The Nintendo 3DS price drop is now in effect with retailers battling it out to offer the cheapest price for Nintendo’s handheld.
Retail site Amazon and supermarket Tesco both have the system for just £115 – exactly 50 percent below the retailer-set RRP £229.99 that the system went to shelves with earlier this year.
Other retailers and online sites including Asda, ShopTo, Play, Morrisons and more have prices ranging from as cheap as £120 to £140.
The max price is £150 with Argos and HMV although the latter is offering a free 3DS title (choice of Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars, Rayman 3D, Asphalt 3D, Splinter Cell 3D, Rabbids 3D, and Combat of the Giants: Dinosaurs 3D) with purchases of the handheld.
Leading UK videogames retailer GAME will be offering the system for £150 in-store and £140 online.
However, DSi XL owners can trade in their large portables and pick up a Nintendo 3DS for just £49.99, or £59.99 bundled with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D.
DSi owners will be able to trade in their handhelds for the same 3DS/Ocarina 3D bundle for £99.99.
GAME is also offering £150 trade-in credit to those who purchase a
GAME will also buy back your Nintendo 3DS and Ocarina 3D, if purchased for £154.99 in-store, if you trade both items (with proof of purchase) back in before August 25.
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