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Play-Asia sale: 20 percent off items paid with Visa card


12:20 PM on 08.31.2009
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Importer Play-Asia is running a pretty good sale right now. Pay for your purchases with a Visa card, and you'll see that 20 percent has been taken off your total.  This is, of course, a promotion that they're running in cooperation with Visa.

This deal is good through September 6th, and is valid for all in-stock items, save for ones that have been added to the inventory in the last 30 days. That means that anything new is going to cost you the full price. There's still a ton of great stuff available, though. I mean, you could even get High School Musical 3: Senior Year with the dance mat for only $28! No, really though; there's some great ideas in the Top 100 Sellers list. Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne for $35.92? Nice.






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