Nintendo News: Free Wii Fit U Trial Offer is About to Expire

REDMOND, Wash.--()--Time is running out for free fitness. Jan. 31 is the last day for Wii U owners who also have a Wii Balance Board to take advantage of Nintendo’s free trial offer of Wii Fit U. Anyone who downloads the trial of the game from the Nintendo eShop on or before Jan. 31 will get a full month to try out the game from the date that it’s first played.

Those who download the trial and want to keep using the software indefinitely can purchase a Fit Meter and sync it to the game. Fit Meter accessories are available at a suggested retail price of $19.99 each.

Other ways to purchase and play the game are as follows:

  • The Wii Fit U bundle, which includes the game, the Wii Balance Board accessory and Fit Meter accessory, is now available in stores at a suggested retail price of $89.99.
  • People who already own a Wii Balance Board can purchase Wii Fit U with a Fit Meter in stores at a suggested retail price of $49.99. Or (after Jan. 31) they can download the game, without the Fit Meter, from the Nintendo eShop for $29.99.

For more information about Wii Fit U, visit http://wiifitu.nintendo.com.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, celebrity trainer and fitness expert Kathy Kaehler plays Core Luge, one of 19 new activities and exercises in Wii Fit U that allow users to discover fun new ways to get up and get moving. Nintendo is partnering with Kaehler for the "Wii Fit U Challenge," which encourages Wii U owners and families to incorporate the game into their busy schedules as a fun and convenient way to stay active throughout the year. (Photo: Business Wire)

In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, celebrity trainer and fitness expert Kathy Kaehler plays Core Luge, one of 19 new activities and exercises in Wii Fit U that allow users to discover fun new ways to get up and get moving. Nintendo is partnering with Kaehler for the "Wii Fit U Challenge," which encourages Wii U owners and families to incorporate the game into their busy schedules as a fun and convenient way to stay active throughout the year. (Photo: Business Wire)

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