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Nintendo eShop sale: Sonic Sale 2017 (3DS/Wii U)

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Until 23:59 (UK time) on 29/06/2017, the following games are on sale: Nintendo 3DS family systems... 3D Sonic the Hedgehog £2.04 (-50%) 3D Sonic The Hedgehog 2 £2.24 (-50%) Sonic & All-Stars… Read More
Until 23:59 (UK time) on 29/06/2017, the following games are on sale: Nintendo 3DS family systems... 3D Sonic the Hedgehog £2.04 (-50%) 3D Sonic The Hedgehog 2 £2.24 (-50%) Sonic & All-Stars…
dr_spaceman Avatar7h, 14m agoFound 7 hours, 14 minutes ago16 Comments
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Sorry about the original image oO Here it is much smaller...
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BuzzDuraband
Squeenix don't like putting Final Fantasy on sale, and Nintendo have a clear evasion of reducing anything Mario related. But here we are, Nintendo have Sega titles on sale :( The sad result of the fantastic gaming wars of the 90s. Heat added man, appreciate the share.


After all these years I still find it strange playing Sonic on Nintendo :( Still dream about Sega returning to the console market!
malachi
Zellith
Sonic generations 7.99? *opens wallet*
Worth it on the 3DS

Well if you ask me it could have done with a lot more classic levels as well as a greater emphasis on the handheld titles especially the 'Advance' games. Really lame that they did the pseudo over the shoulder 3D aspect view for the modern levels too. Can't the 3DS handle GameCube quality graphics!?
More likely to promote sonic mania coming out in august.
ChrisIW
warlockuk
Shame there's nothing for Switch
You're joking right? It'll be about 3 years before the first Switch sale, and even then there won't be any "proper" Nintendo games on sale.
Nah, three months in you'd expect some of the toss-off products to be up there. Considering they're doing that wierd free year of subscription service thing, just *something* that attaches to that.
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Nintendo Switch - In Stock, £279.99 with Free Delivery @ nintendo

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£279.99 @ Nintendo Official UK Store
One per customer Nintendo Switch is a breakthrough home video game console. It not only connects to a TV at home, but it also instantly transforms into an on-the-go handheld using its 6.2-inch scree… Read More
One per customer Nintendo Switch is a breakthrough home video game console. It not only connects to a TV at home, but it also instantly transforms into an on-the-go handheld using its 6.2-inch scree…
itsroberth Avatar11h, 51m agoFound 11 hours, 51 minutes ago3 Comments
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ordered the mark kart bundle, although dispatch is estimated 30/6
All these places getting stock and I'm stuck at very waiting for my preorder... Weird how all the stock recently just seems to be for neon too.
Not really a deal...
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Splatoon 2 Nintendo Switch (£39.55 - The Game Collection)

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£39.55 @ The Game Collection
Use code - E3HANGOVER (Game out July 21st) INK SPLATTING ACTION IS BACK AND FRESHER THAN EVER IN SPLATOON 2 Get hyped for the sequel to the hit game about splatting ink and claiming turf, as the s… Read More
Use code - E3HANGOVER (Game out July 21st) INK SPLATTING ACTION IS BACK AND FRESHER THAN EVER IN SPLATOON 2 Get hyped for the sequel to the hit game about splatting ink and claiming turf, as the s…
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BIGUSHEADUS
foxxes
BIGUSHEADUS
Just wait for the amazon prime now discount everyone! 10NOW40
Not "everyone" can get prime now.
Anyone can set up another account and run the prime trial.
Yea I forgot that it's mainly available in urban areas only; I can get a bit solipsistic sometimes when trying to help people, oh well.

Edited By: BIGUSHEADUS on Jun 24, 2017 13:50
thesinstar
Will amazon ever lower its price?
I'm wondering the same as i pre ordered with them for £45 in the hope that they lower the price but it seems like that isn't going to happen so i will probably cancel and take up one of these deals.
BIGUSHEADUS
foxxes
BIGUSHEADUS
Just wait for the amazon prime now discount everyone! 10NOW40
Not "everyone" can get prime now.
Anyone can set up another account and run the prime trial.

Prime Now isn't available where I live, nor is it available in lots of other places!!!!!
Foley2001_uk
take payment upfront or on dispatch?


When I used them, they took it on e day of dispatch.
Shame I already pre ordered Spatoon on Very, or I would have done this. The game collection were good last time I used them.
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Super Mario Odyssey £42.25 with code @ The Game Collection

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code E3HANGOVER 10% off all preorders Read More
code E3HANGOVER 10% off all preorders
jco83 Avatar1d, 14h agoFound 1 day, 14 hours ago35 Comments
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frish
schnide

Paying a premium for Nintendo catching up to visual quality? What? Bang for buck, games work out better per hour. I don't see how you can dispute this.
What you need to bear in mind is that development costs are going up with every generation but games still cost the same as they always have. Sometimes less.
If the price points aren't good for you, you don't have to game, but you simply can't claim that on average games aren't relatively good value for money. They are, pure and simple.
The thing is that you're using a very precise comparison to favour nintendo. I'm comparing them to other platforms. For example, The Witcher 3, super hyped game, looks better and people have got so many hours out of it, yet it costs half as much. Nintendo aren't the only ones spending time to make quality games, but you pay more for the hardware and more for the software. Personally I want a switch, but I don't want to pay extra for the privilege. After all, it's not like nintendo makes premium products.

Yes because comparing them to other platforms is spot on. Firstly you can't play the other platforms on the go secondly the switch has only been out a few months. PS4 and Xbox One games were being advertised at £50-£60 when first released years ago.

Again you're wrong saying your are paying more for the hardware if you actually use the prices the consoles launched at.
schnide

Paying a premium for Nintendo catching up to visual quality? What? Bang for buck, games work out better per hour. I don't see how you can dispute this.
What you need to bear in mind is that development costs are going up with every generation but games still cost the same as they always have. Sometimes less.
If the price points aren't good for you, you don't have to game, but you simply can't claim that on average games aren't relatively good value for money. They are, pure and simple.
The thing is that you're using a very precise comparison to favour nintendo. I'm comparing them to other platforms. For example, The Witcher 3, super hyped game, looks better and people have got so many hours out of it, yet it costs half as much. Nintendo aren't the only ones spending time to make quality games, but you pay more for the hardware and more for the software. Personally I want a switch, but I don't want to pay extra for the privilege. After all, it's not like nintendo makes premium products.

I do game and have done since I was very little since we had a snes. I don't need a nintendo console in order to game... I have had every nintendo handheld generation though did find it harder justifying a 3ds until I got an XL for £120. I've also wanted a Wii U but also couldn't justify it which makes me worry about nintendo even though I did find value getting a preowned version when they announced the switch. I think you're exaggerating development costs too, BotW was designed for Wii U, Mario kart 8 is already for the Wii U, Splatoon 2 doesn't seem to be a huge leap over the first one. It's only now that we're starting to see more unique titles and as I said, other platforms have been facing the same general development costs for years. When I have the choice of 2-3 solid games or 1 solid game, I'm likely going to side with the former option.

