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Paper Mario or $20

Posted on Tuesday, April 10 @ 16:28:40 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
All of you Wii owners might want to head to Circuit City today to pick up Super Paper Mario because if they're out of stock, you get $20.

The sharp-eyed folks over at ars technica noticed the promotion, which is pretty damn cool. If enough folks got organized and go to Circuit City, you could almost guarantee a $20 reward. Or, worst-case-scenario, you end up with a copy of Super Paper Mario, which is still pretty cool (full review coming soon).

Also, I really love this deal because it's basically a direct assault on GameStop's really irritating pre-order policies. GameStop does this for two reasons 1- to minimize inventory and 2- to artificially inflate their used-games business. Unfortunately, that often means a bad experience for the customer.

Of course, Circuit City's way of saving money is to fire employees, but $20 is $20, right? So what are you waiting for?


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