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Sony PSP Special $30 Rebate - $268.97 - buy.com

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#1 Guest_beatmix01_*  OFFLINE  

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Posted Sep 19, 2005 - 4:21 pm

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$249.99 at buy.com - 10% buy.com coupon - $30 rebate + 48.99 (game) + 24.99 (accessory) = $268.97 + S/H


Save $30 When You Buy a PSP!
For a limited time, purchase a PSP, an accessory priced at $24.99 and above, and a game priced at $48.99 and above and get a $30 Mail-In Rebate from Buy.com. All products must be on the same invoice. Some restrictions apply. See Rebate Form for additional details. Offer valid from 9/16/2005 to 9/30/2005

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Posted Sep 19, 2005 - 7:16 pm

Anyone here own a PSP? (I always almost say P2P)-- If you do, do you like it?

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Posted Sep 24, 2005 - 9:59 pm

Been kicking around the Idea of buying one myself, but man that's expensive for a handheld. Bought a DS recently and I love that thing. I really think the touch screen is a great idea as well as the built in microphone.

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Posted Sep 25, 2005 - 10:18 am

Yeah, I have a PSP. I'm not sure if I would recommend it to other people though. There aren't a whole lot of worthwile games out right now, and I mainly play emulated games (NES, SNES, GBC, and Genesis games), but you can't do that on newer psps. I think it is only really worth the purchase price if you know when you will use it. If you do a lot of traveling (airplane trips, metro to work, ect.), then I would say that its worth it, but if not, then I would say probably not, just get a ps2 if you don't have one becasue if you are going to play it at home, the small screen, inferior games, and more uncomfortable controller doesn't really make sense.

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