Leaked Price List Shows Dick Smith Might Be Having A Ridiculous Sale [UPDATE]

Three price lists that supposedly belong to Dick Smith have been leaked, suggesting that the Aussie retailer is planning a sale bigger than anything we've seen recently.

The documents were leaked sometime today, and while they have not been confirmed as official Dick Smith price lists, Kotaku was able to match the codes of the products to their Dick Smith listing.

Among the items on sale include PSPs ($40), Xbox 360s ($100), Nintendi DSis (starting from $20), Super Smash Bro. Brawl ($15), Assassin's Creed 2 for 360 ($5), Bulletstorm ($5), Lego Harry Potter ($5), and Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 on PSP ($1).

The sale supposedly runs from April 2-11.

The documents can be viewed here: document 1 / document 2 / document 3

The sale has not been confirmed, nor can we be certain that the price lists are real, but given that the product codes match up to Dick Smith's, if someone wanted to fake this then they sure did put in a whole lot of effort.

We have contacted Dick Smith for confirmation and are currently waiting for their response.

[UPDATE: Kotaku friend VOOKS has confirmed through his sources at Dick Smith that the retailer plans to stop selling games, so the sale is an attempt to get rid of unwanted stock.]

[UPDATE 2: A number of readers who work at Dick Smith have said that the sale begins April 12]

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Comments

    I bought 8 games for about $55 today at one of the Perth stores. All $5 or $10 games. Problem was most of those were games that I'd never normally consider buying if they weren't that price. (Yoostar 2, Michael Jackson, SingStar, Avatar....) But I did get Darksiders and Dante's Inferno for $10 each, along with Fifa 11 for $5.

    Didn't see any discounted consoles at all. Very few shoppers were in that store.

    $129 Wii Plus about a dozen games for $60 including titles like LA Noire, Borderlands and Uncharted.

    Win?

    Oh and also got a whole bunch of $1-2 Wii shit as well as plus Wii party with a Wiimote for $15, then Wii Resort with the motion plus add on for the same price. My neighbour almost paid $60 for each of those games on Saturday.

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