$145 Nintendo 3DS Deal Is Better Than Black Friday At Target

Posted: Nov 20 2011, 4:35pm CST | by , in Shopping | Black Friday
Updated: Nov 20 2011, 4:37pm CST

 

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$145 Nintendo 3DS Deal is Better Than Black Friday at Target
 

Target offers the Nintendo 3DS for $24.99 less the regular price.

Target released a new Weekly Ad for the 4-Day Target Pre Black Friday Sale. This Target sale has already several deals that will not be better on the actual Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. One such deal is the $145 Nintendo 3DS. What you will see on Black Friday are two Nintendo 3DS bundles priced at $179.99 each. The Flame Red 3DS comes with Super Mario 3D Land and the Cosmo Black 3DS comes with Zelda. These are great deals if you like these games. If not the Target 3DS deal is the best deal already available today on Target.com and in Target Stores. You can save an extra 5% if you are a Target REDcard holder - works also online at Target.com.

Amazon is right now sold out of the Nintendo 3DS. There are only 3rd party offers. I would have expected that Amazon is matching Target's 3DS deal. The Nintendo 3DS is after the price cut to $169.99 last Summer the preferred choice of all DS consoles even if you do not plan to play 3D games on it. The hardware is the most future proof of the DS family.

The other video game deal that is already as good as Black Friday is the $99.99 Sony PSP Core (PSP-3000). You can grab the PSP deal already today on Target avoiding the Black Friday crowds. Browse all 4-Day Target Deals.

Target will also have a great Black Friday and Thanksgiving Day sale. Take a look at the Target Black Friday 2011 Ad now. There will be several holiday video game bundles that will go on sale on Black Friday. See the complete list in our Holiday Video Game Bundle Round-Up.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr () is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
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