Forums - Gaming Discussion - Uncharted Bundle PS4: $284.99 / (un)official tax discussion thread

just wanted to let everyone know it worked!

$349.99 - Uncharted bundle starting Oct 9th via sony's price drop.  required supervisor approval at target today because they still have it listed at $399.99.

free $50 giftcard - Target promotion ending Oct 9th on any ps4 purchase (i wanted the uncharted bundle but they had others in stock).

-$15 - I used my target card for 5% off my purchase (today and everyday, serious if you ever shop at target get one).

therefore $284.99 ps4 and free uncharted collection!!

 

 

 

+24.60 - tax.  we pay our tax after the purchase here in 'merica, stop whinning you european guys.



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"Literally giving it away at this point" ;)

Congratulations, have a lot of fun!



walsufnir said:
"Literally giving it away at this point" ;)

Congratulations, have a lot of fun!




Target done goofed up with the expiration date for the gift card deal.



kitler53 said:
walsufnir said:
"Literally giving it away at this point" ;)

Congratulations, have a lot of fun!



Come on, she is doable. But it's up to you to prefer her over a PS4



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Can't.....resolute......receipt!



I'm going to try this. Does target actually get price drop



So with tax it amounts to $309.59.

ood deal though. Congrats.

Though I always wondered why they don't include tax in the advertised price in Murica.
Is it like that for things like fruit as well?



Nice when you can use the stores promotions against themselves.

Great catch.



Hiku said:

So with tax it amounts to $309.59.

ood deal though. Congrats.

Though I always wondered why they don't include tax in the advertised price in Murica.
Is it like that for things like fruit as well?


it's for everything.  just a different system from the VAT system europe uses.  everything is taxed at purchase.  fun part is not all things are taxed at the same rate,.. beer is taxed higher than fruit for instance.  it's always a bit of a mystery what you're going to actually pay when you buy something which is what i like about the VAT system.