Edited By: frish on Jun 24, 2017 21:40
frish
schnide
frish
teh.arn
This isn't a copy of Fifa 17 that is going to drop to £1 the second a new game comes out.Look up the prices of pretty much all past Nintendo first party games.They hold their value pretty well.
Still doesn't justify the price. Personally I don't want to resell games to make them affordable.
That's crazy talk when you think about the value you get out of a game compared to a cinema ticket.
Some people are prepared to pay £10 to see dross like Transformers for two hours but complain about £40 for a game that will usually easily see you for 10+ hours of entertainment.
Edit: Just saw that wingman0401 made the same point! :)
I completely disagree. A lot of those films have huge budgets (as do big budget games) but often costs many times less. They don't last as long, but that's not what you're paying for. While Super Mario Odyssey does look like a fun game, it should also be noted that you're still paying premium for nintendo catching up to the same visual quality as other platforms have been doing for many years. Of course visuals aren't everything but I don't think these games should cost this much when using a code. I've bought quality Wii U and PC games for less than half the price or even much less. My point isn't what people should or shouldn't spend their money on, but merely that I think nintendo should reconsider their pricing.
frish
schnide
frish
[quote=teh.arn] This isn't a copy of Fifa 17 that is going to drop to £1 the second a new game comes out.Look up the prices of pretty much all past Nintendo first party games.They hold their value pretty well.
Still doesn't justify the price. Personally I don't want to resell games to make them affordable.
That's crazy talk when you think about the value you get out of a game compared to a cinema ticket.
Some people are prepared to pay £10 to see dross like Transformers for two hours but complain about £40 for a game that will usually easily see you for 10+ hours of entertainment.
Edit: Just saw that wingman0401 made the same point! :)
I completely disagree. A lot of those films have huge budgets (as do big budget games) but often costs many times less. They don't last as long, but that's not what you're paying for. While Super Mario Odyssey does look like a fun game, it should also be noted that you're still paying premium for nintendo catching up to the same visual quality as other platforms have been doing for many years. Of course visuals aren't everything but I don't think these games should cost this much when using a code. I've bought quality Wii U and PC games for less than half the price or even much less. My point isn't what people should or shouldn't spend their money on, but merely that I think nintendo should reconsider their pricing.
foxxes
hellblazer32
Really don't understand how £40+ for a game is a good deal?
EDIT: Good price in terms of its the cheapest its been. But I think its too expensive still.
frish
teh.arn
This isn't a copy of Fifa 17 that is going to drop to £1 the second a new game comes out.Look up the prices of pretty much all past Nintendo first party games.They hold their value pretty well.
Still doesn't justify the price. Personally I don't want to resell games to make them affordable.
Here, here. Lets petition for them to bring back the good old days of N64 pricing. £60 a game, bargain.
Well I was comparing it to today's standard instead of a time when gaming was much smaller than it is today. Frankly £50 of switch games they generally cost isn't really that different from what your "petition" asks for, especially with BotW online downloads cost £60. I personally don't think nintendo are competitive in the console market. If they adjust it, I will change my mind.

Paying a premium for Nintendo catching up to visual quality? What? Bang for buck, games work out better per hour. I don't see how you can dispute this.

What you need to bear in mind is that development costs are going up with every generation but games still cost the same as they always have. Sometimes less.

If the price points aren't good for you, you don't have to game, but you simply can't claim that on average games aren't relatively good value for money. They are, pure and simple.
skinrush
jco83
skinrush
pazuzu17
I've already a copy pre-ordered via Nintendo Store. Not the cheapest at £49.99 but Nintendo Store has been very reliable for me to date and this is a game I don't want to gamble on. October 27th (barring delays) can't come soon enough.
I bought a switch from the Nintendo store and when it had faults, it was an absolutely awful customer service experience to sort it out.
You're probably OK with buying a game though.
Please share your experience in full
As I got my Switch from there
Thanks
My experience is a bit too lengthy to share in full, but to summarise, the switch had a couple of minor faults. I was told to send it back to them and that they would get it back to me in 5 to 7 days.
Several days after I sent it back is not heard anything, so I phoned them up. They claimed that they'd not received it but conveniently found it a day later when I confirmed that someone had signed for it on the parcel force online tracking facility.
Several phone calls and days later, I learned that they needed to order parts and that could be up to 3 weeks.
In the end, I requested a refund which was agreed, but took a long for them to confirm. I enred up losing a fairly hefty Zelda game save, and all in, wasted 3 weeks on it before buying another switch from a supermarket.
:( thanks for sharing
jco83
skinrush
pazuzu17
I've already a copy pre-ordered via Nintendo Store. Not the cheapest at £49.99 but Nintendo Store has been very reliable for me to date and this is a game I don't want to gamble on. October 27th (barring delays) can't come soon enough.
I bought a switch from the Nintendo store and when it had faults, it was an absolutely awful customer service experience to sort it out.
You're probably OK with buying a game though.
Please share your experience in full
As I got my Switch from there
Thanks
My experience is a bit too lengthy to share in full, but to summarise, the switch had a couple of minor faults. I was told to send it back to them and that they would get it back to me in 5 to 7 days.
Several days after I sent it back i'd not heard anything, so I phoned them up. They claimed that they'd not received it but conveniently found it a day later when I confirmed that someone had signed for it on the parcel force online tracking facility.
Several phone calls and days later, I learned that they needed to order parts and that could be up to 3 weeks.
In the end, I requested a refund which was agreed, but took a long for them to confirm. I ended up losing a fairly hefty Zelda game save, and all in, wasted 3 weeks on it before buying another switch from a supermarket.


Edited By: skinrush on Jun 24, 2017 10:01
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Zelda Collection amiibo BACK IN STOCK £10.99 / £12.98 delivered @ Nintendo Official UK Store

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Limited stock now available. Link (Majora's Mask) Your text here Link (Skyward Sword) Your text here Link (Twilight Princess) Your text here Read More
Limited stock now available. Link (Majora's Mask) Your text here Link (Skyward Sword) Your text here Link (Twilight Princess) Your text here
mattwu Avatar2d, 11h agoFound 2 days, 11 hours ago2 Comments
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How can I get updated when these are in stock
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Zelda BOTW Amiibos £12.99 (£14.98 delivered / free over £20) Nintendo store uk

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Zelda BOTW and Zelda amigos in stock. Read More
Zelda BOTW and Zelda amigos in stock.
wetbandit Avatar2d, 11h agoFound 2 days, 11 hours ago47 Comments
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gemvis
Possibly shipping then will keep an eye on it throughout the day also anybody else ordered worth checking.

Mine have shipped too and said 7th
Anyone else had an order shipped today from yesterdays july 7th orders?
gemvis
Fergout79
gemvis
I ordered some yesterday in a few orders and they have just taken payment early hours this morning anybody else had this happen? only asking as the original dispatch date was 7th july so im thinking by them taking payment now they could have them in stock to ship today.
They haven't taken my payment and I called Nintendo and they said they wouldn't take money until they dispatch
Fergout79
gemvis
I ordered some yesterday in a few orders and they have just taken payment early hours this morning anybody else had this happen? only asking as the original dispatch date was 7th july so im thinking by them taking payment now they could have them in stock to ship today.
They haven't taken my payment and I called Nintendo and they said they wouldn't take money until they dispatch
Possibly shipping then will keep an eye on it throughout the day also anybody else ordered worth checking.

Yep, most of mine shipped yesterday. I copped 6 in a single order, 3 of which being the new Zelda amiibo. They took full payment around 8pm last night but only shipped 5 of them. The one that didn't ship was Majora's Mask Link, which still says expected 7th July for me.
Fergout79
gemvis
I ordered some yesterday in a few orders and they have just taken payment early hours this morning anybody else had this happen? only asking as the original dispatch date was 7th july so im thinking by them taking payment now they could have them in stock to ship today.
They haven't taken my payment and I called Nintendo and they said they wouldn't take money until they dispatch

Fergout79
gemvis
I ordered some yesterday in a few orders and they have just taken payment early hours this morning anybody else had this happen? only asking as the original dispatch date was 7th july so im thinking by them taking payment now they could have them in stock to ship today.
They haven't taken my payment and I called Nintendo and they said they wouldn't take money until they dispatch

Possibly shipping then will keep an eye on it throughout the day also anybody else ordered worth checking.
gemvis
I ordered some yesterday in a few orders and they have just taken payment early hours this morning anybody else had this happen? only asking as the original dispatch date was 7th july so im thinking by them taking payment now they could have them in stock to ship today.

They haven't taken my payment and I called Nintendo and they said they wouldn't take money until they dispatch
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Disney Infinity figures+add ons in Toys'R Us half price sale. £1.49

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Loads of cheap infinity figures in stock for delivery or C&C. Figures from 2.49. Read More
Loads of cheap infinity figures in stock for delivery or C&C. Figures from 2.49.
RiKx Avatar2d, 13h agoFound 2 days, 13 hours ago7 Comments
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funkeymunkey
All of them £1 in asda? slight exaggeration much...


I think they were clearing the stock in my branch (Ware). All were £1 but I didn't buy any because my daughters have moved onto Lego Dimensions and have lost interest in Infinity.
RiKx
Speculator
These were all £1 each @ Asda recently.
I saw but there isn't an ASDA anywhere near me, plus TRU have them on-line not requiring a trip anywhere. Did ASDA also have the playsets? Cos the got the Force Awakens playset for 6.49 which i thought was pretty good. Also they had a pretty good selection, times I've been in ASDA the choice has been pretty slim...
If you have prime or are spending alot on amazon, the Rise Against The Empire playset is about £5.90
Speculator
These were all £1 each @ Asda recently.
All of them £1 in asda? slight exaggeration much...
Speculator
These were all £1 each @ Asda recently.

