Included in the bundle is a white Wii, single Wiimote, as well as a copy of Mario Kart and the Mario Kart wheel. You’ll need to add $10 shipping and handling to the price as it’s an online only deal with no option to pick it up in store, but even then it’s still a pretty kick-ass deal for the console. Even if it’s just for the kids…
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