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Walmart Offers Father’s Day Gift Ideas for Electronics Hounds

Walmart Offers Father’s Day Gift Ideas for Electronics Hounds

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By Shane McGlaun

The other day my son learned a valuable life lesson, one of those lessons that every guy learns at one point in life — girls get nicer bathrooms. One day he will learn another valuable life lesson — dads have to act like they love what you give them for Father’s Day even if it sucks.

This year don’t give dad something that sucks, Walmart has a few specials for dad’s day that any dad would be glad to get. If dad doesn’t have a Blu-ray player he would love to get the Magnavox NB500MGX Blu-ray player Walmart is offering for only $128 and you can pick up some Blu-ray movies two for $20. Even if you aren’t a dad that is a cheap price on a Blu-ray player, even if it will lack some of the newer Blu-ray features that require Internet connectivity.

If dad likes games you can get him an 80GB PS3 bundled with Quantum of Solace and MLB ’09 The Show for $399. A new TV is always nice as well and a 37-inch 720p Sanyo is going for $398, a 42-inch Vizio 1080p model can be had for $697, and a 52-inch Bravia 1080p is offered for $1,788. There are many more Father’s Day gifts on sale as well. Just stay away from the tie section.

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6 responses to “Walmart Offers Father’s Day Gift Ideas for Electronics Hounds”

  1. no_sweat says:

    PS3 prices really need to come down. Come on, HDTVs are now cheaper than PS3s… πŸ™

  2. Dads are hitech now. They surely love to receive products that are trendy and of great help to them especially electronics in nature.

  3. Dads are hitech now. They surely love to receive products that are trendy and of great help to them especially electronics in nature.

  4. Hampers says:

    Thanks for sharing the fathers day gift ideas. they were really great and innovative.

  5. Hampers says:

    42″, thats so last year….oh wait… it was πŸ™‚