Amazon Gives $50 Credit to HD DVD Player Purchasers

From an email I, a lucky Xbox 360 HD DVD drive owner, received:

As someone who purchased an HD DVD player from us before February 23, 2008,* you might like to hear about a special offer available from Amazon.com.

New technologies don’t always work out as planned. We at Amazon.com value our customer relationships more than anything and would like to support customers who purchased these players by offering a credit good for $50 off any products sold by Amazon.com.** Just use promotional code [redacted] when checking out. The code is valid through April 9, 2009, so you have plenty of time to use your credit. Purchases from third-party merchants on our site are not eligible

I’ll take it. I’d already made my peace with my stupid purchase, so this is just free money.

PreviouslyWal-Mart Refunding HD DVD Player Purchased Made After Nov. 1 [BBG]

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6 Responses to Amazon Gives $50 Credit to HD DVD Player Purchasers

  1. krayyy says:

    where can i find this code? i bought one before then, but don’t see the details for this…!?

  2. dculberson says:

    Hmm.. I bought then returned one before then. I wonder if I’ll still get this email? ;-)

  3. mappo says:

    Dang! I hope buy.com jumps on this bandwagon as well, since that’s where I bought my xbox hddvd drive last fall.

  4. sagefool1975 says:

    I didn’t get the email but I email amazon customer support and they told me it had been applied directly to my account for the hd-dvd player I had purchased april 2007. And sure enough it shows up in the checkout process at amazon (for items it applies to.)

  5. boingperch says:

    So do those of us who bought blu-ray get a $50 your-side-won certificate?

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