VANCOUVER, B.C., November 24, 2015 – Major retailers nationwide will be offering heaps of great deals on some of Nintendo’s most popular games and systems for Black Friday, highlighted by a new Smash Splat Wii U Deluxe Set that includes the Wii U console and two highly sought-after games: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and the squid hit of the year, Splatoon, both pre-installed on the system. This bundle launches in retail stores at a low suggested retail price of $279.99.
Save $30 off the suggested retail price of $229.99 on the black and red New Nintendo 3DS XL at major retail stores, while the Nintendo 2DS Mario Kart 7 Bundle and the YO-KAI WATCH Bundle are available for $89.99 at Toys R Us. Walmart will offer the original Black Nintendo 3DS XL system bundled with the mega-hit game Super Mario 3D Land game for a suggested retail price of $149.96.
Additionally, starting November 25, the Nintendo eShop will be offering up to 50 per cent discounts on select downloadable games. More great savings will be available at various retailers.
“Fun is more affordable than ever. Whether you’re a Nintendo fan or shopping for one this holiday season, these excellent deals provide fun game experiences for the whole family,” said Pierre-Paul Trepanier, Nintendo of Canada’s General Manager and Senior Director. “These great offers on Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and a large number of games represent an incredible value for people who want to make their holiday shopping dollars go as far as possible.”
As of today, here’s a roundup of some of the deals that will be available around Black Friday. See stores for specific dates. All offers are available while supplies last.
For a complete rundown of deals on multiple Nintendo products for the holidays, keep an eye on //www.nintendo.ca/blackfriday.
New Nintendo 3DS XL
Save $30 off the suggested retail price and get a black or red New Nintendo 3DS XL for $199.99 at Best Buy, EB Games, and Amazon. The New Nintendo 3DS XL Hyrule Edition is now $229.99, available exclusively at EB Games.
Black Nintendo 3DS XL
Bundled with Super Mario 3D Land game at a suggested retail price of $149.96, exclusively at Walmart.
Smash Splat Wii U Deluxe Set
Purchase the NEW Splatoon + Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Deluxe for a limited time for $279.99 at major retailers.
Purchase a Nintendo 2DS Mario Kart 7 Bundle or Nintendo 2DS YO-KAI WATCH Bundle for $89.99 at Toys R Us.
Nintendo eShop Cyber Deals
Gamers can treat themselves to a gift and save up to 50 per cent on dozens of the best-reviewed games for the Wii U console and Nintendo 3DS family of systems. This sale runs from November 25 at 9 a.m. PT to December 2 at 8:59 a.m. PT, and the full list of titles will be available at //www.nintendo.ca/cyberdeals.
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