I saw but there isn't an ASDA anywhere near me, plus TRU have them on-line not requiring a trip anywhere. Did ASDA also have the playsets? Cos the got the Force Awakens playset for 6.49 which i thought was pretty good. Also they had a pretty good selection, times I've been in ASDA the choice has been pretty slim...

Edited By: RiKx on Jun 22, 2017 17:18
These were all £1 each @ Asda recently.
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Nintendo Switch Neon INSTOCK in various GAME outlets (279.99) + Pro Controller (£332.99) (£12 discount)

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Nintendo Switches are back in stock in various game stores across the country. Note these are IN STORE ONLY as all online bundles are sold out. Go to the link or simply to GAMEs website and search the… Read More
Nintendo Switches are back in stock in various game stores across the country. Note these are IN STORE ONLY as all online bundles are sold out. Go to the link or simply to GAMEs website and search the…
ArmsDealer Avatar2d, 14h agoFound 2 days, 14 hours ago3 Comments
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Only the £400 bundles are on the website Cold
I so wish I would have got the pro controller with my switch, but then again they probably didn't do those kinds of offers for preorder (I preordered mine 2/3 weeks before release)
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Cave Story+ [Nintendo Switch] - Amazon.com - £22.45 Prime / £28.25 non-Prime

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Cave Story+ on Nintendo Switch delivered for just £22.45? Sound good? Step 1] Log into Amazon.com with your UK account. Step 2] Sign up for the Amazon Prime 30-day free trial. Step 3] Go to "Account… Read More
Cave Story+ on Nintendo Switch delivered for just £22.45? Sound good? Step 1] Log into Amazon.com with your UK account. Step 2] Sign up for the Amazon Prime 30-day free trial. Step 3] Go to "Account…
Alasdair91 Avatar3d, 13h agoFound 3 days, 13 hours ago23 Comments
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Thanks, ordered, like pretty much everyone I own this on PC but have never got around to it. Seems like a perfect Switch game.
crafton
Alasdair91
With the Nintendo Switch being region free, it makes no difference. The game will be identical and work as if it was UK/EU, although it most likely will not have the full selection of EU languages.Only thing you cannot do is register My Nintendo points to a non-US Nintendo Account, but that's hardly a deal-breaker.

You do get My Nintendo points on American purchases. I bought Bomberman from Amazon US and was able to claim 14 gold points

haritori
Its like Binding of Issac an amazing game but seriously does not call for a £40+ price tag.

I know it's still expensive but it's only £32 for the PAL version (£30 with prime).
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B071HSR74W/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE


Interesting, because when I try to redeem points from US games on my UK Nintendo account it gives an error message.
balooocifur
coming up as £28.16 on my amazon prime account, only £29.99 @ 365 games so hardly seems worth the hassle


There was a thread started last week on here with a code for 10% off so it was actually £26.99 from 365games

Edit: GAME10 is the discount code

Edited By: Holliss on Jun 21, 2017 17:01: .
Alasdair91
With the Nintendo Switch being region free, it makes no difference. The game will be identical and work as if it was UK/EU, although it most likely will not have the full selection of EU languages.Only thing you cannot do is register My Nintendo points to a non-US Nintendo Account, but that's hardly a deal-breaker.

You do get My Nintendo points on American purchases. I bought Bomberman from Amazon US and was able to claim 14 gold points

haritori
Its like Binding of Issac an amazing game but seriously does not call for a £40+ price tag.

I know it's still expensive but it's only £32 for the PAL version (£30 with prime).
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B071HSR74W/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

Edited By: crafton on Jun 21, 2017 16:10:
Its like Binding of Issac an amazing game but seriously does not call for a £40+ price tag.
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass (Nintendo Switch) £15.67 at CDKeys with Facebook Code

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The first part is out June 30th, less than 10 days away, so a perfect time to buy. The Expansion Pass grants access to two new sets of downloadable content for the game when they become available lat… Read More
The first part is out June 30th, less than 10 days away, so a perfect time to buy. The Expansion Pass grants access to two new sets of downloadable content for the game when they become available lat…
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mrdeanings
DanB89
Back in stock, but I can't get the Facebook code to be accepted :( anyone else had any luck?
You have to be logged in to their site for the code to work. It says it's limited but I've used it hoards of times.
I was logged in, took a lot of persistence but eventually got it working after bringing it up in a private browsing tab and applying it - thanks :)
DanB89
Back in stock, but I can't get the Facebook code to be accepted :( anyone else had any luck?
You have to be logged in to their site for the code to work. It says it's limited but I've used it hoards of times.
This is back in stock at the moment. My original code didn't work so I revisited the facebook page and got a new code which worked fine.
For those who couldn't get this, just buy a $20 US eShop credit from pcgamesupply and then buy it on a US account on your Switch.

http://www.pcgamesupply.com/buy/Nintendo-E-Shop-20-Card/

easy done. only 10p more than this deal.
CJ1045
I think the link has the OP's account embeded as the code did not work for me either. Although my Paypal payment was fine I did not get the code e-mailed. Am in discussion with CD keys but they seem to think they have sent it to an e-mail address completely unknown to me. I don't think this is in anyway deliberate from the OP and I am not certain this is the case - I think it is a flaw in the way the CDKEY system works.
I'm all-but certain that this ('embedding an account' in a link) isn't possible - but either way, as you've done, by contacting cdkeys CS it shouldn't be overly difficult to make this right.

DanB89
Illusionary
You can now only use the 5% discount code twice per account.
Thanks I saw that, but this is my first order with them so that's not the issue
Okay - the other common reason why the code doesn't work is not being logged in to your account, so that might have been the issue here?
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Pokken Tournament DX (Nintendo Switch) £42.75 @ Base

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Best pre-order price so far. Read More
Best pre-order price so far.
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You do love base
funkeymunkey
Mccy_McFlinn
You're not having much luck with these Switch pre-order prices from Base. Have you **** the wrong person off somewhere along the line?
I'd imagine it's because, and like someone else said "Not worth the price for a reskin". And it may also be that people tent to not like 5 separate posts which could have easily been 1 or 2

Indubitably
LukeyWolf
Not worth the price for a reskin

Worth the price if you don't have a Wii U but do have a Switch. And always wanted to play Pokken.
Mccy_McFlinn
You're not having much luck with these Switch pre-order prices from Base. Have you **** the wrong person off somewhere along the line?
I'd imagine it's because, and like someone else said "Not worth the price for a reskin". And it may also be that people tend to not like 5 separate posts which could have easily been 1 or 2

Edited By: funkeymunkey on Jun 19, 2017 15:38: .
Not worth the price for a reskin
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Nintendo Super Mario Aquabeads set - £3.99 @ Home Bargains

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Picked this up today, didn't know they're released it even but at 3.99 I couldn't resist. My daughter and I will be playing it father's day. Read More
Picked this up today, didn't know they're released it even but at 3.99 I couldn't resist. My daughter and I will be playing it father's day.
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Thats one of the worst tie ups I could imagine...
But I still need to go into Home Bargains and search for one! :)
will be checking my local today. birthday coming up in a few weeks :-D
sorry, what beads?? oO
Thanks, my son loves mario
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Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions (Nintendo 3DS) £31.85 @ ShopTo

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Cheapest pre-order price so far.
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JMJ1990
RustInPeace2112
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RustInPeace2112
I honestly thought this was going to be eShop only for £10ish. Complete rip off, once again Nintendo showing they are out of touch with their consumers.
If you honestly thought it was going to be £10 I think you are the one who is out of touch :D
A 10 year old game that is currently available for half this price on Wii U virtual console being sold at full price is scandalous. I thought it would be around £10 at a push £15 because of the new additions. I know the big 3 have been doing this a lot recently but I don't think I paid full price for any apart from the Nintendo ones at launch, maybe Last of Us was full price but they still packed in all dlc maps, modes and stroy content. I can see why a game like Metroid Samus Returns would be full price because its being remade from the ground up.
To be fair, this isn't a straight port either. Its been remade using the later Dream Team/Paper Jam visuals (along with a few extra stuff).
My bad, its been a long time since I played dream team bros and they have all run into one in my mind. In that case I may buy this when its half this price :p
RustInPeace2112
KCooperman
RustInPeace2112
I honestly thought this was going to be eShop only for £10ish. Complete rip off, once again Nintendo showing they are out of touch with their consumers.
If you honestly thought it was going to be £10 I think you are the one who is out of touch :D
A 10 year old game that is currently available for half this price on Wii U virtual console being sold at full price is scandalous. I thought it would be around £10 at a push £15 because of the new additions. I know the big 3 have been doing this a lot recently but I don't think I paid full price for any apart from the Nintendo ones at launch, maybe Last of Us was full price but they still packed in all dlc maps, modes and stroy content. I can see why a game like Metroid Samus Returns would be full price because its being remade from the ground up.

