Metroid: Samus Returns Legacy Edition 3DS @ Nintendo Store - £59.99
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Metroid: Samus Returns Legacy Edition 3DS @ Nintendo Store - £59.99

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Edited by:"TobiRIP"Found 19th Sep 2017
Back in stock at RRP be quick!
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You have no idea how amazing you've just made my day.
Oos.
Free poster too
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Well it didnt last long but glad it helped someone
the metroid amiibo are in stock as well
went super fast bjt for once managed to get one
Thanks OP. Put one in my basket and left it to think for a minute, came back here to see the oos posts and managed to go back and complete check out.
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HXCMARC2 m ago

Thanks OP. Put one in my basket and left it to think for a minute, came …Thanks OP. Put one in my basket and left it to think for a minute, came back here to see the oos posts and managed to go back and complete check out.



you dont think with this particular CE you just get it
**** it
Got one! Thanks managed to get the two new metroid amiibo and a bobakin amiibo! Happy day today thanks
Oh man so glad I got the amiibos. Amazon delivered mine but were damaged. But gave me a full refund without sending items back.
These selling for a lot?
do you think it would possibly be worthwhile banning Nintendo deals? At this stage HUKD is simply pandering to the false scarcity Nintendo is creating by holding onto stock and releasing in stages. It's blatant market manipulation and it's hardly a deal when I know for a fact Nintendo have more of this in a warehouse somewhere. They would not be doing so well in selling all this stuff if people were not scared into "missing out".
Edited by: "JC2MULTIPLAYER000" 19th Sep 2017
JC2MULTIPLAYER00011 m ago

do you think it would possibly be worthwhile banning Nintendo deals? At …do you think it would possibly be worthwhile banning Nintendo deals? At this stage HUKD is simply pandering to the false scarcity Nintendo is creating by holding onto stock and releasing in stages. It's blatant market manipulation and it's hardly a deal when I know for a fact Nintendo have more of this in a warehouse somewhere. They would not be doing so well in selling all this stuff if people were not scared into "missing out".




I always assumed these 2nd waves were preorder payments that didn't go through or returns or something. There's hardly any of them after all.
That said, I wouldn't put it past them to hold some back.

This post has clearly helped enough people to be worth posting in my opinion.
Demand does not seem that great looking on ebay.
Got one earlier when the deal was posted. Thanks TobiRIP
Nintendo's FOMO (fear of missing out) marketing works. If I get a limited edition I want great, if I miss one I dont try and chase it and pay over RRP I just forget about it. Its too much hard work being a nintendo collector. But posts like these have helped me get some, and I dont think they should be stopped
Edited by: "westy90" 19th Sep 2017
It's the main reason I use this site, so no it shouldn't be stopped
JC2MULTIPLAYER0007 h, 37 m ago

do you think it would possibly be worthwhile banning Nintendo deals? At …do you think it would possibly be worthwhile banning Nintendo deals? At this stage HUKD is simply pandering to the false scarcity Nintendo is creating by holding onto stock and releasing in stages. It's blatant market manipulation and it's hardly a deal when I know for a fact Nintendo have more of this in a warehouse somewhere. They would not be doing so well in selling all this stuff if people were not scared into "missing out".

I have to say this is a bizarre comment. Why would HUKD ban Nintendo deals when there is excess demand? That makes posting the deals even more valuable as people would appreciate the heads up. And how odd to accuse Nintendo of market manipulation. All you've got is conjecture about warehouse in a stock somewhere. Think you need to brush up on Econ 101
tomhagen49 m ago

I have to say this is a bizarre comment. Why would HUKD ban Nintendo deals …I have to say this is a bizarre comment. Why would HUKD ban Nintendo deals when there is excess demand? That makes posting the deals even more valuable as people would appreciate the heads up. And how odd to accuse Nintendo of market manipulation. All you've got is conjecture about warehouse in a stock somewhere. Think you need to brush up on Econ 101



What is bizarre about asking questions? HUKD have no affiliation with Nintendo to my knowledge. What do you mean by excess demand... do you mean the -1 degree heat on this "deal"? And yes Nintendo are clearly withholding stock or being very canny about mass redistribution.


Can you please explain how econ 101 applies to this situation and how Nintendo are still selling amiibo manufactured more than 3 years ago when they have supposedly been out of stock numerous times over the years?
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