What is the trade in value of a Nintendo DSi?
Sadly, probably not as much as you originally payed for it. Gamestop's trade in value for the console is $18.00 (in perfect condition). You might as well keep the system.
If you mean simply trading one system for the other, then no, you cannot. The Nintendo DSi is worth about $150 while the DS Lite is worth about $110. You can, however, trad…e in the Nintendo DS Lite and cash for the Nintendo DSi. If you choose that method, you will need about $40 or so more to cover the cost. You can also choose to trade in your Nintendo DS Lite plus a game or two for the Nintendo DSi.
You cannot trade in your DS for a DSi without paying extra money, due to the DSi being more advanced and up to date. Also, the condition of the item can control how much it is… worth. If you have a trashed DS and want a DSi, you can get $20 for it. Some companies have offers that allow you to get more money towards your item of choice.
Have a look at videogameplaza, maybe you will get some useful information.
No. Trading in a used DS will get you credit toward a DSi (somewhere around $70), but it will not pay for the entire thing.
if you mean pay $200 when you say free then yes you can.
Sorry, but no. If you were to delete the DSi channel that you bought, then you would simply get no points; the only thing you would be able to do, however, is download that so…ftware again, for free. Hope that answers it.
No, but you can trade in your old DSi for credit toward a 3DS. So if you trade it in, you'll save 50-100 dollars on your 3DS.
It depends on where you go... Probably around 1/2-5/8 face value, and that's optimistic
Yes and I think you get a discount of a 3ds
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A Nintendo DSi does not have to be in its box to trade it to gaming stores such as GameStop. They will accept it if it is in usable or salvageable condition. Some stores may n…ot give you as much money, but many people try to give it to them in its box so it shows that you care about the item, and you are being respectful to the item, therefore respecting the gaming store which you bought it from. Some people find it rude if you do not keep the box. Even though I personally do not keep the box, I would advise you to wrap it up to keep it protected or give it to them in its box, if you have it.
I am 99.99% sure that you cannot trade in the DSi XL for a 3DS without needing to pay or trade extra.* But what you could do is trade in your DSi XL with a couple games and ex…tra cash, and you should have saved up enough to get your 3DS. *You would have to find an extremely good deal, and I don't think it would be possible.
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You can't trade JUST you DSi system in for a 3DS system anywhere.
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Depends where you get it. I traded my DSI in, but that was on the day it came out (so, it was expensive). I'd say you'd get it for â¬100 if not less! Go to your local game… store and they'll tell you, I'm sure.
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Yes but you will still have to pay around $90 for a DSi XL. They only pay $20 -$25 for a Ds at gamestop.