The official 3DS price cut takes place today, and it seems that Amazon or Tesco are the best place to go to get your hands on the 3D stricken handheld if you don’t have one already.
You can place an order for a brand new 3DS from Tesco for just £115 from today. Or, if you don’t fond of making a contact at people directly in the eye (i understand, people are so overrated, aren’t they?) Amazon.co.uk have pricematched them and are also retailing both colours for at the same tag £115.
If you’re the quirky type, cash back site Quidco.com also provide 8% cashback on Tesco Entertainment purchases, so if you purchase your 3DS online from the Tesco site in the form of Quidco you’ll eventually get £9.20 cash back, which brings the total cost to at just £105.80.
In the meantime, over at fellow supermarket Morrisons you can grab one up for £120 but the games are also priced down to £25.
Here’s a list of what the stores in UK are charging – tell us if you spot an error.
Tesco – £115 (£105.80 through Quidco.com)
Amazon.co.uk – £115
Morrisons – £120, £25 for software
Zavvi.co.uk – £129.85
ShopTo.net – £134.86
Asda – £134.99
Sainsbury’s – £139.99
HMV (website) – £139.99
Game – £149.99 or £159.99 with Ocarina Of Time 3D