Bargain Alert: 20% off Games at JB Hi-Fi until Sunday 

by Daniel VuckovicMay 15, 2014

There’s 20% off games this weekend at JB Hi-Fi which is great news, the best news though is it brings those pesky first party Wii U and 3DS titles that never drop in price right down to a nice level.

Sure you could import these games but if you’re lazy and impatient – then you can just nip down to the store (or order online) and pick these up.

The discounts don’t apply to hardware, games yet to be released (so no Mario Kart 8) and gift cards.

Here’s some bargains we liked.

Wii U

  • Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze – Link$59.20
  • Pikmin 3 – Link$59.20
  • Disney Infinity Starter Pack – Link $55.20
  • Wii Party U + Wii Remote Plus – Link $63.20
  • The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker – Link $63.20
  • Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed – Link  – $38.39
  • Tekken Tag  Tournament 2 – Link – $19.98
  • Skylanders Swap Force Starter Pack – Link – $39.20
  • New Super Mario Bros U – Link – $55.20


  • Mario Golf: World Tour – Link – $47.20
  • Kirby: Triple Deluxe – Link$43.20
  • Bravely Default – Link$43.20
  • A Link Between Worlds – Link$43.20
  • Pokemon X and Pokemon Y – $43.20
  • Paper Mario Sticker Star – Link$36.00

There’s really too many to list, every one is 20% off after all. If you see anything else huge we missed let us know in the comments.

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  • Megan
    May 15, 2014 at 4:12 pm

    Ocarina of Time 3D is only $51.20!

  • Willsy
    May 15, 2014 at 10:08 pm

    Thanks for this, ever since I managed to come here via googling Nintendo pre orders I’ve enjoyed your Nintendo only coverage. Keep up the good work. Btw a list of preorder content for the Wii u n 3ds would be awsesome for past and future games.

  • Burak H
    May 19, 2014 at 9:37 am

    Sometime last year, Nintendo Australia offered Ocarina of Time 3D for $39.95 on the eShop. I was hoping that other first party games would follow suit, but alas…

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