h.h. gregg Announces Immediate Xbox One Availability Online and In-store
Customers can now order the console at hhgregg.com with free shipping or in-store pickup
INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Appliance and electronics leader h.h. gregg (NYSE:HGG), today announces immediate availability of the Xbox One console online and in-store. The sought-after gaming console has been limited in national retail since its launch, but h.h. gregg now offers the Xbox One with free shipping online and in-store pickup at most locations.
“Free shipping and in-store pickup allow customers to conveniently purchase one of the fastest-selling consoles in history.”
“With limited quantities of Xbox One nationwide, we are striving to keep inventory up for our customers,” said Julie Lyle, chief marketing officer for h.h. gregg. “Free shipping and in-store pickup allow customers to conveniently purchase one of the fastest-selling consoles in history.”
The newest console from Microsoft, the Xbox One is among the most advanced technology in gaming. Not only is the Xbox One state-of-the-art for gaming, but the console is a full-scale entertainment hub with HD picture quality, personalized Home screens, Blu-ray capability, and on-screen web browsing.
h.h. gregg has a proven track record of providing popular products to its customers. In December, the retailer hosted its Xbox One Power Hour Giveaway, providing 12 winners with free Xbox Ones before the Christmas holiday.
Customers can now buy Xbox One online and in-store at h.h. gregg for $499.99, and additional controllers are available for $59.99. To check in-store availability in your area, visit the Xbox One page at hhgregg.com.
To learn more about h.h. gregg, order online, and find a store near you, please visit hhgregg.com.
h.h. gregg is a specialty retailer of home appliances, televisions, computers, consumer electronics, home entertainment furniture, mattresses, fitness equipment and related services operating under the name h.h. gregg™. h.h. gregg currently operates 228 stores in Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.