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Nov 17 2010, 1:15am CST | by , in Shopping | Black Friday

Nintendo Wii Limited Edition Console Bundle for $180 + free shipping
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Dell Home offers the new Nintendo Wii Limited Edition Console Bundle in Red, model no. RVLSRAAK, for $199.99. Coupon code "05KRGB9F0KL7TR" knocks it to $179.99. With free shipping, that's the lowest total price we could find by $20 and tied for the best deal we've seen for this bundle. Sales tax is added where applicable. It includes the New Super Mario Bros. game, the new Wii Remote Plus Controller (which has built-in MotionPlus), Wii Nunchuk Controller, and Wii Sports. The hardware is red to mark the 25th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. Coupon ends November 18 or after 1,500 redemptions.

Black Friday 2010 Deals are already on sale and most Black Friday Ads for the actual Black Friday, Nov. 26 are already available. You can already find the best deals of the season on TVs, Laptops, Phones, GPS, Blu-ray players and other gadgets. For the hottest Black Friday deals and complete coverage of the biggest sales event of the year visit our Black Friday 2010 Hub.

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