I'd be careful around buying boots with the board.
Boot fit is very specific, you should try on lots of boots to get the right fit, it would be real fluke if what you're looking at had the perfect boots for you.
If you can find a shop that has some boots from last year and try to find something in your size (that really fit you properly) you could then get a pretty good deal since they're last year's boots, and the fit on the boots is most important, board and bindings are really secondary.
with the boots properly sized you could then get the rest of your setup.
For my first setup I went out and bought a spiffy board, nice bindings, and the guy selling me the stuff tossed in a pair of boots for cheap that were a half size too big. I should have cut back on board and bindings and got better fitting boots to start, when I finally go boots that fit well I realized how stupid I had been. Don't be dumb like me.