Amiibo Pink Yarn Yoshi is £8.85 (Prime) / £10.84 (non Prime) @ Amazon again @ Amazon (Nintendo 3DS / Wii U)
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Amiibo Pink Yarn Yoshi is £8.85 (Prime) / £10.84 (non Prime) @ Amazon again @ Amazon (Nintendo 3DS / Wii U)

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Found 27th Jan 2016
Amazon had this price a week ago, and its back. Lovely Amiibo!

Free delivery for PRIME customers, otherwise only qualifies for free delivery on a £20 spend.
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Ooo nice I'll take that thank you
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deleted1416210
aaahhhh stopp with the cutie pictures.... i do not need it..... i do not need it....... i do need it?
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deleted1416210
must resist
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PrincessJellybean

must resist



I know someone who bought this who doesn't even have a Nintendo
oh wow I want that mega one!!
whens that gona be £8
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gameboyboy

oh wow I want that mega one!! whens that gona be £8



You can flubit the Argos £20 deal on that and maybe get it for close to £18. Otherwise is more likely to be £80 on ebay if you wait to long oO
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noahsdad

You can flubit the Argos £20 deal on that and maybe get it for close to … You can flubit the Argos £20 deal on that and maybe get it for close to £18. Otherwise is more likely to be £80 on ebay if you wait to long oO



It will never be £80 on eBay now.
It was hitting much higher prices than £20-30, however, it's suddenly became massively available over the past month or so.
Edited by: "deleted265520" 27th Jan 2016
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dtovey89

It will never be £80 on eBay now.It was hitting much higher prices than … It will never be £80 on eBay now.It was hitting much higher prices than £20-30, however, it's suddenly became massively available over the past month or so.



I said more likely, I wasn't saying literally it will be £80 on eBay. It could do at some point though when there is an inbetween point between Wii U and next console and it gets proper hard to source things like this. Gold/Silver Mario, Giant Yoshi are just some that *could* eventually fetch crazy amounts. Who knows though?

Is no doubt going to be a bit of stress and crazyness trying to get hold of a Gold Megaman when its released very soon.
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noahsdad

I said more likely, I wasn't saying literally it will be £80 on eBay. It … I said more likely, I wasn't saying literally it will be £80 on eBay. It could do at some point though when there is an inbetween point between Wii U and next console and it gets proper hard to source things like this. Gold/Silver Mario, Giant Yoshi are just some that *could* eventually fetch crazy amounts. Who knows though?£18 has to be a good biting point, how much cheaper can people expect to get this for? Am sure they will be some £10 deal or something as someone gets rid of stock, but you have to wait, and monitor and hope your on here at the right moment in time etc, just for a chance of being one of the lucky ones.Is no doubt going to be a bit of stress and crazyness trying to get hold of a Gold Megaman when its released very soon.


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noahsdad

I said more likely, I wasn't saying literally it will be £80 on eBay. It … I said more likely, I wasn't saying literally it will be £80 on eBay. It could do at some point though when there is an inbetween point between Wii U and next console and it gets proper hard to source things like this. Gold/Silver Mario, Giant Yoshi are just some that *could* eventually fetch crazy amounts. Who knows though?



Who knows?
Everyone who bought them from Amazon/Argos from £25-£35 and have tried to sell on at a profit and failed. Everyone who has watched the auctions and HUKD listings and realise there are much more of these available than originally thought.

These will never reach anywhere near £80. People aren't even making their money back on them from the recent price drop.
£12.94 now
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dtovey89

Who knows?Everyone who bought them from Amazon/Argos from £25-£35 and h … Who knows?Everyone who bought them from Amazon/Argos from £25-£35 and have tried to sell on at a profit and failed. Everyone who has watched the auctions and HUKD listings and realise there are much more of these available than originally thought.These will never reach anywhere near £80. People aren't even making their money back on them from the recent price drop.



They will go sky high for new/unopened at some point, but that only happens when something is out of production.

The unknown is the first Amiibo's only came out about a year ago I think? And we don't know how Nintendo will move with future Amiibos and how existing ones may/if be replaced.
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