news\ Nov 28, 2016 at 9:41 am

Cyber Monday 2016: Here are Nintendo console, handheld and game deals

The best deals on 3DS and Wii U for Cyber Monday

Nintendo Cyber Monday Deals

The Nintendo Switch may be due in March 2017, but that only means the current Wii U and 3DS will be at an all-time low price! For those looking for Xbox One and Playstation 4 deals, we've got those too!

Here are Nintendo's best Cyber Monday 3DS deals:

  • New 3DS XL Yoshi Edition: The Lime Green Nintendo New 3DS XL in Lime Green comes complete with a pre-loaded copy of Super Mario World on the virtual console. Available at Amazon for $199.99
  • New 3DS Mario Black or White: This sale is ridiculous. The New 3DS Super Mario edition in Black or White custom faceplate for only $99 from Best Buy. ~Keeps selling out and restocking. Also available at most physical retailers~
  • New 3DS 3D Land: This new 3DS comes with a custom Mario faceplate and Super Mario 3D Land. $199 at Amazon.
  • The Mega Bundle: PS4 500GB, Xbox One 500GB and Wii U 32GB (All Pre-owned) for $599.99 at Gamestop.

And here's Nintendo's best Cyber Monday Wii U deals:

  • Wii U 32 GB: Simple and clean. A guaranteed refurbished Wii U deluxe model for $229.99 at Gamestop.
  • Wii U 8GB: No frill, no gimmicks. The original 8 GB Wii U. Remember, external drives do work with the Wii U! $199.99 at Gamestop.

Lastly, the best Nintendo deals on games:

  • Shin Megami Tensei 4: Apocalypse (3DS): For fans of the SMT series, this is a must have at $39.78 at Amazon.
  • Pokemon Omega Ruby (3DS): Pokemon's 3rd generation revisited with 3D visuals and new gameplay for $25.97 at Walmart.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D (3DS): The much-debated pinnacle of the Zelda franchise Ocarina of Time in 3D and in your hands. $16.06 at Amazon.
  • Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U): The best Open-world RPG on Wii U for $39.97 at GameStop

Wait we're not done! Cyber Monday Amiibo sales:

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