looking to score a sweet deal on the Wii, you'll most likely be interested in the deal Amazon is offering up! The Wii on Amazon is now priced at just $199.99. Plus, when you purchase one you'll get a $25 Amazon gift card! This will arrive in the mail up to 10 days after your purchase. If you deduct that from your total, the cost of the Wii ends up being just $174.99!

Remember Christmas is just around the corner and this would make a great present!

(Thanks, SoCalMom!)

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9 comments:

Mom who cares said...

Note to self: Do not let hubby read your blog while this post is on the front page. LOL - he keeps bugging me to get a xbox 360 and to compromise he will accept the Wii --

The SoCal Mom said...

Mom who cares this is the best deal for the Wii out there!

Give him a way to work it off! :)

Anonymous said...

Ha, when my husband saw this he tried to convince me that we should buy a new one even though we already have one that works perfectly well and put the "old" one in the basement. It's not happening, no matter how good the deal is!

Anonymous said...

I am excited to see a deal on top of the price drop! Not to mention that I did not have to pay sales tax, even more savings!
Thanks!!

Anonymous said...

Go through Upromise because they will give you 2% back also.

Anonymous said...

where is the info for the 25 dollar gift card? let me know, we were gonna buy one in the next month or so, so glad to see this, pus we have swagbucks to use, yayy you! :)
please let me know!

mrsfarns07@hotmail.com

Cara said...

Oh man!! We JUST bought one last week!! Too bad.

The SoCal Mom said...

Anon- The info on the Gift Card is right below the main description.

HERE is a link to the gift card details as well.

Anonymous said...

I did notice in the reviews that this is a Nintendo price drop. So aside from the $25 gift card, $199 isn't a special Amazon deal. It's going to be the current selling price from now on. Just an FYI. There may be better deals in the future?