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Black Friday Xbox 360 S deal at GameStop is “free” after rebate

Black Friday Xbox 360 S deal at GameStop is

Welcome back to 2010

Every year or so, GameStop clears out their old inventory of “Premium Refurbished” console systems. This year, they are offering the 2010 Xbox 360 S console system for $69.99. What’s really noteworthy and make this a Black Friday worthy deal is that GameStop is offering a rebate in the form of a $69.99 VISA prepaid card – making the purchase essentially “free” (after tax).

The deal runs from today through Black Friday and isn’t valid in Connecticut and Rhode Island (in stores anyways). The system includes an Xbox 360 wireless controller. Details to claim your rebate will be emailed to you 2 business days after your order ships. (We’ve also posted the terms and condition below for those interested).

Xbox 360 S 4GB Black Friday Deal

Terms of this rebate deal:

Offer valid 11/22 – 11/23/18 only. Offer not valid in Connecticut and Rhode Island. Receive a $69.99 Visa Prepaid Card with the purchase of a 4GB Slim Model Pre-Owned Xbox 360 at participating GameStop stores or on GameStop.com only. Not valid toward New Xbox 360 models. Must be submitted or postmarked by 30 days from the date of purchase. Your sales receipt is required to qualify for the rebate. To submit your rebate, please visit www.GameStopRebates.com and enter the offer number printed on the receipt. Please allow 6-8 weeks for rebate processing. Limit 2 rebates per customer. Offer valid for U.S. residents only. Cannot be combined with any other offer. See store associate for more details. No dealers. GameStop, Inc. reserves the right to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the offer for any reason without notice. The Visa Prepaid Card is issued by MetaBank®, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A., Inc. Terms and Conditions apply to the card. Cards can be used anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted

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