To be fair, this isn't a straight port either. Its been remade using the later Dream Team/Paper Jam visuals (along with a few extra stuff).
KCooperman
RustInPeace2112
I honestly thought this was going to be eShop only for £10ish. Complete rip off, once again Nintendo showing they are out of touch with their consumers.
If you honestly thought it was going to be £10 I think you are the one who is out of touch :D
A 10 year old game that is currently available for half this price on Wii U virtual console being sold at full price is scandalous. I thought it would be around £10 at a push £15 because of the new additions. I know the big 3 have been doing this a lot recently but I don't think I paid full price for any apart from the Nintendo ones at launch, maybe Last of Us was full price but they still packed in all dlc maps, modes and stroy content. I can see why a game like Metroid Samus Returns would be full price because its being remade from the ground up.
RustInPeace2112
I honestly thought this was going to be eShop only for £10ish. Complete rip off, once again Nintendo showing they are out of touch with their consumers.
If you honestly thought it was going to be £10 I think you are the one who is out of touch :D


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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (Nintendo Switch) £42.75 @ Base

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Good price, heat added.
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Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle (Nintendo Switch) £39.75 @ Base

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wakkaday
Is this battle game
Because I like to find the best price for the things I want. That's the point of this site, right? Finding things at good prices. Heat voted on cheapest prices to find them quickly.
It's a Mario and rabbids version of xcom basically wakkaday
If you're looking to buy something I'd imagine the best approach would be to just look at all the deals for the thing you want to buy & go for the cheapest one, regardless of 'heat' as it's completely meaningless. It's completely subjective if someone thinks something is good value otherwise the heat should be determined by an algorithm which computes whether it's a good or bad deal based only on the price. If you think it's a good deal then buy it (as you did). I'm sure most people can make their minds up regardless of how many spuds pressed the same button. My point being the point of the site is to identify deals you wouldn't otherwise know about, the voting hot/cold is just something to make the spuds feel like the time they spend hanging around on this site arguing about the price of fish isn't a futile waste of their short lives. ;)
wakkaday
Is this battle game


Because I like to find the best price for the things I want. That's the point of this site, right? Finding things at good prices. Heat voted on cheapest prices to find them quickly.

It's a Mario and rabbids version of xcom basically wakkaday
Is this battle game
kye1987
Oh I thought this was hot uk deals, where we voted for deals based on their price? Must have logged into personal bias against products and purchase methods. I'll remember and vote cold on things I don't like from now on. Sorry for my mistake.
Why do you care?
Oh I thought this was hot uk deals, where we voted for deals based on their price? Must have logged into personal bias against products and purchase methods. I'll remember and vote cold on things I don't like from now on. Sorry for my mistake.
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Hey! Pikmin (Nintendo 3DS) £27.85 @ Base

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Metroid: Samus Returns (Nintendo 3DS) £34.85 @ ShopTo

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Best pre-order price so far. RRP £39.99.
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Hori Nintendo Switch PlayStand £9.99 @ Sainsbury's

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Nintendo licensed stand for the switch, everywhere it's around £15-20. Bought this from Walthamstow store sainsburys prices usually national. Read More
Nintendo licensed stand for the switch, everywhere it's around £15-20. Bought this from Walthamstow store sainsburys prices usually national.
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GAME usually have them instore as well from my travels. Checked Birmingham, Cardiff and Basingstoke recently and all three had stock
Well worth the money if you have any intention of playing at a table. Simple design but sturdy and leaves room for power cable. The built in kick flap is useless and just gets in the way.
I paid £9.99 at game a whole a go
Anybody found a good power bank that won't break bank
Heat but this is RRP price? Seems like I was the only sensible one about buying it before it went out of stock when it was RRP
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E3 sale (3DS/Wii U eshop Discounts for Mynintendo Members) @ Nintendo

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I couldn't see this posted elsewhere, but there's some decent discounts (by Nintendo standards) on a few decent games as below: EUROPEAN DISCOUNTS – UNTIL 22ND JUNE 2017 E3 Sale (Only open to My Nin… Read More
I couldn't see this posted elsewhere, but there's some decent discounts (by Nintendo standards) on a few decent games as below: EUROPEAN DISCOUNTS – UNTIL 22ND JUNE 2017 E3 Sale (Only open to My Nin…
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Illusionary
Emulation is quite a processor-intensive task - it needs the extra power that the New 3DS provides for SNES emulation.


I reckon that's horse sh*t, I used an R4 card in my original DS, and it coped with all SNES games I threw at it. I love Nintendo to bits, heck I have a Famicom Disk System, but their lack of crossplay type stuff is really burning for me. I get some people are ok with it, but ironically for me if it was one price, and I could play on my New 3DS, Wii U, or future Switch, I'd be way more inclined to purchase stuff, especially when I see it on sale
bass2655
Illusionary
Emulation is quite a processor-intensive task - it needs the extra power that the New 3DS provides for SNES emulation.
Okay, point taken but I woulda thought the 3ds coulda handled snes.

It can but Nintendo need to find a reason for people to buy NEW 3DS's and so this is the only way they'll let you play these SNES games.
Nintendo never do good deals or low prices. Even old games cost a fortune compared to PS4 and Xbox titles.

It's the main reason my WiiU gathers dust next to my PS4. I refuse to pay top prices for old titles.
Sorry auto correct fail

3ds not ends
Illusionary
Emulation is quite a processor-intensive task - it needs the extra power that the New 3DS provides for SNES emulation.


Okay, point taken but I woulda thought the 3ds coulda handled snes.

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Nintendo Switch Arms - £34.99 with code @ Amazon Prime Now

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The new switch game for £34.99 If you use Amazon Prime Now. enter the discount code below and in just a couple of hours it's yours. I think this deal might be for LONDON ONLY. Not 100% on that. Read More
The new switch game for £34.99 If you use Amazon Prime Now. enter the discount code below and in just a couple of hours it's yours. I think this deal might be for LONDON ONLY. Not 100% on that.
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Orange_Sooty
Need to change to £34.99 The extra £2 is for an optional tip. Total price is £34.99


all done ;)
Saved me £10, thanks OP. £35 is a great price for a new release.
Need to change to £34.99 The extra £2 is for an optional tip. Total price is £34.99
Wish there were good prices on the digital version. Cheapest I can find is £49.99
paulj48
Just create another Prime trial account, all you need is a new email address, you can use the same payment card.

If you have a gmail address you can use the same email address but put a "." in it:

e.g. if lomax@ gmail.com is your email address the following are counted as new accounts by amazon:

l.omax@ gmail.com
lo.max@ gmail.com
lom.ax@ gmail.com
loma.x@ gmail.com

the email will all come to your regular inbox. I haven't run out of full stops yet but if amazon accepts the plus sign modifier you could have infinite extra accounts using the "+" alias modifier e.g.

lomax+prime@ gmail.com
lomax+prime1@ gmail.com
lomax+prime2@ gmail.com

etc.
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Splatoon 2 Nintendo Switch Tough Pouch £17.99 (pre-order) @ Amazon

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Around the same price as the normal Hori tough pouch, and in a different design. Seems pretty awesome.
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Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo Switch) £42.75 @ Base

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Cheapest price so far and cheaper than ShopTo.
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OutSpoken
Hmm.. tempted but I was thinking of getting this for the kids to open up on Christmas morning, so may hold off for now and see if I can pick it up around the £30 mark or lower come Black Friday sales etc..

