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Monday, 01 December 2008 10:25

Biohazard slashes prices for Black Friday

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Free Blu-ray and savings of up to $1,000

 

Biohazard is courting holiday shoppers even in this time of crisis and it's offering significant rebates on its lineup of gaming rigs.

All Battle Box configurations will feature a free Blu-ray drive. If you go for an Annihilation system, you'll save $250, Armageddon buyers will save $500, while Nuclear Winter configurations got a $750 price drop. If you're after a top range Rapture configuration, you'll save $1,000.

However, there's a catch. The deals won't be listed on Biohazard's Website; instead, consumers will have to mention the offer when ordering and tell Biohazard where they heard about it, so there's no point in linking to the site itself.

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