Amazon deal of the day is on the Xbox 360 4GB Kinect.
Is it already Black Friday? Amazon has a great Xbox 360 Kinect console deal today. Order the Xbox 360 4GB Kinect Bundle and receive a $100 promotional credit toward the purchase of items shipped and sold by Amazon.com (certain exclusions apply, including Kindle books, MP3s, and video rentals and downloads). The $100 promotional credit will be added directly to your Amazon.com account within two days after your order ships. Offer valid when shipped and sold by Amazon.com. Promotional credit is limited to one per household. Amazon reserves the right to change or terminate this promotion at any time.
The Xbox 360 4G Kinect comes with the cool Kinect sensor, built-in wi-fi, wireless Xbox 360 controller and Kinect Adventures game. Get this Xbox 360 deal now on Amazon (only available today!).
You can invest the $100 credit for instance in the 250GB Xbox 360 Hard-drive selling for under $100 on Amazon.
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