Black Friday is only a month after release. Will be lucky if it sits at £40 imo. Nintendo games don't often drop much.
Hmm.. tempted but I was thinking of getting this for the kids to open up on Christmas morning, so may hold off for now and see if I can pick it up around the £30 mark or lower come Black Friday sales etc..
2minutenoodles
Tequila
Murtin
Tequila
halap3n0
Tequila
I have the spare money to buy the Switch,but will hold on for now, when they either reduce the price to a more realistic price (it's simply poor value at the moment considering the meh build quality and all the issues),or when they release the redesigned version.
I'm mainly interested in Zelda as I completed (almost) every Zelda game and am a fan.
Will give this Mario a shot although not the biggest fan of Mario games really.I found the modern city segment of demo very boring and unfit for a Mario game.why they did that?
I would have ordered a Switch if they had announced Animal crossing on E3,but sadly no sign of it.:|
I really love to see a new and improved Animal Crossing game on Switch.
I don't care for Splatoon,Metroid,Mario Kart or Xenoblade at all tho.(played them briefly on Wii U and Wii and GC didn't like them)
Build quality is fantastic, it's amazing what they have squeezed into this thing. Aside from the syncing issues (which I have not experienced) this is a very well put together piece of kit.
how can you call the build quality and design fantastic when there are numerous legit cases of them getting bent while docked due to poor heat control and many of the screens easily getting scratched by just putting on the dock due poor design?
there is also the widespread joy con syncing issue as well..
I cannot understand what you find amazing about the tech they "squeezed" in there,I mean a new smart phone will easily outperform the graphics and processor of Switch yet at a fraction of the size.
Switch costs £280. New phone with swishy graphics and processor - £800
ever heard of One Plus 3 or Xiaomi Note 4? both in same price range and similar power/even better.
so no not necessarily £800 or even £350..
also the discussion wasn't about price, the guy said it's amazing how Nintendo packed the console in this form factor and I reminded him smaller devices are available, price wasn't relevant to the discussion initially..
A bigger screen is immersive and most of the tech is in the controllers which you also don't get to the same standards on a phone. All I can say is you're missing out. Sync issues were fixed with new stock and the 'majority of people didn't experience this at all. A good screen protector out of the box solves any docking issue.
I'm not missing out,as I said I'm considering getting one and will eventually get one.I even already bought the "amFilm" screen protector which is considered the best.
but truth should be told,there are real hardware issues that they need to iron out,and they will.
also considering the technology and build quality of this system it's definitely overpriced.
Tequila
Murtin
Tequila
halap3n0
Tequila
I have the spare money to buy the Switch,but will hold on for now, when they either reduce the price to a more realistic price (it's simply poor value at the moment considering the meh build quality and all the issues),or when they release the redesigned version.
I'm mainly interested in Zelda as I completed (almost) every Zelda game and am a fan.
Will give this Mario a shot although not the biggest fan of Mario games really.I found the modern city segment of demo very boring and unfit for a Mario game.why they did that?
I would have ordered a Switch if they had announced Animal crossing on E3,but sadly no sign of it.:|
I really love to see a new and improved Animal Crossing game on Switch.
I don't care for Splatoon,Metroid,Mario Kart or Xenoblade at all tho.(played them briefly on Wii U and Wii and GC didn't like them)
Build quality is fantastic, it's amazing what they have squeezed into this thing. Aside from the syncing issues (which I have not experienced) this is a very well put together piece of kit.
how can you call the build quality and design fantastic when there are numerous legit cases of them getting bent while docked due to poor heat control and many of the screens easily getting scratched by just putting on the dock due poor design?
there is also the widespread joy con syncing issue as well..
I cannot understand what you find amazing about the tech they "squeezed" in there,I mean a new smart phone will easily outperform the graphics and processor of Switch yet at a fraction of the size.
Switch costs £280. New phone with swishy graphics and processor - £800
ever heard of One Plus 3 or Xiaomi Note 4? both in same price range and similar power/even better.
so no not necessarily £800 or even £350..
also the discussion wasn't about price, the guy said it's amazing how Nintendo packed the console in this form factor and I reminded him smaller devices are available, price wasn't relevant to the discussion initially..

A bigger screen is immersive and most of the tech is in the controllers which you also don't get to the same standards on a phone. All I can say is you're missing out. Sync issues were fixed with new stock and the 'majority of people didn't experience this at all. A good screen protector out of the box solves any docking issue.
dirkthedaring71
Swarfega
Yas
Nintendo have been making great games for decades. But I used to feel that only a select few of us gamers were aware of this fact. Always having to hide our Nintendo fetish from the big boys playing adult games on XBox/PS.But since the Switch launch it seems the rest of the world has caught up! This will be a great game guaranteed. Not sure £40+ is a particularly great price though. When will this Switch madness end?...
The trouble is the hardware is vastly different to what Microsoft and Sony are doing so big third party AAA titles don't usually make it to Nintendo consoles. I buy Nintendo for first party software and have a PS4 Pro for the third party AAA titles.
I don't own a Switch but seeing Yoshi and Mario is making me tempted... hence me looking at this item! Not that you can get a Switch for love nor money at the minute.
Well the saisnburys near me (colchester, Tollgate) has had them in stock from the day they were released.

It has been available for all but a couple of days a few weeks ago where all retailers dried up but have since got new stock. May be harder to find on an actual store shelf but it has been available online from reputable retailers from day one as well.
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Arms for Nintendo Switch £39.99 delivered @ Graingergames

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Arms for Nintendo Switch £39.99 @ Graingergames Featuring a distinct multiplayer fighting sport that lets you trade blows using extendable arms. Players can compete against the computer, against Read More
Arms for Nintendo Switch £39.99 @ Graingergames Featuring a distinct multiplayer fighting sport that lets you trade blows using extendable arms. Players can compete against the computer, against
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eraysor
Apparently it's £40.80 on the South African eshop if you don't mind digitalhttps://eshop.calyh.re/

Thanks for the price comparison link. I've been using this one: https://eshop.stephann.me/ but the link you posted is better for my inner data nerd :D .
JerryJackson420
paulj48
and where would you get South African eshop credit from?
The South African eShop?
I'd be surprised if you could find a method of payment that would work from the UK I also believe Revolt is a bit hit and miss with oversea digital purchases as well.
paulj48
eraysor
Apparently it's £40.80 on the South African eshop if you don't mind digitalhttps://eshop.calyh.re/
and where would you get South African eshop credit from?

Could use a Revolut card to buy it directly? I'll try it when I get home from work.
paulj48
and where would you get South African eshop credit from?


The South African eShop?
eraysor
Apparently it's £40.80 on the South African eshop if you don't mind digitalhttps://eshop.calyh.re/
and where would you get South African eshop credit from?
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Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo Switch) + Cappy Hat £49.99 @ Nintendo Store

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gamezplay
Is this the boxed version or digital download?
If it's a download how much space do you need?

Boxed version. If it was a download, the size hasn't been announced yet. Probably no larger than 15GB if compared to Zelda but truth is no one but Nintendo know yet as it will all depend on the optimisation and programming.
Malanta
malachi
magicjay1986
malachi
Free Crappy hat!
Cappy*
No, I actually meant crappy because its made out of cheap material which falls apart after 1 wash.
Who would wash it..? - its meant more of a decorative thing instead of a wearable item - I doubt we would see many people around town wearing it for example.
All the more reason to wear it X)
david_wavid
I'll wait for reviews before I waste money on another Mario game.

sounds like you have already bought/played mario games if you say you will wait for reviews? since when was the actual last bad mario 3d platformer? pretty much never - even sunshine wasn't that bad and that came out 15 years ago.
TBH i never realised it was the Hut Group that was behind this and I have regrets already, I'm still waiting on a previous order to be despatched when it should have arrived 2 weeks ago :?
I'll wait for reviews before I waste money on another Mario game.
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Nintendo Switch Minecraft game for just £27.85 at Simply Games using voucher code

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Simply games are doing Minecraft story mode for the Nintendo Switch for just £27.85 if you enter the voucher code "MINECRAFT5OFF" at the checkout
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troonfc77
As for this fame if you have a switch if you go to the shop I'm almost certain it's only 19.99 to download. I don't have it too hand but I'm sure it was


Story mode isn't
As for this fame if you have a switch if you go to the shop I'm almost certain it's only 19.99 to download. I don't have it too hand but I'm sure it was
migavupe
troonfc77
migavupe
Yas
galaia2004
I am sure the cold votes are because this is around £18-£20 for all other consoles.
I expect the Switch version will drop in price as well in a few months (maybe sooner) to a similar price.
Yeah, it's the old Switch tax kicking in again!https://tse3.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.HvCxM3GvQtG2YmtGLOWoowEsCo&pid=15.1&P=0&w=295&h=166
Not half as bad as seeing rocket league for £50
It's place holder price its never going to be £50 as it's not been that price on any other console. How are they too predict the price of something that's not released yet. As for this voting things cold because it's cheaper is stupid as an xbox or PS game won't work on a switch so this is a deal

Shopto have been promoting this numerous times on twitter. I wouldn't think they would do that with a placeholder as it's quite damaging to the website to be seen as price gouging.


