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Good Deal Alert: Video Games

Posted on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010 at 7:47 am
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Video games deals that are hard to beat

Video games deals that are hard to beat

GameFly just lowered their prices for video game rental plans. The two prices are the lowest that I have ever seen.

Basically, you pay a monthly fee and rent video games, holding them as long as you like. There are a 1 game out a month and a 2 game out a month plan. The regular price for these plans are $8.95 for the 1 game plan and $12.95 for the 2 game plan. The promotion gives you the new prices of $5.95 and $9.95. This is only the introductory prices for the first month, but if you first take advantage of the free trial, you can get two months for that one fee.

Here is the promotional link:

GameFly – Unlimited Rental, Free Shipping and 10 Day Free Trial!

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