Which one should you buy?
The Wii U Basic System launches on November 18 for $299.99 in North America. The package includes a white Wii U console and a white Wii U GamePad. The console itself contains 8 GB of internal storage space for game downloads and saves. Accessories in the box include a sensor bar, Wii U AC adapter, Wii U GamePad AC adapter, and an HDMI cable. The Basic system is not eligible for the rebates offered in the Digital Deluxe Program.
The Wii U Deluxe System launches on November 18 for $349.99 in North America. The package includes a black Wii U console and a black Wii U GamePad. The Wii U console features 32 GB of interal storage space. In addition, the Deluxe bundle comes with multiple accessories not included in the Basic Set. In addition to the Sensor Bar, AC Adapter, GamePad AC Adapter and HDMI cable, the Deluxe Set also includes a Wii U stand, a Wii U GamePad stand, and a charging cradle for the Wii U GamePad.
The Wii U Deluxe Set also includes a copy of Nintendo Land (on disc, not a download code). This game will also be available for sale separately for $59.99.
Finally, all owners of the Wii U Deluxe Set will be enrolled in the Digital Deluxe Program, a rewards program which offers Wii U eShop store credit in the amount of 10 percent back on every digital purchase made on the Wii U system. This credit can be spent on the WIi U, or on the Nintendo 3DS. The Wii U Digital Deluxe Program will run through the end of 2014, but any eShop credit earned will not expire.