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Where To Buy A 3DS XL?

Published on July 25, 2012 by

Will you be picking one up?

With the 3DS XL launch just days away we figured we’d help those out looking for the best deals. Below you’ll find the prices for just the console itself from the biggest retailers in the UK.

 

The biggest retailers and their 3DS XL prices (Lowest to Highest)

Zavvi: £167.95

The Hut: £167.95

Grainger Games: £168.99

Gamestop: £169.87

Amazon: £174.99

Play.com: £174.99

GAME: £174.99

GameStation: £174.99

Tesco: £175.00

Toys R Us: £177.97

Very: £179.00

ShopTo: £179.86

Argos: £179.99

Blockbuster: £179.99

Sainsburys: £179.99

 

Remember GAME are doing a great deal for those looking to trade in their old 3DS for the XL. You’ll receive any of the three 3DS XL colours available as well as charger for just £79.99. That means you’ll be getting nearly £100 credit for your old console. Not bad indeed. Also if you’re worried about losing all your saves and data, GAME will let you transfer it when you buy the new console.

 
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  1. Marc

    You might want to put an * next to GAME.
    It was £200 which included a £20 pre-order and this was in store.

  2. Dave

    Great post and I can’t wait to get my hands on one of them.

    This link might help also to keep you up to date with prices from the big retailers:

    http://www.finditforless.co.uk/search/3ds-xl-console/

    seems like a good site to get the latest prices but I dont think the GAME offer will be beaten any time soon!

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