You know how direct importing is a way to cut a serious chunk out of the price you pay for technology in Australia? Not for the next two days, it's not -- Harvey Norman's selling off all games at half price through its web site, undercutting its own direct import business along the way. Harvey Norman trades on the whole "crazy deals" motif, but it's not all that common for its prices to be truly exceptional. For the next day and a half, though, if you're a gamer, they are. Just to grab one example, Mario Kart 7 for 3DS is $44 through Harvey Norman's Direct Import site -- but only $29.44 through Harvey Norman itself. I know which I'd buy. [Harvey Norman]
Harvey Norman's Game Sale Is Undercutting Its Own Direct Import Site
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