Frys 1-Day Saturday Sale Offers Wii With 2 Free Games

Posted: Nov 29 2008, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:59am CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017


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Electronics retail chain Fry's is offering very special deals today including the first Nintendo Wii bundle I have seen priced at the $249.99 base price. You get the Wii Console and 2 free games.
The Wii games are Ninja Reflex and London Taxi Rushour. These games are no blockbusters, but who cares you anyway just pay $249.99 (limit 1 per customer).
Fry's has published flyer on the Seattle NWSource site (via Fatwallet). It is not guaranteed that the deals are available at all Frys. I guess the Frys Circular is in your local newspaper today. Other deals at Fry's today include an awesome $298.99 15.4 inch Acer Notebook deal, a stunning $29.99 Laser Printer, and many more deals across the board.

Fry's is open today from 9am to 10pm. Better get there early if you still want to get your hands on the best deals.
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