Submitted by ClearanceBinReview 1056d ago | article

Unadvertised price drops on select 3DS games at Best Buy

Great news for those of you who just got a shiny new 3DSXL and are looking to expand your 3DS library. Several 3DS games have gotten price reductions/clearanced out at Best Buy and for those of you who can get to your local store to search for the titles this evening you can still take advantage of the B2G1 sales on all 3DS games. These games were all marked at a local store, did not appear to be a manager special and required no override at the register when purchasing them. That said, as is often the case for price drops like these, prices may vary depending based on different stores. These prices will likely be IN STORE ONLY. (3DS, Best Buy, Cartoon Network Punch-Time Explosion, Dream Trigger 3D, James Noir's Hollywood Crimes, PES 2011 3D, Ridge Racer 3D, Samurai Warriors: Chronicles, The Adventures of Tintin)

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