The set, which costs $50 more than the Basic model, comes with a number of hardware upgrades and accesries, which have long been known. The system itself is in the black colorway, there is 32GB of internal memory (compared to 8GB for the basic), the console comes with NintendoLand, and Nintendo is including a charging cradle and stand for the tablet controller, as well as a stand for the system itself.
Alongside those upgrades, if you opt for the Deluxe set, you get digital promotions, as well. Gamers will earn 10 percent of their purchase back in points at the Nintendo eShop, for everything they purchase. For every 500 points, you receive $5 in eShop money to spend as you please, making it a pretty solid deal if you were planning to buy some titles that cost $59.99 right off the bat.
The deal starts December 3rd and will end on December 31st of 2014, with point exchange being open until March 2015.
Of course, you will need to have a NintendoID and have the Wii U connected to the Internet to take advantage of the deal.
(written by Andre Yoskowitz)
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 30 Oct 2012 21:21