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Retailer ThinkGeek slashes price of several iCade peripherals for Black Friday

Cheap as chips

Product: iCade Arcade Cabinet | Manufacturer: Ion Audio | Genre: Arcade
 
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American retailer ThinkGeek has decided to slash the price on several of its iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad peripherals in aid of Black Friday (a.k.a. the busiest shopping day of the year).

For a limited time, you can grab the Bronze Award-winning iCade Arcade Cabinet [buy] for just $69.99. This peripheral normally retails for $99.99.

Furthermore, you can grab the Nintendo-style iCade 8-Bitty mobile controller [buy] for $19.99 instead of $29.99. You can also nab a Joystick-It iPad arcade stick [buy] for just $7.49 (it normally retails for around $15).

The iCade Jr. Mini Arcade Cabinet [buy], which is designed to be used with your iPhone rather than your iPad, is also going cheap for the foreseeable future. It's now $39.99 instead of $49.99.



There aren't quite as many deals on the iCade range of mobile peripherals in the UK, but you can still save some cash if you know where to look.

For example, Amazon is currently selling the full-size iCade Arcade Cabinet [buy] for £69.95. You're only saving £11.25, but it's better than nothing.

Furthermore, you can nab the iCade Mobile [buy] from Firebox for £39.99 rather than £49.99. Again, you're only saving a tenner, but it's better than a kick in the teeth.

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Anthony Usher 23 November 2012
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