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    nintendo dsi

    wheres the cheapest place to buy a dsi
    in GBP
    i cba with the whole dolar exchange thing...

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    Costco bundle package.
    Sp. event, around 160 new

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastwords? View Post
    Costco bundle package.
    Sp. event, around 160 new
    That would likely increase the price. It costs 170 dollars. That is just the way it is.

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    http://www.wiichat.com/nintendo-ds/
    The DS section

    The cheapest ive seen one is for £146 in Morrisons


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    actually i just saw that game sell em for £150
    with no extras tho

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    That website sells them for £149.99 with a free accessory pack.

    I'm so gutted that DS Lites have price dropped by like £20.. I feel ripped off!

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.play.com/Games/DS/4-/9070059/Nintendo-DSi-Console-White/Product.html

    Special Features

    * FREE Accessory Pack contains:
    * White DSi case
    * USB car charger
    * USB data cable
    * Stylus x 2
    * Cleaning cloth
    * Console features:
    * Two motion-detecting cameras
    * Take shots using a range of 11 special camera effects
    * Save content onto an SD memory card, upload to your PC or Wii and share with friends and family using WiiConnect24
    * Enhanced volume and sound quality
    * Plays AAC-encoded music
    * Apply effects to sound files that are played on the console
    * Download DSiWare and customise your Nintendo DSi with games and applications from the DSi Shop
    * Matt finish and a full 12% thinner than the Nintendo DS Lite
    * Bigger, brighter 3.25" screen

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    http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_ss_...dsi&sprefix=ds
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    But some times they charge for postage
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    That website sells them for 149.99 with a free accessory pack.

    I'm so gutted that DS Lites have price dropped by like 20.. I feel ripped off!
    Play are usealy quite good with being cheap and extras
    But you wont need most the stuff they sell with it
    Id rather have some money off some games

    But ive found a place in Stockport that sells things a bit to cheap
    The last DS lite I saw in there was selling for 50 that was before the DSi came out


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkprinny View Post
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_ss_...dsi&sprefix=ds
    144.97
    But some times they charge for postage

    Play are usealy quite good with being cheap and extras
    But you wont need most the stuff they sell with it
    Id rather have some money off some games

    But ive found a place in Stockport that sells things a bit to cheap
    The last DS lite I saw in there was selling for 50 that was before the DSi came out
    I find that also. The accessory pack isn't essential to play a DS, whereas a game would be, but I guess they'd lose money if they added a decent game instead and anyway, they have a longer list of extras as they get to list all the accessories! So it looks like the customer is getting more.

    Play is also good because it's free postage to the UK on all items I think! They've never let me down.

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    Littlewoods direct

    http://www.littlewoodsdirect.com/rf/...duct=582715983

    Use the code ZG754 to get £30 off if you are a new customer.

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