More retailers drop Nintendo 3DS price

Darren Allan

February 4, 2011

More movement has been seen from retailers on the 3DS price, and in the right direction – downwards.

Nintendo’s 3D handheld has an RRP of £230, and many retailers fielded the device at that level initially.

Then seriously broke ranks with a limited offer of the 3DS for £200. That was followed not long after by Amazon dropping its price tag to £202.

And now other retailers are hitting the £200 barrier, or just under, as Sainsbury’s and Dixons have dropped their asking price to £200 and £199 respectively.

Apparently the Sainsbury’s offer is time-limited, like, and the slight catch with Dixons is that the company are asking for a tenner deposit.

It seems unlikely that prices are going to dip further beyond the £200 range, although there’s still time yet, as the 3DS isn’t out until March 25th.


Comments in chronological order (1 comment)

  1. James says:

    Not good enough. The 3DS isn’t worth more than £200, and to be honest, should be less than that, considering the UK has to pay more than every other country which is unfair.

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