Black Friday 2019 Nintendo 3DS & 2DS deals for hardware & games

Shacknews has rounded up the best Black Friday 2019 deals for Nintendo 3DS and 2DS hardware, games, and peripherals.


The holidays are almost here, so it's time to start thinking about what to get everyone on your shopping list, whether it's a loved one or an acquaintance that you wish no particular harm. Of course, it's almost time for Black Friday 2019, which means maybe you're thinking about something to get for yourself. The Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS may not be the juggernaut they once were, but this time of year always proves to be a good time to stock up on old handheld goodness. Shacknews is here to help you find the best place to fill your 3DS and 2DS needs.

(Updated 11/27/2019)

Best Black Friday 2019 Nintendo 3DS/2DS hardware deals

Best Black Friday 2019 Nintendo 3DS 2DS Hardware Deals

The Nintendo 3DS and 2DS XL are not the big ticket items that they once were. In fact, as of this post, there are no major retailers offering deals on the base 3DS or 2DS XL hardware. Of course, we'll continue to monitor the interwebs for the best deals, so keep an eye on this space, in the event that something changes.

Best Black Friday 2019 Nintendo 3DS/2DS peripheral deals

Best Black Friday 2019 Nintendo 3DS 2DS Peripherals Deals

Likewise, the peripheral deals across major retailers appear to focus mainly on Nintendo Switch. If there's anything for Nintendo 3DS or 2DS XL, we will be sure to provide an update. In the meantime, watch this space.

Best Black Friday 2019 Nintendo 3DS/2DS games deals

Best Black Friday 2019 Nintendo 3DS 2DS games deals

If you're looking for digital deals, make sure to visit the Nintendo eShop. Hundreds of games are being discounted, with deals set to last until December 4. Here's everything you can find:

New deals may emerge in the days ahead, so make sure and check this space for updated deals. We will add any new Nintendo 3DS/2DS deals that pop up, all the way through Black Friday 2019 on November 29.

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