Tesco, Morrisons going sub-£120 3DS before tomorrow’s price-cut

By Johnny Cullen
11 August 2011 08:42 GMT

UK supermarkets Tesco and Morrisons have jumped the gun and cut the price of 3DS ahead of the handheld’s official price-cut in the west from tomorrow. Tesco has slashed its price to £115 (via EG), while Morrisons are going with £120, both of which are effective from tomorrow. Games from the latter are being priced at £25. It was only yesterday that GameStop was selling it online for £135, with expectation being the RRP for 3DS in the UK following the price cut would be £140.

The price-cut takes hold in Japan as of today.

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