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Aussie Bargain Roundup: Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon [Update 1]

by Daniel VuckovicNovember 17, 2016

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At long last they’re finally here, the next big mainline Pokémon games! Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon look set to shake up the formula a bunch with not just a ton of interesting new Pokémon and an exciting new region, but also fundamental changes to the core gameplay and everything we know about Pokemon games.

But you know all about that, you’re here for the game and you’re here for it cheap – that’s what this is for.

As usual Big W is keeping its cards close its chest, Target is always good for a bargain and they should be $49. Some other stories are cheaper but then you have to account for shipping. The Gamesmen have a good deal if you want to buy too, but again you have to account for shipping.

If you want the game digitally, well you really have no choice. We’ll keep an eye out for cheap eShop cards – but we should have seen something by now if there was going to be any.

So then, Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon?


Bonus DLC for all stores:

Anyone who buys one of the games after they launch on 18th November and connects a Nintendo 3DS family system to the internet before 11th January 2017 will receive Munchlax in the game, along with a Snorlium Z to unlock the special Z-Move known as Pulverizing Pancake. Visit Nintendo’s website for more.


Big W

  • Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon – $46Link

Thanks to William for the image.

Dungeon Crawl

  • Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon – $55.62 – Link

Australian stock, will ship 1 – 2 days before release

EB Games

  • Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Collector’s Edition – $69.95Link
  • Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Standard – $59.95 Link
  • Nintendo 2DS Pokemon Sun Special Edition – $169 – Link
  • Nintendo 2DS Pokemon Moon Special Edition – $169 – Link
  • Nintendo 3DS XL Pokemon Solgaleo and Lunala Limited Edition Console – $249 – Link
  • Pokémon Sun & Pokémon Moon: The Official Collector’s Edition Strategy Guide – $59.95Link

Collector’s Edition contains the game as well as a Steelbook and either Sun or Moon pin. ‘Final Units’ are now available.

eShop – Digital

  • Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon – $59.95

If pre-purchased and loaded before November 17th you will get 12 Quick Balls to use in game.

The Gamesmen

  • Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon double bundle – $99.95Link
  • Pokémon Sun – $55 – Link
  • Pokémon Moon – $55 – Link
  • Nintendo 2DS Pokemon Sun Special Edition – $169.95Link
  • Nintendo 2DS Pokemon Moon Special Edition – $169.95 – Link
  • Nintendo 3DS XL Pokemon Solgaleo and Lunala Limited Edition Console – $249Link

JB Hi-FI

  • Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon – $59Link
  • Nintendo 2DS Pokemon Sun Special Edition – $169 – Link
  • Nintendo 2DS Pokemon Moon Special Edition – $169 – Link
  • Nintendo 3DS XL Pokemon Solgaleo and Lunala Limited Edition Console – $249 – Link

MightyApe

  • Pokémon Sun – $49.99 – Link
  • Pokémon Moon – $49.99 – Link
  • Nintendo 2DS Pokemon Sun Special Edition – $155 – Link
  • Nintendo 2DS Pokemon Moon Special Edition – $155 – Link
  • Nintendo 3DS XL Pokemon Solgaleo and Lunala Limited Edition Console – $235 – Link

Target

  • Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon – $49  – Link
  • Nintendo 3DS XL Pokemon Solgaleo and Lunala Limited Edition Console – $249 – Link

BeatTheBomb (Import)

  • Pokémon Sun – $48.95Link
  • Pokémon Moon – $54.95Link

OzGameShop (Import)

  • Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon – $53.99 – Link

Notes

  • Nintendo 2DS bundle includes a downloadable version of either version of the game, but the same blue console.
  • Nintendo 3DS XL console does not include the game (but is available now).
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