Went on a music-game tear since the last time I was here.
Two weeks ago, Target had RB2 (disc-only) on sale for $44. I went to get it price-matched at Best Buy for the Reward Zone points. BB was doing a thing where RZ members would get a $10 gift card with RB2. So the cashier gives me the price match and gives me the gift card on top of that.
Last week, BB had a coupon for RZ members to get $20 off various Guitar Hero bundles. They had the GH: Aerosmith bundle priced at $50, so I went and grabbed one of those. Then I used my $10 gift card from the week before, so I snagged the Aerosmith game (with guitar) for $22.50 total.
Then I went to Wal-Mart and picked up their exclusive AC/DC Rock Band Track Pack. They had recently marked it down to $30 (it was originally $40). But they had a "gift set" available for the same price, which includes the game, along with a live AC/DC DVD, and an AC/DC t-shirt, so I got all that stuff for $30.
I know I've said before that I'm not too keen on the one-band-oriented music games, and I'm still not (with the exception of next year's Beatles game), but I don't feel too bad about these. The Aerosmith bundle was a steal for $23, and the AC/DC game is cool because all of those tracks can be exported into Rock Band or Rock Band 2. I'm planning on selling the gift set off once I get those tracks exported.