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Can you really return software that you purchased elsewhere to Best Buy?
01-19-2001, 11:00 PM
i know i'm new here, but i thought this was supposed to be about deals.
01-19-2001, 11:16 PM
The deals are in the Got|Deals forum.
01-19-2001, 11:22 PM
It really depends on the store. If they carry it and it was a "gift" and it is still unopen, sure try it.
It is fudging the system, if your morals are up to it, go for it :)
epojen, yeah, this is a "deals" site, but started for overclocking and reviews for computer hardware/software and we, as you can see, have OT and suckage for personal vents and fun. :)
01-20-2001, 02:05 AM
dang it. sorry i was looking at wrong sections
i thought this was deals :P
i did originally post this in deals but the moderator moved it to off topic. you seem quite confused.
01-20-2001, 01:01 PM
thank you for clarifying. i thought it was in deals, then i saw it in offtopic, so I was like umm maybe i screwed up. ok whatever
01-21-2001, 07:21 AM
If it is open, just tell them you have Win2k or Linux, and pick the blondest (No Flames) checker and most the time you could tell them you have an Apple IIe and the chick will return it.
Ok that was mean, didnt mean to slam women or blonde women at that.
Really tho, I returned some games that honestly didn't work to well, and I have returned a stack of CDr's half of which were used coasters, you just have to know who to talk to. On the other hand they wouldn't take back a legitmate return (A SB16 unopened) even with recipt.
Best bet is to sell back on Ebay, or buy a shrinkwrap machine (I didn't say that)
And how much would those shrinkwrap machines cost?
01-21-2001, 08:51 AM
The ones EA uses probably cost around 100000 bucks... A small commercial entity may get one for a grand... You on the other hand can do it for 3.95 (Saran Wrap!)
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