Nintendo Announces Back-To-School Deals and Offers Some of the Biggest Hits for Under $20

Nintendo Announces Back-To-School Deals and Offers Some of the Biggest Hits for Under $20

Everyone deserves to have a little fun before summer vacation ends and back-to-school season begins – and this applies to both kids and their parents. Nintendo knows this, and will soon roll out a stellar set of deals that will make getting ready for school a much more entertaining (and affordable) process.

Today, Nintendo announced the deals that are set to begin rolling out nationwide later this month, including:

  • The most affordable New Nintendo 3DS yet, which includes Super Mario 3D Land pre-installed and two Mario-themed face plates for $149.99, launching Aug. 26
    • New Nintendo Selects games for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U launching Aug. 26 for $19.99 each, which include Nintendo 3DS and Wii U titles
    • New Wii U amiibo bundles launching Sept. 9 for $39.99 each

Nintendo Announces Back-To-School Deals and Offers Some of the Biggest Hits for Under $20

For parents looking to purchase a Nintendo system for their children (especially first-time gamers and star students), these back-to-school deals are some of the best and most varied the brand has ever offered, including kid-friendly games and systems like new amiibo bundles and a limited-edition Mario-themed New Nintendo 3DS system.¬†There’s no better time than now for these Nintendo deals, especially with a recent study showing students that play video games test better in school. Win-win!

Nintendo Announces Back-To-School Deals and Offers Some of the Biggest Hits for Under $20

In addition to the recent price drop of the Nintendo 2DS system, which is available now for $79.99 with Mario Kart 7 pre-installed, there’s a lot to be excited about heading into the school year. Parents can even combine this deal with one of the newly announced Nintendo Selects titles for under $100 netting a system and two games!

Happy Shopping!

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