National toy carrier Toys R’ Us is currently having a sale for all videogames in store and online. The deal is simple as it is stated in the title. Buy one get one 40% off. The sale is effective from November 13th to November 19th.
Still wondering where you’ll be able to get Amiibo’s in the stores? If you aren’t, you should. Why exactly? Many stores will be obtaining the Amiibo as an exclusive to their store, so you’ll have to keep an eye peeled out for that.
Luckily, we got you covered. Lucario, from the Pokemon series, will be an exclusive to retail store Toys “R” Us, announced by the company on their website. Lucario will be you’re only way to obtain the Pokemon in the United States, so if you plan on getting Lucario, be sure to plan a trip to the store soon.
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Toys “R” Us will be having a special promotion for Amiibo, a triple pack of Amiibo’s for a discounted price. You’ll have a chance to buy 3 Amiibo’s for a hefty discounted price.
Starting next week, shoppers will be able to buy 3 Amiibo’s for $30, any choice they desire. Although you need to purchase all 3 to receive the discounted price. And of course, they’ll be compatible with Super Smash Bros.for Wii U. The promotion starts on November 16 and lasts until November 22, but since Amiibo launches on the 21st, you’ll have 2 days to take advantage of the promotion.In total, you’ll save $9.99 if you were to purchase them separately.
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It has been confirmed that the 2DS Pokemon X and Y bundles are coming to the United States, only being previously announced in Europe for the West. Both bundles will be priced at $149.99 MSRP and released on December 6. The white/red 2DS will be sold exclusively by Target and come pre-installed in a SD card, which includes Pokemon X. The black/blue 2DS will be sold by Toys ‘R’ Us and will be pre-installed with Pokemon Y as part of the bundle