Mario Kart game missing from bundle?

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  1. WarHog

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    Merry xmas all. Please can you help?

    I bought my 5yr old son a Mario Kart Wii console bundle from Tescos, hes just opened his present but there is no Mario Kart disc inside the box. Should there be a disc inside, or do I have to download it? Have Tescos ripped me off?
     
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    Have a good look in the box and look amongst all bits and bobs as it may not be in a normal games/DVD case and could be in a cardboard sleeve.
    If its no there then you'll have to go back to tesco and tell them it's missing.
     
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    Thanks for taking the time to reply on xmas day gonzo.

    Ive searched through all the packaging but its not there. The product registration card is missing also, which I believe give some free Wii points?

    It was the last one on the shelves at my local Tesco. My guess is that its a returned item and the previous customer has pinched the game and registration card? Its spoilt my sons Christmas and im a bit hacked off with Tescos to say the least.

    Thanks again.
     
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    Managed to swap the console today, Tescos said that other customers had suffered the same problem, and that Nintendo had packaged them incorrectly.
     

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