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Nintendo 3DS XL marked down $50 online at Walmart

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Those looking for another chance to get a Nintendo 3DS XL at a cheaper price have another opportunity Tuesday, Dec. 31 as Walmart has knocked $50 off the handheld's price. That is as long as your favorite color is black. There are other options available with slightly discounted Limited Editions and bundles, however.

The all black Nintendo 3DS XL is on sale for $149.96 with options for free shipping or free in-store pickup. Sales tax is applicable though.

While the red/black, blue/black and pink/white 3DS XLs are all at their regular price, there are a couple of options for the Limited Edition handhelds available. The Silver Mario & Luigi Limited Edition version of the handheld which comes with Mario & Luigi: Dream Team is available for $20 off at $179 even. There's also a Silver Mario & Luigi Limited Edition Handheld bundle available at full price that comes with your choice of two free games or an accessory. Paper Mario: Sticker Star is the best of the bunch though with the rest being older or lesser titles.

There's also a Nintendo 3DS XL Zelda bundle available as well with your choice of two free games for $229. Unfortunately, the selection is not as good the Silver Mario & Luigi bundle.

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