Japanese Sony PS3 Imports Now At Lower Prices

Posted: Oct 6 2006, 12:51pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:22am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Japanese Sony PS3 Imports now at Lower Prices
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Audio Cubes opened pre-order again for the Sony PS3 60GB and 20GB models at new lower pricing.

Audio Cubes just informed us that they secured more PS3 inventory.
The 60GB Sony PS3 sells now for $799 and the 20GB PS3 sells for $579.

This is a good sign that Audio Cubes could reduce the prices this much. When they offered the 60GB Sony PS3 the first time the price was $999, this means now the PS3 is $200 less expensive to import.
For the 20GB Sony PS3 the price was $699. You save now $120.

Audio Cubes sold-out their new PS3 inventory again within 2 days. (150 units). You need to be quicker next time. They try to secure more PS3 consoles from suppliers.Apparently a Sony Europe VP thinks Europeans do not mind waiting for the new Sony PS3. I mind a lot actually and I do not wait for Sony to find enough blu-ray diodes. I already filed my PS3 order in Japan.

Gaming exporter Lik-Sang opened their Sony PS3 pre-order this week, but they did not set a price yet.

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