Just wanted to make a note to everyone. I took a look at their site, and its pretty good. Most places are selling games like this 5-10 dollars more! I also looked at BuyBooks.Com too....prices are definetly cheaper than Amazon.Com...Any feedback on them? Any info would be nice
Best place to buy.
Spent loads on hardware.
From 21" monitors to 10-pack Zips ($42.)
Got SoundBlaster Live for $118 shipped when it first came out.
Never had a problem.
Always order ground. It comes in no more then two days. Some times the next day (to here anyway.)
Incredible. Nothing but good things to say.
Buy stock if/when they go public.
Well, their prices aren't ALWAYS the cheapest- using comparison shopping will usually be pretty helpful. If you want to buy a particular game, compare the prices between buygames.com, gamedealer.com, and Case's Store - http://www.igl.net/template/store.shtml - since they usually offer the lowest prices. Write the lowest price down between those- it's probably the best you'll find. But just to be sure, run a search on: shopper.com, computershopper.com, and bottomdollar.com. If you know of any further sites to help find the lowest prices on games (and I mean LEGALLY), please tell me! =)
One more thing: Case's Store is actually Chips & Bits. The URL I gave earlier just goes to the Hot Sellers list. For the actual store, go to: http://www.cdmag.com/cgi-bin/order.cbi_home?source=81127
It's less expensive than Chips&Bits. Here's a good place to compare. C&B is among the listings too. Hope you like the link.
For all types of price comparisons:
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