Walmart Already Offers Nintendo 2DS For $79 With A Caveat

Posted: May 12 2016, 1:05am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


Walmart Already Offers Nintendo 2DS for $79 with a Caveat

Nintendo announced a $20 price cut for the Nintendo 2DS on May 12 that will be in effect on May 20.

Walmart sells the Nintendo 2DS for $79 ahead of the announced price-cut. Yesterday Nintendo cut the price of the Nintendo 2DS by $20 to $79.99. The new lower price will be effective starting May 20 said the announcement.

Walmart is already now, a week ahead of schedule, offering the Nintendo 2DS for $79. There is though a caveat with Walmart's deal. The offered electric blue and crimson read 2DS consoles do not come with Mario Kart 7. I recommend to wait until May 20th and look for the 2DS bundled with Mario Kart 7. Only then you get the full benefits of the new low price of the 2DS.

Mario Kart 7 for the 3DS/2DS is a $29.99 value, you don't want to miss that when purchasing a Nintendo 2DS at the new lower price.

Nintendo said in the announcement that some systems come pre-installed with Mario Kart 7 racing game. This means that retailers will offer like, Walmart does already, Nintendo 2DS consoles without a free game for the $79.99 price.

Mario Kart 7 2DS bundles are available with the Crimson Red 2DS, Electric Blue 2DS and Sea Green 2DS. The Nintendo 2DS offers access to the library of over 2,100 Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo eShop games in 2D. Designed for your family The new Nintendo 2DS system gives you all the features of the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS XL, minus 3D viewing. 

Via Walmart.

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