Nintendo Black Friday Deals: Big Discounts For 3DS Handheld, Wii U; Nintendo Switch On The List? 'Pokemon Sun & Moon' On Sale?

By AASalvador , Updated Nov 20, 2016 09:34 PM EST

Nintendo Black Friday deals are slowly trickling out and gamers cannot wait to get hold of the Japanese consoles. But the question is where to find the best deals in the market?

The Nintendo 3DS handheld special edition is offered for only $99.99 at Best Buy. It even has a design that "Super Mario" fans will surely be happy about. According to Polygon, the new Nintendo 3DS set will be available in black or white and might be in limited stock. Most major outlets will carry this special edition, so consumers need not be worried where to buy. If gamers want a cheaper model, they could go for 2DS rather than the Nintendo 3DS handheld. It is offered for only $79.99 for either electric blue or crimson red. Both models are bundled with "Mario Kart 7" at Game Stop.

For the Nintendo Wii U, Toys R Us offers a $20 discount for "Super Mario Maker" and "Just Dance 2017," while "Minecraft" has a $10 mark down. Take note, however, that the deal is only offered from Nov 24 to 26.

Meanwhile, Walmart has a special deal for "Splatoon" on Wii U which will only cost $35 on Nove 24 to 25. At $25 each, "Just Dance 2017" and "Lego Marvel's Avengers" are considered the best buy.

Exclusive to Amazon, the Nintendo New 3DS XL Special Edition Lime Green is only at $199.99. More 3DS games are offered in Amazon, though they may not be all exclusive to the giant retailer. "Mario Kart 7" is offered at $18.61, while the "Pokemon Moon" and "Pokemoon Sun" costs only $39.99. Game Stop is offereing "Pokemon Sun & Moon" for Nintendo 3DS for only &39.99.

Not much has been reported about the Nintendo Switch but fans know that it is on its way. Stores would want their stocks to move out even before the Holiday season begins. Have you decided where to get your Nintendo Black Friday deals? Tell us what you think and stay tuned to Gamenguide.

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