Wal-Mart Rolls Back Prices On What You Need For The Big Game

Posted: Jan 29 2008, 11:09am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:54am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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Wal-Mart announced price roll backs today on all the things you need for the big game including chips, dips and LCD HDTVs. While the U.S. government is offering refunds this year to stimulate the economy Wal-Mart is offering discounts to get Americans to spend their refunds in its stores.

Wal-Mart rolled back prices on mundane items like chips and dip for the big game, but also dropped some nice prices on electronics as well.

You can get an RCA home theater system for $98, a Vizio 32-inch TV for $597, RCA or Polaroid 32-inch LCD TV/DVD combo for $683, an Acer laptop for $498 or a HP desktop for $698. If you want a larger TV for the game Wal-Mart is also offering a $100 gift card with the purchase of a Philips 42-inch HDTV for $1296.

Via Wal-Mart.

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