Catch Pokémon X and a 2DS for $100 at Target

Target is offering a $100 bundle of Pokémon X and an appropriately-red 2DS “while supplies last” through their website. That’s about $50 cheaper than you could get both of them through Amazon ($125ish for a 3DS and $33 for Pokémon X). If you really had your heart set on a blue 2DS and Pokémon Y you’ll still have to pay more.

If you really do like 3D and huge, low-pixel-density screens and want to buy, say, one of the limited-edition Pokémon 3DS XLs, CheapAssGamer reports that Target is also offering a $40 gift card with the purchase of any 3DS XL—perfect for picking up a copy of Pokémon X or Y with. That particular offer is good through April 19th, 2014.

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