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It’s not too late to be among the first to play the long-anticipated Microsoft Xbox® One and Sony PlayStation®4.  Since, Saturday, August 24, customers have been able to visit Walmart stores nationwide to pre-order the console of their choice. Customers are encouraged to secure the pre-order early as quantities are limited.

 “We know millions of our customers can’t wait to get their hands on the Xbox One and PS4,” said Laura Phillips, senior vice president of Entertainment for Walmart U.S. “As the current market share leader in video game hardware and accessories, customers can trust Walmart to have the latest gaming consoles and new releases available at a great low price.”

If you are looking to cop one of these next gen babies, customers simply need to see an associate in the Electronics department and take the following steps to secure the PS4 or Xbox® One:

  • ·         Provide a 10 percent down payment – $40 for PS4 and $50 for Xbox One.
  • ·         Make payments over time or in full when the console becomes available.
  • ·         Pick up the console on the launch date. Walmart will hold pre-ordered consoles for customers wanting more time to pay it off until December 13, 2013.

 

The Xbox® One Day One Edition Console for $499.00 includes an Xbox One System, Kinect, Day One Commemorative Edition Controller, an Exclusive Achievement and Special Edition Packaging. The PS4 console for $399.00 includes a PlayStation® 4 System, DualShock 4 Controller and Wired Mono Headset. Walmart will also offer customers the option to reserve extra controllers and select games such as Forza 5, Deadrising 3, Ryse, Killzone, Knack and Driveclub for $59.96 each.

For more information please visit your local Walmart store.

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It’s not too late to be among the first to play the long-anticipated Microsoft Xbox® One and Sony PlayStation®4.  Since, Saturday, August 24, customers have been able to visit Walmart stores nationwide to pre-order the console of their choice. Customers are encouraged to secure the pre-order early as quantities are limited.

 “We know millions of our customers can’t wait to get their hands on the Xbox One and PS4,” said Laura Phillips, senior vice president of Entertainment for Walmart U.S. “As the current market share leader in video game hardware and accessories, customers can trust Walmart to have the latest gaming consoles and new releases available at a great low price.”

If you are looking to cop one of these next gen babies, customers simply need to see an associate in the Electronics department and take the following steps to secure the PS4 or Xbox® One:

  • ·         Provide a 10 percent down payment – $40 for PS4 and $50 for Xbox One.
  • ·         Make payments over time or in full when the console becomes available.
  • ·         Pick up the console on the launch date. Walmart will hold pre-ordered consoles for customers wanting more time to pay it off until December 13, 2013.

 

The Xbox® One Day One Edition Console for $499.00 includes an Xbox One System, Kinect, Day One Commemorative Edition Controller, an Exclusive Achievement and Special Edition Packaging. The PS4 console for $399.00 includes a PlayStation® 4 System, DualShock 4 Controller and Wired Mono Headset. Walmart will also offer customers the option to reserve extra controllers and select games such as Forza 5, Deadrising 3, Ryse, Killzone, Knack and Driveclub for $59.96 each.

For more information please visit your local Walmart store.

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Walmart Taking Xbox One And Playstation 4 Pre-Orders Nationwide

By Anthony Dows | 08/22/2013 03:06 PM PT | Updated 08/22/2013 03:20 PM PT

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It’s not too late to be among the first to play the long-anticipated Microsoft Xbox® One and Sony PlayStation®4.  Since, Saturday, August 24, customers have been able to visit Walmart stores nationwide to pre-order the console of their choice. Customers are encouraged to secure the pre-order early as quantities are limited.

 “We know millions of our customers can’t wait to get their hands on the Xbox One and PS4,” said Laura Phillips, senior vice president of Entertainment for Walmart U.S. “As the current market share leader in video game hardware and accessories, customers can trust Walmart to have the latest gaming consoles and new releases available at a great low price.”

If you are looking to cop one of these next gen babies, customers simply need to see an associate in the Electronics department and take the following steps to secure the PS4 or Xbox® One:

  • ·         Provide a 10 percent down payment – $40 for PS4 and $50 for Xbox One.
  • ·         Make payments over time or in full when the console becomes available.
  • ·         Pick up the console on the launch date. Walmart will hold pre-ordered consoles for customers wanting more time to pay it off until December 13, 2013.

 

The Xbox® One Day One Edition Console for $499.00 includes an Xbox One System, Kinect, Day One Commemorative Edition Controller, an Exclusive Achievement and Special Edition Packaging. The PS4 console for $399.00 includes a PlayStation® 4 System, DualShock 4 Controller and Wired Mono Headset. Walmart will also offer customers the option to reserve extra controllers and select games such as Forza 5, Deadrising 3, Ryse, Killzone, Knack and Driveclub for $59.96 each.

For more information please visit your local Walmart store.

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It’s not too late to be among the first to play the long-anticipated Microsoft Xbox® One and Sony PlayStation®4.  Since, Saturday, August 24, customers have been able to visit Walmart stores nationwide to pre-order the console of their choice. Customers are encouraged to secure the pre-order early as quantities are limited.

 “We know millions of our customers can’t wait to get their hands on the Xbox One and PS4,” said Laura Phillips, senior vice president of Entertainment for Walmart U.S. “As the current market share leader in video game hardware and accessories, customers can trust Walmart to have the latest gaming consoles and new releases available at a great low price.”

If you are looking to cop one of these next gen babies, customers simply need to see an associate in the Electronics department and take the following steps to secure the PS4 or Xbox® One:

  • ·         Provide a 10 percent down payment – $40 for PS4 and $50 for Xbox One.
  • ·         Make payments over time or in full when the console becomes available.
  • ·         Pick up the console on the launch date. Walmart will hold pre-ordered consoles for customers wanting more time to pay it off until December 13, 2013.

 

The Xbox® One Day One Edition Console for $499.00 includes an Xbox One System, Kinect, Day One Commemorative Edition Controller, an Exclusive Achievement and Special Edition Packaging. The PS4 console for $399.00 includes a PlayStation® 4 System, DualShock 4 Controller and Wired Mono Headset. Walmart will also offer customers the option to reserve extra controllers and select games such as Forza 5, Deadrising 3, Ryse, Killzone, Knack and Driveclub for $59.96 each.

For more information please visit your local Walmart store.

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Average gamer/disabled worker turned into a freelance extraordinaire. From YouTube, AntDaGamer.Com as well as other channels, ADG Wrestling Games Network & ADG Man Cave. Twitch & Wordpress and of course right here on EGM. I showcase games, gameplay, and bio my history and opinions of video games. Find me on Twitter @AntDaGamer