Amazon Customers Vote Starts With $139 PS3 And $79 Wii

Posted: Nov 15 2007, 4:47am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:30am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Amazon Customers Vote starts with $139 PS3 and $79 Wii
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Amazon Customers Vote started today as reported last week.

The first round of deals you can vote on is really red hot. You can choose between a Nintendo Wii for $79 ($249.99), a Sony PS3 for $139 ($399.99) and a Xbox 360 for $99. This is a tough choice right there.
The Wii is hard to find and getting it for $79 is just unbelievable. The PS3 savings are a much greater value, but you can get a PS3 anytime. I do not think the Xbox 360 deal will win.

Currently the $79 Wii deal already has over 50% of the votes.

There are 5 more deal rounds you can vote on right now on the Amazon Customers Vote page.

The winning product of the first round goes on sale on Thanksgiving day November 22nd.

The Amazon Customers Vote 2007 also has new rules and a new concept. Starting on Thursday, Nov. 15th Amazon will reveal all 18 products they will offer to vote on over six rounds. So in each round three products will compete to be offered at a great discount.

Starting today you can vote for your favorite product in each round right away. Then when the product goes on sale in each round you can check if you have been selected randomly to purchase the winning product at the discount.
You only get a chance to buy the product you voted for.

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