Buy A PSN Card From Kmart, Get Money Off Future Purchase

Posted: Aug 4 2010, 7:07am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:49am CDT, in News | Gaming

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Kmart is offering a pretty nice deal for people who buy a PlayStation Network gift card: a coupon for $10 - $20 off a future PS3 purchase.
Anyone who buys a $20 PSN card will received $10 off their next PS3 product purchase, and buying a $50 PSN card gets a $20 coupon.

The news comes as Kmart is actively working to get gamers to spend more of their dollars at the budget retail chain. Although it does well in selling kitchen towels and Little Caesar's pizza, Kmart has not exactly been #1 in game sales.

Recently, the retailer announced plans to start featuring user-submitted reviews in physical store locations to let gamers be better informed, spur more sales, and reduce returns.

PSN gift cards can be used to purchase anything from the PlayStation store, ranging from downloadable games to add-on game content, or any of the thousands of movies and TV shows available for download.

Via Punch Jump

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