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Wii price cut: $129.99 bundle includes Wii Sports & Wii Sports Resort

Wii has received a US price drop from Nintendo ahead of the Wii U launch next month, with a new bundle launching October 28th.

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Wii Price Cut headlines

  • GAME and GameStation drop Wii bundle price to £99.99

    GAME and GameStation announced today they’re to start selling Wii for £99.99.

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  • Best Buy puts Wii on sale for $169.99

    While the rumored Wii price cut for May 15 is still around a month away, Best Buy has already put the console on sale, although it’s not as cheap as the rumored price of $150.

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  • Rumor: Target advert lists Wii for $199

    A supposed Target ad for the week of September 27 has surfaced and features a sale on Wii for $199. This is a $50 price drop just like the one rumored for Toys R Us in the US. Nintendo has commented that the price cuts are retailer decisions only, and not an official one sanctioned […]

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  • Nintendo: No plans to cut price of Wii at this time

    Nintendo has told CVG that there are “no plans” at present to reduce the cost of Wii. “We currently have no plans to cut the price of Wii,” a Nintendo spokesperson told the site. “Current talk of price cuts is rumour and speculation. This is rumor and speculation as Nintendo have made no announcements on […]

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  • Pachter expects Wii price cut before year's end

    Michael Pachter says that Nintendo will slash the price for Wii later this year in order for the company to meet its shipment target. “Wii supply has finally exceeded demand, so we expect hardware sales to show year-over-year decreases for the first half of 2009,” he said in a research note. “In order to hit […]

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  • Nintendo reiterates stance on price cuts, there won't be one

    Nintendo has once again said that the company has no plans for a Wii price cut any time soon. When asked about it once more, Nintendo UK’s David Yarnton told Eurogamer that it will not happen this year, and economic conditions may not allow it to happen in 2010 either. “No. We’ve no plans. Nintendo […]

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