Chapters Indigo: Wii U Deluxe Console Set Was $299 | Now $239 w/ Visa Checkout

Chapters Indigo: Wii U Deluxe Console Set Was $299 | Now $239 w/ Visa Checkout


I am going to continue to point out some of the amazing deals you can score with the Visa Checkout20% off discount at Chapters Indigo. The Wii U Deluxe Console Set with Super Mario 3D World & Nintendo Land comes down from $299 to only $239.20 after Visa Checkout discount.

Thanks to my tester Daniel, I have confirmed that the Visa Checkout discount can be used on more than one order per account. He has already placed two orders with the Visa Checkout discount.

Now, I price compared this console with as many other retailers as I could find it at. I do this to ensure that you are receiving the best deal possible. This console costs:

  • $299 @ Amazon Canada
  • $299.99 @ Toys R Us Canada
  • $299 @ Walmart Canada
  • $430.99 @ Tiger Direct Canada
  • $299.99 @ Best Buy Canada
  • $309.99 @ Newegg Canada

While most of these qualify for free shipping, that still does not offset the just over $60 difference between Chapters Canada and other retailers. The console on Chapters Indigo does not qualify for free shipping to your home. However, you can have it shipped to store free of charge (I recommend), or pay a few dollars for shipping to your home.

This, is a very good deal and I expect it to sell out just as quickly as the PS4 consoles have. I assume this one is already low in stock as there is a one to two week wait before shipping already.

This console set comes with two games: Super Mario 3D World and Nintendo Land. Thus, straight out of the box you are ready to play. In the box, you will also find the Black Wii U console, Wii U AC adapter. Wii U GamePad AC adapter, high speed HDMI Cable, sensor bar, Wii U GamePad cradle, Wii U GamePad stand support, and Wii U console stand.

I have always wanted a Wii U unit, as I loved playing Super Mario when I was a kid. Out of all the hand-held gaming consoles, this would be my choice easily. I think the Wii games are a lot more fun and certainly kid (and inner-child) friendly. At this price, it would be insane not to buy this. Consoles like this rarely go on sale.

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