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Buy 1 Get 1 40% Off All Nintendo 3DS, DS, Wii, Wii U Games At Toys R Us

For two days only, from November 21st to the 22nd, consumers can buy one get one 40 percent off all Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, Nintendo DS and Wii games at Toys R Us. The upcoming offer will apply to Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire – all of which are launching on November 21st as well. Toys R Us is currently hosting another Nintendo-related deal that allows buyers to purchase three amiibo figures for $30. This offer will also end on November 22nd.

Grab A Free Amiibo When Buying Super Smash Bros Wii U From Toys R Us

Want to get a free Amiibo figure? Well if you decide to purchase Super Smash Bros on the Wii U from US retailer Toys R Us then you’re entitled to one absolutely free. It appears as though you can select any Amiibo so you’ll have to make a choice. Super Smash Bros retails for $59.99 at Toys R Us and is due for release next month.

Thanks, MasterPikachu6

Pokemon Y $19.99 At Toys R Us From December 6th-7th

Popular retailer Toys R Us will be selling the well-received Pokemon Y for the bargain price of $19.99 from December 6th till December 7th. It should also be mentioned that if you purchase two games in their sale then you’re eligible for a $10 gift card. So if you’ve yet to pick up Pokemon Y, tomorrow is the perfect time to do so.

Thanks, Tim

Update: Several readers are reporting that Toys R Us are now saying that this was a misprint and they are selling the game at full price.

Nintendo Appears To Have Increased Its Presence At Toys R Us For The Holidays


Recent images that have appeared on NeoGAF suggest that Nintendo has greatly increased its presence at US retailer Toys R Us. You can see from the photos provided here that there’s plenty of Nintendo merchandise to be found at the popular retail outlet. So if you’re looking to check out what Nintendo has to offer this holiday season then it’s well worth visiting your local Toys R Us store to get hands on with some of the big games this Christmas.

Thanks, Jimbob