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Kmart 3DS deal: $25 off one game with system

8:30 PM on 03.22.2011

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

Retailers have not been shy about promoting their deals for the Nintendo 3DS launch this weekend. Retailer Kmart joins in the fun this evening with this notice of a pretty good deal for launch week.

Buy a Nintendo 3DS at Kmart from March 27th through April 2nd and save $25 instantly on a 3DS game. That means that many games will be about $15 after discount. Kmart lists these games as eligible for a discount: Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition, Madden NFL Football, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Shadow Wars, Asphalt 3D, Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D, The Sims 3, and Rayman 3D. That said, they use the phrase "not limited to," so I'm sure you can get the discount on just about any title. 

Man, that's a steal. You don't want to know what I spent on the Japanese versions of these games. 

Nice. Keep 'em coming, retailers.

[Update: Kmart comes through. Hit the jump to see the full list of eligible games.]

you can save $25 instantly on any 3DS launch game (reg. $29.99-$39.99). 

Confirmed Launch Titles 
Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars $39.99 
Madden NFL Football $39.99 
The Sims 3 $39.99 
Asphalt $39.99 
Combat of the Giant Dinosaurs $39.99 
Rayman $39.99 
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon $39.99 
Ridge Racer $39.99 
Super Street Fighter IV $39.99 
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 $39.99 
Super Monkey Ball $39.99 
Nintendogs + Cats: French Bulldog a $39.99 
Nintendogs + Cats: Toy Poodle $39.99 
Nintendogs + Cats: Lab and Friends $39.99 
Pilot Wings Resort $39.99 
Steel Diver $39.99 
Bust-A-Move Universe $29.99 
Samurai Warriors Chronicles $39.99 



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