Trade-in Your Old Nintendo DS To Save On Your New 3DS On Amazon

Posted: Mar 26 2011, 8:20am CDT | by , Updated: Mar 26 2011, 12:53pm CDT, in Shopping | Gaming


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Amazon offers $100 for a Nintendo DSi XL, $75 for a DSi and $50 for a DS lite.

The new 3D Nintendo 3DS handheld console goes on sale on Sunday. The 3DS already launched in Japan a while ago and on Friday in Europe. Apparently the 3DS had the largest pre-order for a console on Amazon UK ever according to gi. Whether or not the demand for the 3DS is as crazy in the United States remains to be seen. New sales incentives on Amazon for the 3DS just days before the launch indicate more likely a situation of full warehouses.

As reported you get a $25 credit when you buy a $249.99 Nintendo 3DS on Amazon. Now Amazon also launched a trade-up program for the 3DS. If you own a DSi XL you can get a $100 gift card that can be used to pre-order the Nintendo 3DS. With that and the $25 game credit you only pay $125 for to get the latest Nintendo DS console with 3D effects that require no glasses.

For your used DSi Amazon gives you a $75 gift card and for the old DS lite you still get $50. Trade-in your DS consoles here.

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