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The Source by Circuit City Dealer

The Source: Xbox 360 Wireless Controller with Play and Charge Kit $44.99 (Reg. $69.99)

The Source: Xbox 360 Wireless Controller with Kit
This deal has expired! This deal has expired!

Here's a pretty sweet Xbox 360 controller deal posted by forum user c613m. For a limited time, the Source has put the Xbox 360 Wireless Controller with Play and Charge Kit on sale for $44.99 -- down from $69.99 and a good price for those looking to pick up a spare controller. Normally, you're looking to pay a lot more for the combo so now would be a good time to pick it up if your friends have been on you to purchase another controller for multiplayer purposes.

We've seen many controller deals popup lately, but this is one of the better ones available as the play and charge kit is really a necessity during extended gaming sessions. Just a heads up, the kit does not make this a wired controller for use with Windows PCs. The included cord is for recharging only, a shame because we would have liked to see the cord do double duty. Either way, this is a good price for both the controller and the recharge kit.

The deal is live now but expires on January 3. Online stock is currently sold out but should still be available in-store.

Source: c613m via the Hot Deals Forum

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    • c613m
    • I find other rechargeables all the same. It's a battery. They work
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    • cheapbastage
    • You need the charging station for the official Microsoft ones. You have to remove the battery back to charge unless you have the charge and play. Eneloops would work to but it would cost you an extra 10 seconds. :-)
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    • plastikboy
    • If only this worked with Windows... Alas even with the USB connected, this model uses a wireless connection, the USB is simply for charging. Unless someone knows of a deal on a wireless reciever for Windows.
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    • johnvan
    • If only this worked with Windows... Alas even with the USB connected, this model uses a wireless connection, the USB is simply for charging. Unless someone knows of a deal on a wireless reciever for Windows.
      I just picked one up on ebay for under $10, came from China but it works.
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    • Eternia
    • Better off selling the play & charge kit and putting that money towards Eneloops (and a charger if you don't have one). Far better batteries than whatever is included in the kit and you don't have to worry about the build quality of the charge cable which is suspect at best.
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    • tmpz
    • Better off selling the play & charge kit and putting that money towards Eneloops (and a charger if you don't have one). Far better batteries than whatever is included in the kit and you don't have to worry about the build quality of the charge cable which is suspect at best.
      +1. Those batteries don't come close to what Eneloops can offer.
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    • c613m
    • Well, I didn't think this would turn into a battle of the better batteries since it was meant as a Controller + Play and Charge kit thread. The controller itself is worth a good chunk, and they are great. I haven't had any issues with the play and charge kit I've owned over a year.

      But anyway. Take this thread as you wish!
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    • Fantaz
    • If you wait, I bet there will better deals on this soon. Just saying.
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    • Xon
    • If only this worked with Windows... Alas even with the USB connected, this model uses a wireless connection, the USB is simply for charging. Unless someone knows of a deal on a wireless receiver for Windows.
      Take your pick, $11.20 USD, includes shipping:

      http://dx.com/p/pc-wireless-gaming-r...r-black-129230
      http://dx.com/p/designer-s-pc-wirele...r-black-129239
      http://dx.com/p/designer-s-pc-wirele...te-grey-129240
      http://dx.com/p/pc-wireless-gaming-r...te-grey-129241


      I bought an original Microsoft Wireless Receiver back in the days when microsoft actually sold them separately. The fuse inside it died (a common issue apparently). I wasn't about to buy a whole other controller just to get another receiver.

      I've bought 2 of them from dx so far, one has a slightly wonky cable, I might ask dx for a replacement but it's manageable. They come with their own drivers that should work ok, but if you use winrar to extract the files from the official MS wireless driver installer, you can use the windows device manager to install the official drivers (I should make a guide sometime)

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