Get a Wii Fit Plus bundle for $69.99 shipped

A discounted Wii Fit is as rare as a coconut in Alaska. Here's your chance to save 30 percent on one.

The Wii Fit Plus bundle promises to whip you into shape--and keep you entertained doing it. Nintendo

Here's something I can't ever recall seeing: a deal on the Nintendo Wii Fit Plus. But here it is in black and white (and blue, if you count the link): Dell has the Wii Fit Plus with Balance Board for $69.99 shipped.

(Don't have a Wii yet? Dell also has the console itself for $169.99, a price that includes the coveted Wii Sports Resort game and Motion Plus accessory.)

I've been wanting a Wii Fit for some time, but I could never bring myself to spend $100 on it. At $70 it's a lot more palatable, though I'm still not quite decided. (At $50 I'd jump at it.)

In case you're not familiar with it, Wii Fit works in conjunction with the Balance Board to give you a fun, customizable workout. (It also comes with some pretty fun games.) I'm actually quite keen to try out the yoga exercises, which I'd rather do in the privacy of my own home than a gawker-filled gym.

CNET had mostly good things to say about Wii Fit Plus, and users were even more generous, rating it 4.5 stars out of 5 on average. (Dell customers went even further with 5 stars across the board.) In short, it's a well-liked product.

And, for today at least (I'm not sure when the offer expires), a bargain.

Bonus deal: A Netbook for $249.97 is just so-so, but the Gateway LT2016U has an ace up its sleeve: 3G. Specifically, the Netbook is out-of-the-box ready for Verizon's Mobile Broadband service. It's up to you to activate it, sign up for a plan, and all that, but the hardware is already there. On top of that, the Gateway includes a 6-cell battery and Windows XP Home.

 

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