Select Sony stores selling PS Vita 3G for $200

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Select Sony stores selling PS Vita 3G for $200

A majority of the Sony stores across the US have dropped the price of the 3G-compatible PlayStation Vita, down to $199.97. The base 3G bundle includes the handheld, an 8GB memory card and a voucher for a free PlayStation Network game – if you sign up for data coverage, that is.

The image above comes from a Century City store in LA. Save for a couple of stores on the East Coast that had closed once we started hitting the phones, we called each and every Sony store location to confirm. An employee at the Denver location surmised this was a permanent price drop due to a discontinuation of the model and said there was no time frame on the sale in his system, which means Sony can end the sale whenever.

The New Jersey and Las Vegas locations also told me the 3G model was being discontinued, while an employee in Seattle said the sale would only last until Sunday. Other locations still had old pricing in their systems and had no idea what I was asking about – and Sony has yet to bring the price down online.

Last month, Sony Worldwide Studios head Shuhei Yoshida told Joystiq a price drop for the PS Vita in North America wasn't happening, even though Sony had just announced it would lower the price in Japan.

For the full list of eligible stores, head past the break.

  • Costa Mesa, South Coast Plaza (YES)
  • Glendale, The Americana at Brand (YES)
  • Los Angeles, Beverly Center (YES)
  • Los Angeles, Century City (YES)
  • Palo Alto, Stanford Shopping Center (NO)
  • San Diego, Fashion Valley (NOT IN STOCK, REMODELING LOCATION)
  • Santa Clara, Valley Fair (YES)
  • Denver, Cherry Creek Shopping Center (YES)
  • Boca Raton, Town Center at Boca Raton (NO)
  • Miami, Aventura Mall (NO)
  • Orlando, The Mall at Millenia (YES)
  • Tampa, International Plaza & Bay Street (YES)
  • Las Vegas, The Forum Shops at Caesars (YES)
New Jersey
  • Edison, Menlo Park Mall (YES)
New York
  • Garden City, Roosevelt Field (YES)
  • New York, Sony Plaza (CLOSES AT 7PM ET)
  • Philadelphia, The Market at Comcast Center (CLOSES AT 7PM ET)
  • Dallas, Galleria Dallas (NO)
  • Houston, Houston Galleria (YES)
  • Arlington, The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City (NO)
  • McLean, Tysons Corner Center (YES)
  • Seattle, University Village (YES)
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