Wii U Black Friday deals: best prices on Nintendo consoles, 3DS and games

Updated November 13

Black Friday is the perfect time to finally buy the Wii U or 3DS you’ve been thinking about, and retailers are certainly competing for your dollar. You’ll find the best deals on Nintendo consoles and games in this article, and we’ll update the best deals as we get closer to Black Friday.

If you want to compare the best Nintendo deals and plan your attack strategy, this is where you want to be. Good luck, and be sure to check back often as we update the offers and list the best ones here! While many of these ads are taken from scans and leaks, Nintendo has officially announced many of its offerings. We have updated the message accordingly.

Wii U

The best Wii U bundle right now can be found at Walmart: $249.99 gets you a 32GB system with digital copies of Super Smash Bros. for WiiU and Splaton.

Gamestop will have the same package, but it’s $279.99. Target also offers the same price for the same package. Save some cash and head to Walmart.

3DS

Want a new 3DS XL? Head towards Meijer. New Nintendo 3DS XL will retail for $179.99, the same price as Target and GameStop, but you’ll receive an additional $20 gift card at checkout. Not bad!

Walmart also has a red or blue 3DS XL for $129.99, and it comes with a preloaded copy of 3D Super Mario Land. It’s not the “new” 3DS XL, but if you’re ok with it, or you’re buying for a younger kid, it’s a bargain.

At worst, Best Buy will offer the New 3DS XL for $179.99 on Black Friday, a savings of $20. It’s not much, but it’s still cheaper than what’s on retail right now. Gamestop offers the same deal, as does Target.

Target will also have the following games on sale for $15

amiibo

These will go fast, but you can increase your collection by buying one, get one for 40% off all figures and cards at Toys R Us.

If you want the rare stuff, Walmart has the exclusive Super Mario Bros. 30th anniversary mario amiibo figure with the modern coloring for $12.96.

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Timothy C. Mayo