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Sony refunding Deadpool PSN price disparity

Jordan Mallory
June 27, 2013
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If you purchased Deadpool from the North American PlayStation Network, it's possible that you paid too much and will soon be receiving a refund from ol' Aunt Sony. The game, originally listed for $60, should in truth have cost $50. Affected customers will soon receive an XMB notification informing them of their impending $10 refund, according to the official PlayStation Twitter.

We wish more of the world worked this way. Like this one time, we bought a tiny paper cup of lemonade from a tiny child's ramshackle stand for 10 cents, only to discover that a different tiny child was selling equally small paper cups of lemonade at their ramshackle stand for seven cents! That first kid wouldn't price match, even after we threatened to call the Better Business Bureau! Can you believe that?



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