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Promoted 05-14-2016 by johnny_miller at 06:43 PM View Original Post
Amazon has The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD w/ Midna amiibo (Wii U) for $40.18 Now-> $39.14. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks dweezy

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Edited May 14, 2016 at 10:57 PM by dweezy
Price drop in the The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD - Wii U bundle that includes the amiibo. $39.80 (price is still steadily dropping) with Prime shipping

http://www.amazon.com/Legend-Zeld...017W1771Y/
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Nice, beats the $47.99 I paid when I pre-ordered with Prime.

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Quote from dweezy View Post :
Price drop in the The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD - Wii U bundle that includes the amiibo. $40.32 with Prime shipping

http://www.amazon.com/Legend-Zeld...017W1771Y/
Nice, beats the $47.99 I paid when I pre-ordered with Prime.
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Not one for collecting but I have done so for this. Is it time to buy a version i can play????
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why not just preorder the new Zelda game for about the same price?
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why not just preorder the new Zelda game for about the same price?
Because it's not even going to be out until the NX launches?
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Great price with the Amiibo.
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The amiibo is known as the "Wolf Link" amiibo, not the "Midna" amiibo. Just so people don't think there is a second amiibo associated with the game.
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Just finished the Wii version a couple months ago. Don't know if the Amiibo itself is worth picking up.
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thank you, good find.
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Hmmm. Do the HD versions of Nintendo IPs retain their value as much as the initial releases and all the sequels?
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Hmmm. Do the HD versions of Nintendo IPs retain their value as much as the initial releases and all the sequels?
Only as long as they don't go Nintendo Selects. Wind Waker HD still retains its value decently well. Still have the CE with a Ganondorf statue I'm waiting to sell.
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Anyone check camel on this? Interesting that it's been steadily dropping in price every day since early May. Wonder when it'll bottom out
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Thanks Op, had BB price match this evening prior to close.
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#15
Dang bought this 6 days ago from Amazon. Apparently they changed their price adjustment policy and no longer do that, or price match any websites unless it's for a TV.
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