We're used to buying video games and consoles from the likes of GAME, WHSmith and supermarkets. Petrol stations, not so much.
Oil spill giant BP, however, hopes to change all that. It's become the first non-traditional outlet to sell the Nintendo 3DS, Marketing Magazine reports.
It's available to buy in around 100 of its service stations across the UK for £229.99. Games are available, too.
You can get the Nintendo 3DS a lot cheaper elsewhere, of course. Guess that's the price you pay for convenience.
Have you bought a Nintendo 3DS from a BP forecourt? Let us know in the comments. Oh, and if you spot one, take a picture while you're there.
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