You pay the release price you never pay the price that's on the screen when you preorder.

As for the one above this site is hot deals not hot bargains. Bargains and deals are not the same in here you are looking for the best price available for the product you are looking for.
troonfc77
migavupe
Yas
galaia2004
I am sure the cold votes are because this is around £18-£20 for all other consoles.
I expect the Switch version will drop in price as well in a few months (maybe sooner) to a similar price.
Yeah, it's the old Switch tax kicking in again!https://tse3.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.HvCxM3GvQtG2YmtGLOWoowEsCo&pid=15.1&P=0&w=295&h=166
Not half as bad as seeing rocket league for £50
It's place holder price its never going to be £50 as it's not been that price on any other console. How are they too predict the price of something that's not released yet. As for this voting things cold because it's cheaper is stupid as an xbox or PS game won't work on a switch so this is a deal

Shopto have been promoting this numerous times on twitter. I wouldn't think they would do that with a placeholder as it's quite damaging to the website to be seen as price gouging.
sparklehedgehog
galaia2004
I am sure the cold votes are because this is around £18-£20 for all other consoles.
I expect the Switch version will drop in price as well in a few months (maybe sooner) to a similar price.
I agree in full that it's an expensive release and as usual we are getting hung out to dry in the uk however this is a deals website and is supposed to be voted upon accordingly therefore this being the cheapest anywhere should be getting voted better than this is


It is a common statement on here that a a good deal means the cheapest price. That's not always the case. A deal is when people believe they will be getting something for a good or bargain price.

If the Switch had sold out and was only available for £350 would that be a deal if it was the cheapest available?

This game will no doubt come down in price and when it gets to around £20 it may well be a deal then for many more people.
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Nintendo Switch Pro-Controller £53.10 @ 365Games with code Game10

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i have 5 pounds worth of points that expired because they didnt tell me they only lasted a year, and the games arrive late so **** 365 games
Gorskar
Great! Now if I could just find somewhere that has stock of an actual switch console to go with it I'd be sorted!


Shopto.net have it in stock with Mario kart - but not if you don't want mario kart. I just ordered it from them yesterday (got it today) and the Mario kart that comes with it is a physical copy of the game. Hope this helps you.
Hmmm, tempted, but I'm going to wait to take delivery of my Switch in a few weeks and see how the joy-cons work out first. Good find though.
glennhoward007
Can the wii u pro controller be used with the switch?


No
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Ultra Street Fighter II The Final Challengers (Nintendo Switch) £27.00 @ 365games with code Game10

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Never heard of this franchise. Must be some niche game. :| Ultra Street Fighter II The Final Challengers Nintendo Switch Product Description The game that rocked the fighting genre in the '90s is ba… Read More
Never heard of this franchise. Must be some niche game. :| Ultra Street Fighter II The Final Challengers Nintendo Switch Product Description The game that rocked the fighting genre in the '90s is ba…
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closer and closer to the biting point...:D
https://media.giphy.com/media/YvGT7J5GAWTC/giphy.gif


Edited By: oOFincHyOo on Jun 15, 2017 09:35
I'll bite when it's £20 - love street fighter series hardcore but even I can't justify this price for what it is.
pgilc1
I have the game, found it very basic and a bit naff. Not befitting of a cutting edge console.
Fancy selling, £21 offered?
JoeSpur
pgilc1
I have the game, found it very basic and a bit naff. Not befitting of a cutting edge console.
Good thing it was released on Switch then X)

https://m.popkey.co/6d1ca2/De9kX.gif

I laughed. X)
pgilc1
I have the game, found it very basic and a bit naff. Not befitting of a cutting edge console.
Good thing it was released on Switch then X)
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That seems like a HUGE difference for not having Prime.
dont get ripped off by ebay scalpers, they dont want you to know about the zelda nfc amiibo cards
shame i knew someone who wanted this
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Hi michaeldvi
Do you have a link to the product rather than the 'action' link? Cheers


Sorry no ☹️
Thank you.
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jewel link double pack Nintendo 3ds £2.00 @ Asda - Bradford rooley lane

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Found this at asda Bradford rooley lane. it had a white ticket with £2 and went though at £2. I got one and there was 2 more left on shelf, hope it helps someone. Read More
Found this at asda Bradford rooley lane. it had a white ticket with £2 and went though at £2. I got one and there was 2 more left on shelf, hope it helps someone.
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Splatoon 2 £39.85 (Nintendo Switch) @ Simplygames with code SPLATOON5OFF

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Cheapest it's been. (I think) :)
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hanzoadam
I personally won't use simply games as they've screwed me over in the past, great price but I'll pay the £2 more and stick with shopto

Shopto have screwed me over 3 times, guess we all have different opinions of each company.


I've actually decided to go with Nintendo for £50 with a cool T-shirt
hanzoadam
I personally won't use simply games as they've screwed me over in the past, great price but I'll pay the £2 more and stick with shopto

Shopto have screwed me over 3 times, guess we all have different opinions of each company.

Edited By: WeskerLives on Jun 19, 2017 13:39
badasschris
allgonewrong
I've ordered it for £30.89
I ordered it for £25 (anyone one wondering it was at very when they had £20 off a £40 spend - that deal didn't get much heat for some reason but so far I've got a switch with zelda for £260, splatoon 2 for £25 and a new fire tv plus £15 of other stuff for £35. Just waiting for them to do another offer)
Heat added to this though as its a great price that doesn't use a one off code


Yeah I had 20 of 50. The vary by customer what they send out.
SFJnet
allgonewrong
I've ordered it for £30.89
Now THAT would be a deal. Why don't you post it?


It was with a voucher code I was sent by them. 20 off a 50 spends. Bought splatoon 2 and a batman bath duck for 50 quid.
Good deal, got mine with very as well. Heat of course :)
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Nintendo Wii Console Pre-Owned £20.50 Delivered @ cex

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Seems like a good deal, add £2.50 for delivery DESIGN Featuring a compact design that makes it a natural addition to any television setup, the Wii console is white in color and can be displayed eit… Read More
Seems like a good deal, add £2.50 for delivery DESIGN Featuring a compact design that makes it a natural addition to any television setup, the Wii console is white in color and can be displayed eit…
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got one from sherperd bush CEX yesterday for £18 and I managed to use up all my remaining CEX voucher credits! one of the staffs even tell me he will get one but it's not his payday yet :p

Edited By: superivanho on Jun 14, 2017 09:50
Have some more heat!
tumbleweed34
Homebrew it. Get Nintendont. Get Fire Emblem Path of Radiance. Job done.


Oh. And get a GameCube pad.
Homebrew it. Get Nintendont. Get Fire Emblem Path of Radiance. Job done.
robinp
This comes with all the cables, a sensor bar, the console, a Wii mote and a nunchuck.


thank you.. ordering now.
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[Nintendo Switch] Shantae: Half-Genie Hero £12.63 (using Revolut) @ Nintendo eShop Norway

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Thanks to the eshop regional price comparison guide >thread about it here< I was able to get the 2nd best regional price for this. I was unsuccessful in getting the best price £11.60 Mexico esho… Read More
Thanks to the eshop regional price comparison guide >thread about it here< I was able to get the 2nd best regional price for this. I was unsuccessful in getting the best price £11.60 Mexico esho…
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blueflash
any other regions work with revolt? tried usa, canada and japan with no luck waiting for deals on eshop credit
I'm guessing any European country will work as Norway did, dunno about others yet. Norway seems a good one in general for prices
any other regions work with revolt? tried usa, canada and japan with no luck waiting for deals on eshop credit
scoonylea
Haven't been able to put this game down all weekend. Brilliant! Like a mix of Mega Man and Metroid!
It's my first Shantae game! My first impression was it's a bit crazy X)
Haven't been able to put this game down all weekend. Brilliant! Like a mix of Mega Man and Metroid!
foxxes
I've got a USA account for games from there. Did you have to create an account for each region or are you able to change the region on the same account?
I just changed the region of my Nintendo account at account.nintendo.com
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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Nintendo 3DS) £11.99 @ Smyths

