How To Find A Wii: ebay Seller Features Wii For $1, 234, 567.89
If you're still desperately searching for a Nintendo Wii to become your latest home theater addition this Christmas, you can check out the Wired Guide to scoring one
which we mentioned yesterday, or you can head over to ebay where you'll find one on sale for the very reasonable price of $1234567.89! But this isn't just any Wii, this ia a "lucky" Wii destined to bring you all the attention you need to launch your business, brand, or product to the moon. Seller 69starz69 even makes sure he justifies his use of the word "lucky" by providing a convincing explanatory Christmas tree!
This guy is good, I'm convinced.
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Posted by Justin Davey at December 5, 2007 5:39 AM
In search of wii
My search started in mid-october when my 10 year old son asked for a wii for Christmas. I knew from the start that I had to find him one because of the connection with my name. You see, my name is William Isaac Ishman with my initials being WII and my sons name being William Isaac Ishman the 2nd, WII 2. As a matter of fact my wife refers to us as wii 1 and wii 2. Every weekend in October and November my time was spent searching all stores in the city I live in, including walmart,toys r us, best buy,circuit city,comp USA and many others with no results. I spent hours standing in lines and even witnessed a fight in best buy, when two elderly men reached for the last wii. When December arrived I was about to tell my son that their would probably be no wii for Christmas this year, but first I wanted to give the online stores a try. I check all of the big box stores, always with the same results"out of stock". I ended up checking a couple of the wii tracker sites, and their it was at amazon.com "in stock". Amazon was selling the wii for $250.00 that morning. I immediately went to their site and purchased one.It was worth every penny just to see the look on my sons (wii 2) face Christmas morning. The wii trackers had really done the job for me.