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Submitted by Nineball2112 1167d ago | news

Major retailers cut 3DS price

Sainsbury’s and Dixons go sub-£200 following GAME’s price drop.

More retailers have cut the price of the Nintendo 3DS ahead of its March launch.

Sainsbury’s has listed the handheld console at £199.99 on its website – which comes with 1,000 nectar points – while Dixons is selling it for £199. The latter is charging buyers a £10 deposit. (3DS, Dixons, Industry, Sainsbury's)

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