NEW Nintendo 3DS XL Console Pokémon Sun and Moon Edition £154 (No Game Included) @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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NEW Nintendo 3DS XL Console Pokémon Sun and Moon Edition £154.00 (No Game Included) @ Amazon

£154.00 @ Amazon
• This New Nintendo 3DS XL celebrates the launch of Pokémon Sun and Moon on Nintendo 3DS • Enjoy amiibo functionality with titles like Super Smash Bros. and other for Nintendo 3DS thanks to built-i…
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5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago
• This New Nintendo 3DS XL celebrates the launch of Pokémon Sun and Moon on Nintendo 3DS

• Enjoy amiibo functionality with titles like Super Smash Bros. and other for Nintendo 3DS thanks to built-in NFC

• Experience more comfortable 3D viewing and get the best image possible with enhanced 3D technology

• A second analogue stick and two extra shoulder buttons make for a superior gaming experience

• Enhanced processing power means significantly faster loading times, download speeds, and browsing

• Maximise your gaming experience: the New Nintendo 3DS XL features the biggest screen of any 3DS to date

• Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon are sold separately
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5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago
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#1
Why cold?! Bloody bargain!
#2
sicpuppy
Why cold?! Bloody bargain!
I have no idea, this is a good price.
#3
Even with the £7 extra cost of the charger this is nearly £20 cheaper than my Nintendo order. Thank you. :)
1 Like #4
I don't understand why they don't include the game with the system.
Maybe because they know anyone buying this special edition will definitely buy the game on top?
1 Like #5
£7.70 off with student prime.
3 Likes #6
K1LLER HORNET
I don't understand why they don't include the game with the system.
Maybe because they know anyone buying this special edition will definitely buy the game on top?

Aimed at milking collectors and scalpers. Neither of which need the game.
#7
£139 Flubit. Much heat from me.
banned#8
Nintendo could at least include a digital copy of the new Pokémon Sun/Moon game. Heat regardless.
#9
DannGo
£139 Flubit. Much heat from me.
I wouldn't risk flubit with a preorder.
#10
Fo3
DannGo
£139 Flubit. Much heat from me.
I wouldn't risk flubit with a preorder.

That's a very good point. This is just one of those items where i'm like, if I get it I get it, if not, no big deal :)
[helper][HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #11
Great price FD. I'm sure somebody has switched the effects of the hot/cold buttons lately.
#12
Lovely! Cancelling my Tesco preorder for this. Have some heat.
#13
BuzzDuraband
Great price FD. I'm sure somebody has switched the effects of the hot/cold buttons lately.
Everyone should try and remove cookies. :{
#14
This site boggles my mind sometimes, cheapest price but cold sigh.
1 Like #15
FantasyDeals
BuzzDuraband
Great price FD. I'm sure somebody has switched the effects of the hot/cold buttons lately.
Everyone should try and remove cookies. :{
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Heat added mate. :)
#16
DannGo
K1LLER HORNET
I don't understand why they don't include the game with the system.
Maybe because they know anyone buying this special edition will definitely buy the game on top?
Aimed at milking collectors and scalpers. Neither of which need the game.
"Milking" is not the right term. Unfortunately this site has a very very limited number of categories for people to put their deals on. I wish there was a separate section for "collector's edition" stuff here so that gamers would never confuse between deals. Collecting stuff is not a new hobby. This is a good read from Wikipedia. Might help thinking differently about collectors as they always get hate here...

"Collecting is a practice with a very old cultural history. The Egyptian Ptolemaic dynasty collected books from all over the known world at the Library of Alexandria. The Medici family, in Renaissance Florence, made the first effort to collect art by private patronage, this way artists could be free for the first time from the money given by the Church and Kings; this citizenship tradition continues today with the work of private art collectors. Many of the world's popular museums—from the Metropolitan in New York City to the Thyssen in Madrid or the Franz Mayer in Mexico City—have collections formed by the generous collectors that donated them to be seen by the general public.

The collecting hobby is a modern descendant of the "cabinet of curiosities" which was common among scholars with the means and opportunities to acquire unusual items from the 16th century onwards. Planned collecting of ephemeral publications goes back at least to George Thomason in the reign of Charles I and Samuel Pepys in that of Charles II. Collecting engravings and other prints by those whose means did not allow them to buy original works of art also goes back many centuries. The progress in 18th-century Paris of collecting both works of art and of curiosité, dimly echoed in the English curios, and the origins in Paris, Amsterdam and London of the modern art market have been increasingly well documented and studied since the mid-19th century.
The involvement of larger numbers of people in collecting activities comes with the prosperity and increased leisure for some in the later 19th century in industrial countries. That is when collecting such items as antique china, furniture and decorative items from oriental countries becomes established.
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banned#17
BuzzDuraband
Great price FD. I'm sure somebody has switched the effects of the hot/cold buttons lately.
You're experiencing the joy of users abusing the 'cold' button.
#18
Good find matey!
#19
Collectors are just fools who pay x5 of the value from the fact scalpers have hoarded copies or stashed 'em.
1 Like #20
Orange and Black console 11th November preorder is now same price

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