dealsthe legend of zelda: skyward sword w/ music cd…

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I bought this at the same price when it was improperly advertised at Kmart a few months ago. Then I never got around to playing it because I'm still trying to get through Twilight Princess.. and now it's available for an accurately advertised price...

Games are hard to keep up with.

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The music cd alone is worth $20. Support epic orchestrations like this, buy this game.

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Argh I want this but there's no frys in New York. Does anyone know a store that will price match?

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dang! great woot alert!!! to bad there's no fries within 2000 miles here! Great find op!!!

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@photoscott: if you hear anything about pricematching do let me know!! :o)

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Agreed on the price matching.

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Best Buy price matches. I plan to give it a shot today.

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I know Bestbuy will price match a physical store's price (e.g., they won't price match Amazon). Around me BB is inconstant. Sometimes they will make me have an actual add from the paper. Other times they will look it up online.

They usually call the store to verify. They might have limits to how far away the store is, likewise I'm not sure if this is a bundle of you get both for $20 (that might effect them to).

If I were you, I'd call them before I went in as it might depend on who is working. I like to go to the youngest person at the counter, I've found they are more willing to let you price match.

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make sure you wii dosen't have homebrew, if you decide to play this game. It requires an update that breaks homebrew. You can redo it after the update but be warned you can brick your wii attempting homebrew on 4.3 or greater...

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For everyone that is wondering, you can take a print out of this page to Best Buy and they will match the $19.99 price! I just did it tonight and I live about 100 miles from the nearest Fry's! My theory is that they do this since there are physical Fry's storefronts and for the reason that the ad says, "In Store Only"; it's not an online price.