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2DS gets a slight discount at various UK retailers, down to around £99

Posted on October 22, 2013 by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News

Several UK retailers have slashed the 2DS’ price just below £100.

Sainsbury has the device going for £99.99 in-store. Tesco Direct has stock available for around the same price, as does Amazon.

Argos also intends to offer the 2DS for £99 along with LEGO The Lord of the Rings and Moshi Monsters: Katsuma Unleashed. The special offer lasts through October 26.


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  • Rodrigo Coelho Costa Junior

    how much was it before?

  • Rodrigo Coelho Costa Junior

    how much was it before?

    • Mark

      It was 109 pounds (if I remember correctly). Even with the price drop to 99 pounds, that is still $160.50 USD. I can run down to best buy and grab one for $129 here in the states. 99 pounds, that is a lot of money for a 2DS.

      • Rodrigo Coelho Costa Junior

        But don’t forget they also get paid in pounds.. it’s their economy, so in absolute numbers they might be paying more, but in relative numbers, it’s just as expensive or even cheaper for them to buy a 2DS then it is for an average american. Personally I don’t think it’s unfair.

        In any case, its still a lot cheaper then getting this in Brazil (where I live).

      • Tiggy

        Tell me about it :p Everything costs more! New games cost £40 each. Personally I think £99 is really cheap for what you’re getting.