PS Vita Price In The US Cut To $US199, Memory Cards Reduced Too

" link="lightbox" size="xlarge" align="center" nocrop="true" clear="true"] The price PlayStation Vita's price has dropped to $US199 in North America and &euro199. It takes effect immediately. Sony also is trimming the price of the Vita's proprietary memory cards in both regions.

The 32GB and 16GB memory cards both will get $US20 reductions — dropping to $US79.99 for the 32GB and $US39.99 for the 16GB. The 8GB will drop to $US19.99 ($US10 off) and the 4GB card is $US14.99 ($US5 off.)

In 2012, the North America launch price for the 3G Vita was $US299, while the Wi-Fi model was launched with a $US249 price. Sony cut the price of the handheld in Japan back in February. The Nintendo 3DS XL also retails for $US199 in North America.

We're still waiting to see how and if this price drop related to Australia — we'll update as soon as we hear back.


Comments

    Hmmm. A price drop may see me finally getting around to picking one up.

    Question: if I hated my PSP, would I hate the Vita as well?

      Well the question is, why did you hate your PSP??

    Owen, if you hadn't already noticed by now, there are some formatting errors in the article.
    Specifically under the image and before the Euro price.

    where is my 64GB card.
    my 32GB is almost full

    Soooooo, literally no price drop on the memory cards? Because that was the prices I was seeing before.

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