For me, Lego City, Pikmin 3 and something else. Maybe Rayman or 101. Hard to decide. I'll get Luigi U separately since it's $30. That's a lot of games that I will probably not even play once Winder Waker HD comes out. So maybe I'll actually pass on this...
Thanks. Maybe I'll do what you said earlier and just refund 1 game to pretty much make it 33 percent off if that's the case.
I haven't bought NSMB U yet, but I don't feel like getting it quite yet when I already have a retail of New Super Luigi U.
Gift Card, always in-store credit unless you specify cash and they allow it.
And I honestly can't see that being true. Yeah, you can return "discounted" games. But only if they're equal/lesser value to the thing you're exchanging it for.
Misworded. If you want to return the "discounted" item, you can't do that. You can't exchange free for free. If you want to return a title for Zelda, you'd have to pay $60 for that title and make one of the ones you want to keep the "free" title. Then you can return the one title for Zelda.
So you're telling me for under $460 (I included sales tax), I can get a Wii U with Windwaker HD, Wonderful 101, Pikmin 3, and Rayman Legends? A system that will, later this year, get Donkey Kong Country Returns Tropical Freeze and Super Mario 3D World? A system with Bayonetta 2 on the horizon? A system where I can play Wii games I missed out on, like the Resident Evil Archives and the Metroid Prime Trilogy?
Those are bad prices for Pikmin and Mario. The every day price at Amazon is 44 for Mario and 49 for Pikmin. Might want to see if Target will price match them for this deal, or if Amazon will match Target's deal.
It's 100% true. I've done it plenty of times. You'll see on your receipt that each game has a return value and each is the prorated discount. So make sure you maximize the discount by buying games that are all the same price. You'll get a refund in the form of the method you paid.