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GameFly Giving Away a Wii a Day

File under: Contests, Game Consoles, GameFly, Games, Nintendo Wii

GameFly

GameFly Wii a Day GiveawayGameFly is online video game rental service (think Netflix for video games). You can read more about them in one of our previous posts. But anyway, let’s get to the real story. From now until 11/30/06, GameFly is giving away one Nintendo Wii every day to its members.

Here is how it works. If you’re not a member, sign up for their service. Once you are logged in, look for the “PLAY NOW” button and click on it, at which point you will be immediately notified whether you won or not. If you won — feel free to gloat. If you didn’t, just click again the next day and every other day until 11/30 to see if you won.

Give it a shot and maybe you’ll be a winner. And as always, please make sure you read all the term and conditions.

Link:  GameFly Wii a Day Giveaway

November 17th, 2006 | Permalink

$10 off $30 Google Checkout Coupon Expiring Soon

File under: Ace Hardware, Buy.com, CameraWorld, Coupons and Rebates, Dick's Sporting Goods, eBags, eCost, FogDog, GameFly, Google Checkout, iRobot (Roomba), PBS, Starbucks, The Sports Authority, Zales

Google Checkout Coupon

There are only 4 days left in ‘s $10 off $30 coupon which you can use in many online stores (see list/links below). If you are not familiar with , it’s an alternative payment system (like PayPal) which retailers are adding to their existing checkout. We’ve already tried it and found it to be quick and easy. Act soon as this coupon expires 10/31/06.

To take advantage of this coupon, click on store link below, add items to your cart, and click on Google Checkout Button

Links to Participating Stores:  


buy.com eCost
eBags GameFly
Zales Ashford
PBS Ace Hardware
Dicks Sporting Goods FogDog
The Sports Authority CameraWorld
StarbucksStore.com iRobot

October 28th, 2006 | Permalink

Video Games by Mail: Free Ten Day Trial of GameFly

File under: Coupons and Rebates, Electronics, Game Consoles, GameFly, Games, Playstation 3

GameFly

What’s the easiest way to describe GameFly? It’s Netflix for video games.

GameFly is the leading online video game rental service. With over 4,000 titles, GameFly delivers the widest selection and availability of games for the Xbox 360, Xbox, PlayStation 3 (coming soon), PlayStation 2, Xbox, Nintendo Wii (coming soon), GameCube, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS and PSP. Games arrive by mail in a prepaid return envelope and you can keep the games for as long as you want. Once you send a game out, the next one will be shipped to you.

GameFly - How it works

You can choose between two membership plans: the first allows you to have one game at a time for $14.95 ($9.95 the first month); the second allows you to have two games at a time for $21.95 ($14.95 the first month). For a limited time, you can receive a free ten day trial of Gamefly. To redeem, click here and enter coupon code TENDAY.

If you just want to buy games for cheap (up to 50% off original price), GameFly also sells previously played games. All pre-played games are 100% guaranteed and come in their original case with manuals.

Link: Ten Free Days of GameFly. Click here and use coupon code TENDAY to redeem

October 17th, 2006 | Permalink

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