The 2DS has taken the reigns from Nintendo's 3DS, making it one of the most popular handheld games consoles with an absurdly huge game library, and console variants to suit just about every price point. The Switch may be muscling in on its turf, but the Nintendo 2DS is still the handheld king. Make sure you check back here for the best deals right now.
We're collecting deals from across the the 3DS family of handheld consoles, which includes the 2DS and New 2DS XL, as well as the 3DS and 3DS XL, which appear to have been phased out so are particularly hard to come by.
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Best Nintendo 2DS deals right now
We're scouring the web for the best Nintendo 2DS discounts all year, to make sure this list represents the best 2DS deals you can get. Head to our deals site to find more of our curated picks across loads of categories.
1. Nintendo 2DS XL Bundle
From: Currys PC World
Now: £129 (£70.96 off)
Save over £70 on this Nintendo 2DS XL bundle from Currys PC World which includes Devilish Brain Training, Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, and Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer.
2. Nintendo 3DS Yo-Kai Watch
Now: £14.39 (£20.60 off)
3. Detective Pikachu 3DS
Now: £29.86 (15% off)
This is the best price we could find for Detective Pikachu, but keep in mind that it's a digital download. The good news is that means you can play it as soon as you buy it.
4. Mario Party: Star Rush (3DS)
Currently, this is the best price we could spot for this game.
5. Nintendo 2DS with Mario Kart 7
This is the cheapest price we've seen for any 2DS with a game included - and Mario Kart 7 is an all-time classic.
What to look for
Discounts on 2DS and 3DS consoles aren't often huge, especially because they're priced at reasonable prices all year round.
The best bet are bundles with the console and games, especially for the cheapest 2DS - it's not hard to grab a console and multiple games for £80, which is brilliant value.
The New 2DS XL costs a little more, normally available for around £145, but there are bundles including a single great game for the same RRP as the console on its own.
As for games, the biggest savings are on third-party titles, as Nintendo's own games tend to stay at full price for a while. The exceptions are those included in the Nintendo Selects range - classic games reissued at less than half the price, all of which are worth picking up if you haven't played them before.
Where to find 2DS deals
Most major game retailers will occasionally do discounts on 2DS games and consoles, along with just about anywhere else that sells games and consoles, including the ubiquitous Amazon.
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Beyond Amazon, here are a few of the best places to check: