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Expired - NINTENDO WII IN STOCK AT GAMESTATION £179.99
Expired - NINTENDO WII IN STOCK AT GAMESTATION £179.99

Expired - NINTENDO WII IN STOCK AT GAMESTATION £179.99

Buy forBuy forBuy for£179.99
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WII CONSOLE + WII SPORTS
£179.99
3 - 5 DAYS DELIVERY

BE QUICK IM SURE THEY WONT LAST LONG

HERES THE LINK

gamestation.co.uk/pro…001
- garethholt1990

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Where is it? Most folk have incorrectly posted that the Wii is available to buy from Gamestation on it's own. It's been unavailable unless you buy with a bundle before now. This may have changed so do you have a link?

Cheers

Cannot buy the console on its own as it's not part of a bundle.

Quote from website

Sorry, items marked with # cannot be ordered individually. They may only be purchased as part of a discounted bundle/combo

You can remove items marked with # from your basket before proceeding to the checkout by entering a 0 in the quantity box and clicking on the 'update basket' button, or you can go back to the product page to see which combos are applicable for these items.

Tried to buy console only. They are not seeling only console. It has to be bought as a bundle.

They *are* selling them instore at the £179.99 price tag though which is commendable.

Other places are stinging people for criminal prices. Anyone that pays more than £179.99 for an unbundled Wii is an idiot.

Nevermind. Welcome to the forum garethholt1990

Scissorhands

They *are* selling them instore at the £179.99 price tag though which is … They *are* selling them instore at the £179.99 price tag though which is commendable. Other places are stinging people for criminal prices. Anyone that pays more than £179.99 for an unbundled Wii is an idiot.



True. I think a big problem is people rely too much on online shops and forget you can pick up a phone, use Yell.com or jump in the car/bus, go to your local shopping establishment and ask around

horstachio

True. I think a big problem is people rely too much on online shops and … True. I think a big problem is people rely too much on online shops and forget you can pick up a phone, use Yell.com or jump in the car/bus, go to your local shopping establishment and ask around



Agreed, but there was a web link provided with original post, thus implying in my eyes anyway that this was an online deal.:whistling:

Scissorhands

They *are* selling them instore at the £179.99 price tag though which is … They *are* selling them instore at the £179.99 price tag though which is commendable. Other places are stinging people for criminal prices. Anyone that pays more than £179.99 for an unbundled Wii is an idiot.



Or desperate, a parent, lacking time, live in rural areas with poor shopping facilities etc etc. and many other reasons....it would be better to say that those that profit from the shortages are SCUM...IMHO
some of the bundles aren't bad value mind, just worth checking around,

Gamestation in Birmingham were only selling £299 bundles yesterday. Sims and 3 other games, they sold about 10 while is was in there alone.

al_athari

Gamestation in Birmingham were only selling £299 bundles yesterday. Sims … Gamestation in Birmingham were only selling £299 bundles yesterday. Sims and 3 other games, they sold about 10 while is was in there alone.



They do sell bundles - but they also sell unbundled which nobody, aside from Argos I think, are doing.

Agent_Silver

Or desperate, a parent, lacking time, live in rural areas with poor … Or desperate, a parent, lacking time, live in rural areas with poor shopping facilities etc etc. and many other reasons....it would be better to say that those that profit from the shortages are SCUM...IMHOsome of the bundles aren't bad value mind, just worth checking around,



Its a bit harsh to call people scum, the shops make a profit, are they scum too? Its not something I or you (i presume) would do, but there is supply and demand, if someone pays for it, you have to presume they are happy to do so.

I have more problem with stores charging upwards of £300 unbundled for it, which is blatant profiteering.

Agent_Silver

Or desperate, a parent, lacking time, live in rural areas with poor … Or desperate, a parent, lacking time, live in rural areas with poor shopping facilities etc etc. and many other reasons....it would be better to say that those that profit from the shortages are SCUM...IMHO


I applaud individuals who have wiis and offer them for sale, on e-bay or other means. They've got the get up and go and foresight to do something - not the sheer lazyness to wait far too late to acquire one, or the lazyness not to put in the legwork to find one for themselves.
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