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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens takes players deeper into the new film than any other game with all of the heroic characters from the movie, including Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron, Han Solo, Chewbacca, C-… Read More
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens takes players deeper into the new film than any other game with all of the heroic characters from the movie, including Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron, Han Solo, Chewbacca, C-…
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Great game, shame about the loading times. :(

Heat for the price though!
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Nintendo Wii (Used) on Music Magpie with 12m Warranty - £21.99 with FREE delivery (£24.99 in black)

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Nintendo Wii on Music Magpie. Doesn't say how many are in stock, but this is a great price for anybody wanting to treat their kids or themselves to a great console with very cheap games. The black o… Read More
Nintendo Wii on Music Magpie. Doesn't say how many are in stock, but this is a great price for anybody wanting to treat their kids or themselves to a great console with very cheap games. The black o…
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Available now?
Mathaeus
qwerty93
dealsonmeals
Bought one from cex, tempted to get another as a spare. Great for playing 'legal' backups, enjoying Mario sunshine again and never had a wii so got loads to get through.
spare console?
I got 4.. just in case ;)

That's some serious overkill, huh?, hahahahahaha.
Good deal- just got back into playing with the Wii recently. Yes it doesn't have the amount of shoot em ups and games of the Play Station or X Box but its good for family games.
solidamber
vegasbaby
MrCollective
Just dug mine out the loft, Installed a few of the emulators. Definitely worth £21.99 & 30 minutes of your time to install everything.
Where do you get the emulators from, and are they easy to install? Thanks.
On Youtube look for tutorials by HighTeckMan very clear and easy to understand, no heavy rock background music,


No heavy rock background music.. :)
vegasbaby
MrCollective
Just dug mine out the loft, Installed a few of the emulators. Definitely worth £21.99 & 30 minutes of your time to install everything.
Where do you get the emulators from, and are they easy to install? Thanks.
On Youtube look for tutorials by HighTeckMan very clear and easy to understand, no heavy rock background music,
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Has-Been Heroes (Nintendo Switch) Download Code @ Gamestop.com US - £8.12

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Gamestop US have the digital copy of Has-Been Heroes for $9.99, as the Switch is region free you can buy it and apply it to an american account to download. When I did this earlier it was 8.12 however… Read More
Gamestop US have the digital copy of Has-Been Heroes for $9.99, as the Switch is region free you can buy it and apply it to an american account to download. When I did this earlier it was 8.12 however…
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Worked a charm. Thanks!
Scratch that, it worked, wasn't using US Nintendo account. Thanks OP, heat, obviously.
Actually in the US at the moment, did this, got code, got confirmation emails, code doesn't work, no history of order on gamestop, this this is iffy at best, but good effort but OP. Contacted Customer Service as I'm actually buying it legit!
4kmon95
how is it possible to be out of stock with a digital download?
Limited allocation at a certain price?
HXCMARC
Good price. Anyone played this?

I've put a lot of time into this, it could even be my most played Switch game. It's brilliant. Steep learning curve, which I think is responsible for the negative reviews, but once it clicks for you it's impossible to put down. I highly recommend it.

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nintendo logoIntroducing Nintendo

If you’ve ever had an interest in video gaming, Nintendo is a brand that needs no introduction. Since the early 1980s, the Japanese company has sold hundreds of millions of consoles, accessories and in-house game titles. They have introduced the world to household names like Mario and Luigi, Donkey Kong and Zelda, and pioneered technology like light guns, motion sensors and portable gaming systems.

With an exciting new range of consoles and games on the horizon, this buyer’s guide explains how to buy Nintendo products, and how to find the best possible Nintendo deals.

Gamer’s Rule: Nintendo

Nintendo was actually born in the Japanese city of Kyoto in 1889, but at that stage, Mario wasn’t even a glimmer in the founders’ eyes. In fact, Nintendo’s first products were playing cards, a sign of the company’s future direction.

Things started to change dramatically in the 1970s when the company began distributing American made consoles like the Magnavox. In 1979, the firm introduced the first ‘game and watch’, a precursor to the Gameboy and 3DS. Next came the Famicom, which became famous across the world as the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).

1989 saw the release of the Gameboy, the world’s first genuine handheld gaming console, followed by the advanced Super Nintendo (SNES) in 1991. Famous titles continued to flow, including Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country and Super Mario Kart.

Another milestone was reached in 1996, when the Nintendo 64 was released, the first mainstream 64-bit console. In the interim, Nintendo had even made a brief foray into virtual reality, launching the experimental Virtual Boy in 1995. Innovation continued with the Game Boy Colour and Advance in 1998 and 2001 respectively, before the Nintendo DS arrived in 2004.

The 2000s also saw advances in home consoles, with the GameCube debuting in 2001, before the Wii came along in late 2006. Integrating sophisticated motion sensors, the Wii was something completely new, and it was followed in 2012 by the Wii U.

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In the meantime, handheld gaming moved forwards, thanks to the 3DS, launched in 2011, which brings us almost up to date. Well, not quite, as 2016 also saw the announcement of the Nintendo Switch, the latest in a long line of advanced gaming products.

What Can You Use Your Nintendo Wii U or Switch For?

Nintendo’s most recent consoles are not conventional gaming systems like the PlayStation or Xbox. Nintendo have always taken a different approach to their products, incorporating educational, child-friendly features.

That’s why the Wii was designed to facilitate things like workouts with sports-themed titles becoming some of the system’s most popular offerings. Both the Wii U and the Switch include active games that carry on this theme.

The new Wii Remote controller included with the Wii U also allows you to hook up different controllers and play collaboratively with family and friends. The system can also play a range of downloadable entertainment, including a range of games and apps.

A web browser is included with both the Wii U and the Switch, which function as social media consoles, allowing you to check the news, send e-mails and stay in touch with friends. There’s a camera on the controller and the Wii U can even be used to stream online movies.

The Switch adds a few extra capabilities. Most obviously, it doubles up as a standard console and a handheld due to its innovative controller. You can hook up eight separate Switch systems for huge multiplayer games, but you don’t have the option of streaming from online services like Netflix or Amazon.

Nintendo: Important System Specifications

OK, so that’s the basic uses of the Switch and the Wii U, but what about their specifications? The Switch has built on the Wii U in many areas, but the Wii U remains an impressive gaming product. For hardcore gamers, the devil may be in the details, so here they are:nintendo switch console

For the Wii U, released in 2012:

  • 25GB Blu-ray disc and 8GB of internal flash storage capacity
  • Processor: Tri Core, 3GHz PowerPC-based 45nm
  • Graphics processor: AMD Radeon-based High Definition GPU. 2GB, 0.35 TFLOPS, 550MHz with 12.8GB/s DDR3
  • Memory: 2GB GDDR4 RAM
  • OS: Nintendo’s own ARM-based Wii U operating system
  • Dimensions: 17.2 x 4.6 x 26.9cm
  • Weight: 1.5kg
  • Outputs: Video: HDMI 1.4 Audio: AV Multi Out connector
  • Max Graphics resolution: 1080p

For the Nintendo Switch, released in 2017:

  • Processor/Graphics processor: NVIDIA customised Tegra processor
  • Memory: 32GB
  • Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.1 and Wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac compliant
  • Dimensions: 10.2 x 23.9 x 1.39cm
  • Weight: 297g
  • Screen: capacitive LCD touchscreen
  • Video output: HDMI
  • Audio output: linear PCM 5.1ch, with a stereo headphone jack
  • Max Graphics resolution: 1920x108 at 60 fps
  • Charging: USB Type C when connected to Nintendo Switch Dock

Nintendo Switch: Playing Out and About With a Home Console

It might also make sense to compare the Wii U and the Switch to the most advanced Nintendo handheld, the New 3DS:

  • Storage: 4GB Micro SD Card
  • Processor: 804MHz quad-core ARM11 & 134MHz single-core ARM9
  • Memory: 256MB FCRAM
  • Screen: 12.4 cm Autostereoscopic (3D)
  • Max Graphics resolution: 800 × 240 px
  • Wi fi: Integrated 802.11b/g
  • Dimensions: 16 x 9.35 x 2.15cm
  • Weight: 329g
  • Battery life: 3.5–7 hours (max)

The Nintendo Product Rangenintendo 3ds

Nintendo have a huge list of historical products, many of which are still available (if not manufactured). For example, you can always expect to find 3DS deals and even first generation Wii consoles are available from time to time. Here are the most important products to look out for:

