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1. Posted: Sun 3rd May 2009 13:24 BST
Here is the place to post about all the best bargains for the DS that you've found across the internet. Don't forget to include a link, price and country for the offer, so you don't get anyone's hopes up only to shoot them straight back down.Don't forget that this is a DS thread, go to the Wii section of the site for Wii-related bargains that you may find.
I'll start...Bangai O Spirits£7.95 at Game.co.uk
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2. Posted: Mon 4th May 2009 12:26 BST
These are all from Gamestation.co.uk, all new and all with free delivery. Plenty there to be tempted by!
GTA Chinatown Wars - £19.98
Final Fantasy Tactics A2 - £12.98
FFXII Revenant Wings - £9.98!
Bomberman 2 - £12.98
XG Blast! - £12.98
Disgaea DS - £19.98
Ninjatown - £9.98!
Well, that's enough for now, I think.
Edited on Mon 4th May, 2009 @ 12:26 by James
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3. Posted: Mon 4th May 2009 17:23 BST
I buy most things at Movietyme.com - they're usually very cheap on multiple items.
4. Posted: Thu 7th May 2009 19:59 BST
Crash of the Titans£4.49 at Gamesbasement.co.uk
Heroes of Mana£4.98 at Gamesbasement.co.uk
Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings£5.49 at Gamesbasement.co.uk
Professor Layton£21.00 at Gamesbasement.co.uk
Edited on Thu 7th May, 2009 @ 19:59 by Wiiloveit
5. Posted: Sun 17th May 2009 04:15 BST
Well, this isn't STRICTLY an Internet bargain, but...Harvey Norman stores (in Australia) are offering a 4GB SD Card and 50 free photo prints with every DSi! Isn't that neat?
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6. Posted: Sun 17th May 2009 04:54 BST
I'm not sure how many of you have Hastings stores in your area, but the one in the city near where I live was putting out a bunch of the good games in the clearance bin yesterday for $9.99-$14.99. They even had a New Super Mario Bros. in there.
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7. Posted: Sun 17th May 2009 05:17 BST
Estarland.com has good deals on current and retro games. Their prices are always lower than the norm on brand new games.
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8. Posted: Sat 11th Jul 2009 00:16 BST
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9. Posted: Sat 11th Jul 2009 01:06 BST
I usually go on Amazon and Play, so here's some I found on those sites (Note that Amazon charges for shipping), all new. There's a few here in the list but I'm sure you lot won't mind, considering the cause.
100 Classic Book Collection - £9.99 at Play
Worms: Open Warfare 2 - £9.99 at Play
Guitar Hero: On Tour (with Guitar Grip) - £9.99 at Amazon
Viva Pinata: Pocket Paradise - £9.99 at Play
Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword - £7.99 at Play
Super Monkey Ball: Touch and Roll - £7.99 at Play
Rhythm Paradise - £15 at Amazon
Henry Hatsworth - £10.99 at Amazon
Rune Factory: A Fantasy Harvest Moon - £9.99 at Amazon
Dragon Quest IV: Chapters Of The Chosen - £5.45 at Amazon
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Rings of Fate - £7.99 at A...
Edited on Sat 11th July, 2009 @ 01:09 by Terra