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Teh Green Llama
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PostSubject: What to do with your HD DVD player   Thu May 29, 2008 3:22 pm

Sometimes when you lose, you win. Okay, so maybe siding with HD DVD in the HD format war wasnít the best decision you ever made. Donít worry, though, companies like Wal-Mart and Best Buy are taking pity on you. As of the time of this writing, prominent retailers are now offering rebates and some are even taking trade-ins for those who bought HD DVD players. Listed below are just some of the retailers offering mercy to HD DVD player owners.

Amazon.com:
Acknowledging that ďnew technologies donít always work out as plannedĒ online retailer Amazon has offered a $50 credit to those who bought an HD DVD player from them before February 23, 2008.

Best Buy:
Offers a $50 gift card to those who bought either a HD DVD player or and HD DVD attachment (like the one for the Xbox 360) before the formatís official demise on February 23. The company says it will automatically send off the cards to those whom it can identify (such as those in the Best Buy Reward Zone program or those who purchased extended warranties). The rest of the customers can call the company with a proof of purchase to receive there cards.
Furthermore, Best Buy is buying back HD DVD players via its online trade-in center www.bestbuytradein.com, although the Xbox 360 add-on player is worth under $20.

Circuit City:
The big box consumer electronics retailer is accepting returns on HD DVD players within 90 days of purchase for store credit.

Wal-Mart:
If you act before April 30 and you bought your player on or after November 1, 2007, Wal-Mart store will offer a refund as long as you have a receipt. Original packaging no required.

Of course, if you want to keep your HD DVD player Ė it does, after all, offer and high definition movie experience Ė you can take advantage of the many HD DVD movie sales going on right now. Amazon.com is selling some HD DVD discs for up to 60% off (with all HD DVDs discounted at least 30%) Other online sites such as www.deepdiscount.com or www.hddvdvoxsets.com are offering similar savings.

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PostSubject: Re: What to do with your HD DVD player   Thu May 29, 2008 3:51 pm

yeah i know someone who had an hd dvd player that he bought from best buy, so he took it back and all or whatevver but i kow they gave him an 50 dollar gift card for free just as an thanks for buying it at best buy.

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PostSubject: Re: What to do with your HD DVD player   Thu May 29, 2008 3:51 pm

which you already said in this forum, my bad i didnt read all of it just the first part.

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