The Wiiconsole has never been cheaper. Nintendo cut the price to $129.99 for the new Wii Bundles. The new Wii Bundle with Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort is already on sale at select retailers like Walmart and today the Wii Just Dance 4 bundle goes on sale. BestBuy has stock of the new Wii in stores. You can order it online on BestBuy.com and then pick it up.
For some reason Amazon is not offering Wii console bundles. The listed Wii console are offers from 3rd party at high prices.
The new $129.99 Wii console bundles are great Holiday gifts and will sell well for Nintendo despite the introduction of the new Wii U. The low price is making it very attractive. We expect to see even lower prices closer to Black Friday.
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