Bargain Hunter: July Big W Catalogue

big-w-toy-spectacularBig W's "Toy Spectacular" is underway. And guess what? Video games are classified as toys!

Here's a selection of some of the more notable deals on offer. How'd you like a Wii, Wii Sports, DK Jungle Beat, Mario Tennis, LEGO Batman, Wii Fit and EA Sports Active all for just over five hundred bucks?

Hardware

DS Lite (handheld plus New Super Mario Bros, Carnival Games and Spongebob Drawn To Life) $218 DS Lite (handheld plus Carnival Games and Spongebob Drawn To Life) $188 DSi (handheld plus Brain Training or More Brain Training) $288 PS2 Slim (console only) $128 PS3 (console only) $648 PSP (handheld plus Harry Potter) $288 Wii (console plus Wii Sports, Donkey Kong Jungle Beat, Mario Power Tennis and either LEGO Indiana Jones or LEGO Batman) $388 Xbox 360 (60GB console plus Halo 3 and Gears of War 2) $428 Xbox 360 (Arcade console plus Sega Superstars Tennis and XBLA pack) $248 Xbox 360 Wireless Network Adaptor $98

Software

Animal Crossing: Let's Go to the City (Wii) $59 Assassin's Creed (360) $25 Assassin's Creed (PS3) $30 Bully (360) $25 Drawn To Life (DS) $24 Fight Night Round 4 (360) $78 Gears of War (360) $25 Gears of War 2 (360) $48 Ghostbusters (PS3) $88 inFamous (PS3) $88 Mario Kart (Wii) $59 Metal Gear Solid 4 (PS3) $48 Oblivion (PS3) $30 Prototype (PS3) $78 Red Faction: Guerrilla (360) $78 Red Faction: Guerrilla (PS3) $88 SingStar catalogue (PS2) $29 Super Mario Galaxy (Wii) $59 Super Paper Mario (Wii) $59 Super Smash Bros Brawl (Wii) $59 UFC 2009 Undisputed (360, PS3) $78 Wario Land (Wii) $39 Wii Fit plus EA Sports Active (Wii) $128 Wii Play plus Carnival Games (Wii) $65

If you’ve spotted any sweet gaming deals, then let the Bargain Hunter know.


Comments

    I work at BigW and can give you a heads up that the Wii bundles are selling crazy well. Every second lay-by we did was a Wii while I don't even remember selling any 360's or PS3's. Considering how much cheaper an Arcade 360 is, it makes you realise how badly the 360 is doing at gaining traction with the 'casual' crowd compared to Nintendo.

    What no PC games?

      Only a few were in the catalogue, and most of them were just OK-ish prices for World of Warcraft and its expansions.

    Wow... actually considering Xbox if its only 250... be nice to have it on the side for it's exclusives.

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