Woolworths Drops Xbox 360 To £130

Posted: Sep 15 2008, 6:28am CDT | by , Updated: Nov 17 2010, 4:47am CST, in News | Gaming

 
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A sales catalog has surfaced that shows Woolworths will be dropping the price of all Xbox 360 consoles by about £30. As with all slightly fuzzy, supposedly scanned catalogs that have yet to actually go out, there is no guarantee that this is the real deal.

If the catalog isn’t a hoax, the Arcade system would retail for £129.99, the 60GB would go for £159.99, and the elite would be £229.99. Only a £30 difference between the Arcade and the 60GB version would make most people definitely step up to the larger storage capacity.

When the catalog is due to ship is unknown, considering the time of year it wouldn’t be out of line to assume this could be a new Christmas catalog shipping soon. If you are looking to get an Xbox 360 soon, you might want to wait a few weeks.

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