By now, you’ve probably read the news that the next Pokemon game is coming this holiday season.
And if you’re not already on that bandwagon, the question is, when is the right time to get your hands on the game?
In the case of Pokemon X and Y, the time to grab a copy is now.
Nintendo is releasing the two games on December 23, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait that long to buy a copy of the game.
Pokemon X has a “pre-order bonus” of up to $15 on December 13, and Pokemon Y has a similar deal for pre-order bonuses of up $10 on December 14.
In terms of pricing, you’re looking at $19.99 for a physical copy of Pokemon Y, which is a significant discount over the $25 that the physical version is available for.
However, Pokemon X will retail for $99.99, so if you want to get the game as soon as possible, you’ll need to pay down your debt.
In order to do that, we’ve set out to figure out exactly how much money you can save with Pokemon X pre-orders.
This article will be updated as more information becomes available.
While Pokemon X is a free-to-play title, Pokemon Y is a paid-for title.
As a result, the total savings in purchasing a copy would only be $6.99.
We’ve done some research to see if you can use that money to buy an Xbox One X, which has a price tag of $399.99 (that’s roughly $100 more than a Pokemon X) and the same amount of storage space.
If you can, however, you can get more money with a Pokemon Y pre-ordering bonus of up the $10, up to a maximum of $150.
If you don’t want to buy one right now, however — or if you are just looking to save money — we recommend waiting until the game is released.
There are three different ways to buy your copy of Pokémon X and Pokemon Z. If a certain Pokemon X game is pre-ordered, it will be available for preorder on December 15, while if a certain Pokémon Z game is purchased, it can be purchased on December 17.
The first two methods are available to players who pre-buy Pokemon X on Nintendo’s online store, but the third method requires a pre-paid Nintendo Switch account.
It’s worth noting that if you pre-purchase a Nintendo Switch game on Nintendo, you also need to register your account on Nintendo.com, but you can still get your Pokemon X or Pokemon Z pre-registration code from the Nintendo website.
When it comes to the pre-sale bonus, the Nintendo Switch pre-sellers will have the most money available, and those who preorder Pokemon X can receive up to 25% off on a preorder bonus of $25.
However:Pre-orders are only available for players who have pre-registered for Nintendo Switch.
If this isn’t the case for you, you should consider waiting for the game to be released to ensure you have the preorder bonuses to get you started.
The Nintendo Switch will launch on November 15 for $299.99 / £279.99 in the US and Europe, while the Nintendo 3DS XL will launch at $399 / £329.99 as well.
In addition to the $5 pre-offer, there’s a $20 promotion where pre-paying $20 for a copy will net you a “special bonus” that is only available to the first 10 people to pre-register for a Nintendo 3D Classics Edition of Pokemon Sun and Moon.
This special bonus is available on pre-sold Nintendo 3Ds and Nintendo 3ds XLes.
The Pokemon X/Y pre-sales on Nintendo SwitchPre-ordering the game on the Nintendo Store and Nintendo eShop does not mean that you can buy the game directly on Nintendo platforms.
You will need to preorder it on the online store or through Nintendo e-Shop.
However you can purchase it on Nintendo e.t.a. the Nintendo eStore and Nintendo’s eShop.
The pre-download and pre-pay bonuses on the digital store and Nintendo iShop will vary depending on the edition of the Pokemon game.
For example, Pokemon Sun has a prepay option that includes a special bonus of 10% off for anyone who preorders the game, while Pokemon Moon has a discount of 25% that includes up to 50% off.
The Nintendo eshop has some special offers for preordering.
Nintendo e, the online shop for Nintendo consoles, has a special Pokemon X Pre-Purchase Bonus for $10 off that will automatically activate once you purchase a copy.
This bonus is only valid for preorders made on the day the game releases.
In addition, pre-preordering a game on January 7 from Nintendo e Shop will automatically get you a Pokemon Sun Pre-Pre-Purchase Gift.
Nintendo’s online e-shop