They've very slowly been raising the percent off on stuff as the liquidation company that now owns them comes to an end of that process (which I learned is March 21st.) On most stuff where CC had rebates and soft sales that came and went, the percent was off on the original MSRP which most stores never charge so the shit was overpriced!
Thing is, stuff now in the stores are 20-50% off depending what it is. Stuff like computers, tvs, and other larger things are 20-25%, video games and accessories on those are 30%, and a few things are in that 40-50% range like car audio and satellite radios.
Well video games I noted were that, and well the consoles are 20% off, and I asked (when I learned of the close date) if they'd go lower and they were told no. It makes sense as the liquidation company is in it for profit so after that rate they'll ship that crap back, take the restock loss to the company, and profit more. Well knowing what I find out about gaming that Playstation 3 that's $400 isn't going to see $300 for a long while, so I grabbed one for $320. :D I got out the door w/tax at $400 and got 2 games, and a component cable for $405 ...less than the console itself if you slap the tax on.
Just now got back from ditching some older DS games and a few others and got mass credit and picked up 4 more PS3 games too so now I got a little library to mess around with.
Now's the time to check as they keep the stuff in back and they do keep all 3 model of 360s too and even refurbs of the arcade and pro too and with the reduction you can get one at a damn fine price if you were ever on the edge.