3DS price roundup, this time including GAME

Tomorrow is 3DS price cut day, and MCV has the complete run-down of all the deals that can be had on the High Street.

So far the lowest price out there is Tesco‘s unbelievable 115 offer. It must be noted, though, that despite pictures of in-store POS carrying the price, Tesco themselves have refused to confirm it to MCV, so the slim possibility of it being untrue still remains.

Hot on the heels of Tesco we have Morrisons,who will be selling 3DS for a still hugely impressive 119.99. Sainsbury’s is planning at 139.99 price, while Asda is planning to sell the machine for 134.99 in-store and online.

The only online retailer to reveal its hand is GameStop.co.uk, which will be selling 3DS for 134.97.

GAME stands somewhat alone at the moment with MCV able to confirm that it will be selling the console in-store for 149.99. It will also offer a bundle including a copy of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D for 159.99.

This same bundle will be available on GAME’s website for 154.99. If purchased online it will also be available under the Play Now Trade Later deal. Any customer who returns it to a GAME store by August 25th will have 150 credited to their account, meaning the console and game effectively cost 4.99 for two weeks.

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