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Pikmin 3 Deluxe (Nintendo Switch) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Pikmin 3 Deluxe (Nintendo Switch) on sale for $29.99. Shipping is free.

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About this Game:
  • Grow a squad of adorable Pikmin and save your planet
  • Befriend different types of Pikmin and strategically use them to overcome obstacles, defeat enemies and more
  • More difficulty options, lock-on targeting and optional hints make it easier for newcomers to learn and play
  • Play new side-story missions featuring Olimar and Louie exploring planet PNF-404
  • Work cooperatively in Story or Mission mode with a friend, or go head-to-head in Bingo Battle

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Pikmin 3 Deluxe for the Nintendo Switch - $29.99

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I assume this is rhetorical, but the discounts on physical games is a perfect example of how competition works. No, or very little, competition on the digital version so deals are harder to find.
I rented this for my autistic 9 yr old son who put it in his momma's switch and had a really great time playing this game, it wasn't hard for him to pickup at all and he really enjoyed it. Worth the $30!

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Nice, matching Target's price. And the 6% cashback with the Amazon card exceeds the 5% redcard promo.
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Why can't digital be the same price…I'm tired of having physical versions
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Why can't digital be the same price…I'm tired of having physical versions
I assume this is rhetorical, but the discounts on physical games is a perfect example of how competition works. No, or very little, competition on the digital version so deals are harder to find.
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The whistle blowing and the annoying sounds they make kills it for me
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Do I want this game? Please give me a recommendation one way or the other, knowing absolutely nothing about me or my preferences. Make it very specific and accurate please. I will be blaming you if you are wrong.
buy now, think later
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buy now, think later
Hesitated yesterday when it was on sale then went out of stock. Jumped on it just now
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I played this on Wii U years ago; fantastic game. Maybe watch a review if you're not sure it's for you. If you hate the Pikmin and the sounds they make, you can feed them to the baddies, drown them, etc. I have a soft spot for them and I'm a alpha male, 220 all muscle. Only betas hate Pikmin
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No brainer! You can play through it and easily resell for the same price.
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Quote from GlockGuy07 :
Why can't digital be the same price…I'm tired of having physical versions

You can't expect digitals to match discounts on physical. Physicals go on discount more often because inventory and shelf space has to be managed and predicted. When a retailer or manufacture predicts wrong, too much shelf space is taken up so now they have to get rid of the extra inventory. THAT's how we get these sales. So how does Digital games get us sales if there is no physical space to take up in logistics, shipping, retail shelf space? It just doesn't. Publisher just gets a profit on basically whatever price they set and make sales based on sales trends by the week/month around the year. Think Steam sales that happen during specific weeks each year.
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Great game. Have it for Wii u but got it for coop with wife. She enjoys overcooked for reference
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I rented this for my autistic 9 yr old son who put it in his momma's switch and had a really great time playing this game, it wasn't hard for him to pickup at all and he really enjoyed it. Worth the $30!
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why are these games always around $60 when it's not on sale...?
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