  • Nintendo DS - The first 32-bit handheld console, the DS was launched in 2004 and its fold over appearance has become familiar on trains and in cars across the country. It is marked by a pair of LCD screens, the ability to easily link multiple DS consoles, wireless connectivity and a built-in microphone. All in all, the DS, the DS Lite and the DSi, sold 154 million units becoming a worldwide success. They are still popular today.
  • Nintendo 3DS - The successor to the DS, the 3DS was launched in 2011 and is still being updated today. Copying the dual-screen approach of the DS, the 3DS introduced 3D graphics, without the need for special glasses and added new non-gamin features like access to Nintendo’s Miiverse social network and streaming services like Netflix or Hulu. The original 3DS was soon joined by the 3DS XL, with a longer battery life and the cheaper 2DS, a slightly stripped down model. Finally, in 2015, the ‘New’ Nintendo 3DS was launched, adding different controls and a faster processor (see the specs section for details).
  • The Original Wii - When it was launched in November 2006, the Wii took the gaming world by a storm with its motion-sensing controller. In fact, it outpaced both the Xbox 360 and the PS3, selling over 100 million units. Featuring excellent backwards compatibility with GameCube titles, it was an instant success.
  • Wii U - As the Wii started to seem technologically outdated, Nintendo brought out the Wii U in 2012. A direct competitor for the Xbox One and PS4, the Wii U was much smaller than the Wii and featured a wholly new controller, with a touch screen. Again, backwards compatibility was included, as was compatibility with new controllers like the Nintendo Balance Board. Extra non-gaming features like the Miiverse were included too, adding more functionality than the classic Wii.
  • The Nintendo Switch - In 2016, Nintendo dropped another bombshell by announcing the release of the Nintendo Switch. In this new system, the console unit spends most of its time in a docking station connected to a home TV. However, users can remove it and use it like a conventional tablet as well. The new Joy-Con controller is another innovation, allowing gamers to grip it like a normal controller or attach two controllers to create a handheld system. With high-end processor specs, the Switch is the most advanced system available after its release in early 2017.

The New Nintendo 3DS

What About Retro Nintendo Products?

Retro gaming has become a craze amongst nostalgic gamers (and even a younger crowd), and Nintendo has embraced the trend. Drawing on their long history of gaming systems, they have brought out a product called the Nintendo Classic Mini - A tiny version of the 1980s NES that plugs directly into your TV and has a classic NES controller.

The NES Classic Mini comes with 30 pre-installed games, including classics like Super Mario Brothers, Metroid and the Legend of Zelda and it comes in a collectable 1980s-style box as well.

You could also think about getting hold of an N64. Cutting edge in 1996, the N64 remains fun to play, with great games like Mario Kart 64 and a well-regarded controller. N64 titles are freely available from Amazon and plenty of other HotUKDeals merchants, so if you have a desire to step back in time, it’s easy to do so.

nintendo classic mini

What to Think About Before Buying a Nintendo Console

Obviously, Nintendo buyers have plenty of choice at their disposal. The first thing to think about is what kind of gamer you are. If you are into high-spec action games like Call of Duty, it may well be that none of these Nintendo systems fit the bill, and you might look into Xbox or PlayStation models. If you are looking for an accessible, family-friendly system, Nintendo is the company to turn to.

If you intend to play on the move, the 3DS is clearly the best option. It has an excellent range of titles, you can download extra content if needed and it competes well with the PS Vita, the main alternative. However, if you want a semi-portable system to use in the home, think about going for the new Switch. With its adaptable tablet format, you can take it to bed or use it in the lounge, and leave it to charge in the TV room when not in use.

For pure gaming, the Wii U remains the best choice. The Switch may be more advanced, but the Wii U has a huge library of games like Mario Kart, Super Mario World, Splatoon and Super Smash Bros., as well as backwards compatibility with the Wii. It may be four or five years old, but the Wii U still measures up favourably with the PS4 and Xbox for sheer fun (although with its limited graphical power, it’s not the system for death match fans).

For parents, the key thing is that Nintendo is a family-oriented company. They always seek to control the content of games produced for their systems, avoiding bloody, graphic titles and focusing on pure gameplay instead.

How to Purchase the Right Nintendo Games

There’s no point in owning a Nintendo Wii U or a 3DS without having the games to play on it, but how should you go about finding the right games for you and your family to play?

Naturally, you’ll find plenty of discounted titles at the Nintendo HotUKDeals listings, but pay attention to a few things before making a purchase. For instance, if you are buying for a child, think about their age and skill level. Racing games, action games and sports titles tend to be more accessible for younger children, while RPGs appeal to older children as their imagination and cognitive skills develop.

super marioLook at the ratings of each game too. Each title will have a rating sticker on the front of the box. Look out for games marked ‘EC’ (early childhood) or ‘E’ (everyone) for games that won’t pose any risks to your kids.

If you need any information about the gameplay, head to Nintendo.com, where you’ll find a database of every title available (something that you don’t get with Sony or Microsoft).

What Alternatives Should You Think About?

Before you plump for a Nintendo Switch, it’s worth thinking about the alternatives. After all, you could also go for a PS4 Pro, a PS Vita, an Xbox 360 or an Xbox One S. A new Xbox is slated for release in 2017 (‘Project Scorpio’), so that may be a factor as well.

Generally speaking, PlayStation and Microsoft systems deliver faster, higher resolution graphics and are suited to hectic action games. If you enjoy playing multiplayer fighting games like Call of Duty or Destiny, an Xbox or PS4 will be ideal.

The catalogue of titles available for Xboxes and PlayStations is also larger (although Nintendo focuses on producing quality, not quantity). Both the Xbox One and the Wii U have good backwards compatibility, while the PS4 does not. However, the PS4 Pro is better suited to virtual reality gaming thanks to PlayStation VR, which could be a deciding factor if VR gaming intrigues you.

What Kind of Accessories are Available for Nintendo Systems?

As with any gaming console, Nintendo’s Switch, 3DS and Wii U consoles have plenty of accessories which can enhance the gaming experience. Here are some of the most common to include with your original purchase:

  • Extra controllers - Nintendo Switch and Wii U bundles tend to come with a limited number of controllers. If you intend to play games in larger groups, add an extra controller or two when you make your purchase. You’ll often find that merchants bundle in extra controllers as an incentive.
  • Specialist controllers - The Wii U and classic Wii acquired an excellent range of additional controllers like the Balance Board and steering wheel. There’s also a smaller controller called the ‘nunchuk’ which adds functionality to certain titles, particularly RPGs. You can also buy something called the ‘Wii Zapper’, a housing for the nunchuk and Wii remote which resembles a gun.zelda
  • Cables - You can purchase extra cables like RGB cables, which link your Wii to a standard TV, LAN adapters to connect Wii systems to non-wireless networks and Wii Speak, an audio sensing product which allows you to add speech elements to compatible games.

The range of accessories available for the Nintendo Switch isn’t clear as yet, but you will certainly be able to add extra Joy-Con controllers. Look out for other specialist controllers, speakers and cameras, as Nintendo are likely to bring out plenty of ways to add functionality to the system.

Where and When to Purchase Your Next Nintendo System

If you want to purchase a Wii U, a New 3Ds or a Nintendo Switch, what’s the best way to go about doing so?

The first place to look is the excellent Nintendo website at www.nintendo.co.uk, which features specs and details about accessories, games and bundles. But it’s not the place to make a purchase. Have a look at the bundles on offer and then search for them on HotUKDeals to see if a UK merchant is running a discount. Then, head to their own website or a high street store and complete the purchase.

You’ll find Nintendo deals from big brands like Currys, GAME, Smyths Toys and Argos, as well as Amazon and eBay sellers, and the Nintendo Store itself. Compare prices and find a deal that suits you.

It also pays to check the listings at certain times of year. As Black Friday and Cyber Monday approach in late November, have a look for Nintendo offers, as there tend to be plenty of special promotions. January Sales is another good time to check. However, expect to see plenty of Wii U deals as the Switch is rolled out too.

Save Money on Nintendo’s Products at HotUKDeals

Nintendo remains a massive player in the gaming industry. Their Wii U and 3DS lead the field in family gaming, and the Switch looks set to join them. You can save plenty of money on your next purchase by regularly checking the Nintendo HotUKDeals listings.