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US: Dell Announces An Extremely Expensive SNES Mini Bundle At $479.93

There’s no doubt that the SNES Mini is in high demand and Dell knows this which is why they’ve put together an extremely expensive bundle if you wish to own one. The bundle includes SNES Classic, a Nintendo 3DS XL, and 5 Nintendo 3DS Games. The total of which comes to a massive $479.93. If you’ve got the cash you can order one here. The deal goes live on Monday at 11:00 AM EST.

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17 comments

    1. Not on the side of bundles, but at least these are quality games that sell fine on their own. If it was Gamestop, it’d be their new found stock of cheaply made, overpriced ThinkGeek “collectibles”. Still crap though.

  1. King Kalas X3 {I only buy exclusives that interest me on Switch. For everything else that interests me, there is PS4.} says:

    That’s actually not a bad deal from what I can see of the games they got on offer in the bundle. Of course, if you don’t care about any one of those games, it would be cheaper to buy the SNES Mini, a Nintendo 3DS XL, & whatever one of those games you do like separately.

  2. Weirdest bundle Ive ever seen. Personally bundling a 3DS handheld with a throwback retro SNES mini is very “intriguing”.

    This bundle is for a guy/girl whose heavy in RPG’s, ADVENTURE w rpg elements & TURN BASED ADVENTURES. Which is pretty cool if you’re into that. (Like me!!! Lol. Admittedly a Great selection of top tiered games)
    My issue is Im more of a handheld guy anyway. Therefore I would play the crap outta the 3DS while the SNES MINI (as awesome as it is) would get little attention. Especially since I can download a number of those titles on my 3DS from the “Nintendo 3ds eshop”.

    I would’ve liked this bundle better if they included:

    *A NINTENDO SWITCH $300
    *128GB MICRO SD CARD $60
    *MARIO ODYSSEY $60
    *SNES MINI $80
    *& Ill sweeten the deal w/ a free
    $20 NINTENDO ESHOP POINTS CARD- FREE!!!

    …now that’s a deal!!!

    1. Obviously the sought after item is the SNES, so this isn’t for you.

      They won’t offer a Switch or promo with either item as they’re high demand.

  3. As long as they still sell the SNES Mini separately, it’s ok… If not, I don’t know in USA but it would be illegal in Brazil. You can’t condition one product to another.

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