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January 8, 2010

No Lie. Target Offering $99 “Video Game Set Up” Service

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Written by: Pharoh Martin
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I’ve always known Best Buy for offering overcharged services for clueless dumbasses but it seems that Target is also getting in on the action.

Video game blog Kotaku is reporting that Target will soon be offering a “Video Game Set Up” service for $99, half the price that you just paid for the console.

“No joke now; they’ll come to your house, plug it in, set up some accounts and any relevant online stuff, then leave with your $99,” they wrote.

For people stupid enough actually give up a Benjamin Franklin to have someone to come over to plug in a console, I’m offering a service where for only $300 I’ll come over, put in a game, turn it on and get you past the start screen.

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