Major retailers cut 3DS price

More retailers have cut the price of the Nintendo 3DS ahead of its March launch.

Sainsbury’s has listed the handheld console at 199.99 on its website – which comes with 1,000 nectar points – while Dixons is selling it for 199. The latter is charging buyers a 10 deposit.

Last week GAME lowered its 3DS price to 219.99 from 229.99. It is also selling bundles ranging from 239.99 to 249.99.

However, Sainsbury’s 199.99 price tag is a limited offer – similar to ShopTo’s temporary 199.85 pre-order price.

Asda is also currently selling 3DS games for 29.91 each.

The Nintendo 3DS goes on sale in the UK on March 25th.

Latest 3DS price round-up:

Amazon: 202

Play: 202

Asda: 217.00

Sainsbury’s: 199.99

Dixons: 199

ShopTo 199.85 (temp)

Zavvi: 217.85

GAME: 219.99

HMV: 219.99

Argos: 219.99 (with gift vouchers and an accessories kit worth 20)

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