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Amiibo Marth £14.00 @ Amazon and sold by Fuzion

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Amiibo Marth available for £14 from Fusion via Amazon UK with free delivery Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Read More
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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Amiibo Marth available for £14 from Fusion via Amazon UK with free delivery

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#1
This is one of the three discontinued Amiibos. The other two (villager and Wii fit trainer) are £35 from this seller.
#2
Up to £20 now. Still worth it at that price considering what it's selling for elsewhere

Edited By: embmmusic on Dec 12, 2014 20:40
#3
embmmusic
Up to £20 now. Still worth it at that price considering what it's selling for elsewhere

i'm not surprised they went quick considering the price on ebay.
#4
missed out
#5
Currently in stock at gameseek for £14.99
Edit: all gone

Edited By: Scorched on Dec 12, 2014 21:33: gone
#6
Scorched
Currently in stock at gameseek for £14.99
Edit: all gone

Actually its still in stock at gameseek, as it just let me buy one.
#7
Oh, it says out of stock for me, if ordered it will be dispatched within 7 days
2 Likes #8
I love how people still think these are being discontinued.
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hotukpanicbuying
#10
Well Nintendo have now said that they are
#11
embmmusic
Well Nintendo have now said that they are


No they haven't.

http://t.joystiq.com/all/2014-12-11-nintendo-issues-further-statement-on-amiibo-shortage#1
#12
I think they are referring to the more popular characters that have sold out in a number of places. Either way, if they come back they come back. We won't know for sure until they do.

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