Get a Nickelodeon Wii Fit board and game for $69.99 shipped

If you can stand the awful orange-and-green design, this is the best deal to date on a Wii Fit balance board and game (note: the game is aimed at kids).

The Fun N Fit bundle includes a Wii Fit balance board and a kid-friendly collection of Nickelodeon-inspired exercise games.
The Fun N Fit bundle includes a Wii Fit balance board and a kid-friendly collection of Nickelodeon-inspired exercise games. Buy.com

Here's a spectacular gift item for your favorite Wii user--especially if he or she is under the age of 10.

Buy.com has the Nickelodeon Fun N Fit board and videogame bundle for $69.99 shipped. That's about 30 bucks less than you'd pay at most places for the traditional Wii Fit bundle.

Nickelodeon's version includes not just the balance board (modeled in fairly hideous colors, I must admit), but also the Nickelodeon Fit game (which, FYI, sells for about $40 by itself). Needless to say, it's a children-oriented title aimed at whipping youngsters into shape.

Fit features 30 exercise games starring such well-known characters as Dora the Explorer, Diego, and the Backyardigans.

Except for the awful coloring, the balance board is the same one you'd find in the regular Wii Fit bundle, and as such it works with all Wii Fit-compatible games.

I first spied this deal yesterday, so I'm not sure how much longer the Fun N Fit will be available at this price. (It sells for $89.99 elsewhere.) Grab one while you can!

By the way, I hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving holiday. I'll see you back here on Friday--and again on Saturday and Sunday!

Bonus deal: Guaranteed to sell out quickly, Buy.com (via eBay) also has the Samsung ML-1665 laser printer for $39.99 shipped. That's the lowest price I've ever seen on a laser printer. Ever.

 

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