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Haven’t got your hands on the latest Nintendo console? No worries — we’ve rounded up the best Nintendo Switch Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, and we’ll be updating this post with new price cuts as we hear about them.
The Nintendo Switch’s versatility makes it the perfect console for use at home and on-the-go, and it comes with a digital game shop, multiplayer support, and a convenient size. Most of these deals aren’t necessarily a price decrease on the Switch itself. Rather, they are a reduced-price on a bundle of things that you’ll probably want to buy anyway if you’re looking to purchase the Nintendo Switch.
The best Nintendo Switch Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals
Sam’s Club’s Nintendo Switch Black Friday deal is arguably the best value for a Switch console and its complete set of accessories. Its regular price of $349 will be slashed to $334 and will come with the console itself, wireless Mario controller, premium Mario carrying case, screen protector, and car charger. This deal also includes free shipping.
While Target is not knocking the price down for a Switch with charging port and Joy-Cons (the game controllers), the retailer’s Nintendo Switch Black Friday deal includes a copy of Super Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, which makes for a savings of around $60.
With the variable size of game saves and the sheer number of digital games available to Switch console users, having a large memory card can be helpful to enthusiasts. Best Buy’s Nintendo Switch Black Friday deal includes a 128GB micro SD card with the 32GB Switch, making it the ultimate get for in-game storage. SD cards can get pricey, but this bundle will save you $33 off buying one separately. It also includes a travel case, extra charging cable, screen cleaning cloth, and Joy-Con covers.
If you’re especially interested in playing with a friend, Walmart’s Nintendo Switch Black Friday bundle may be of interest to you. It includes Rayman Legends for Switch, the console with gray Joy-Cons, and a quad Joy-Con charger.
The Let’s Go! Pikachu and Eevee special edition Switch console, dock, and game bundle is still available at GameStop, where you can also get 20% off two or more pre-owned games. While this is not inherently a bundle or a Nintendo Switch Black Friday deal from GameStop, you can choose your own games and get a good discount on some pre-loved GameStop certified games.
We’ll be updating this post as more savings surface, so check back — and be sure to check out all our Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019 content.
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Brooke Sjoberg is an editorial intern for the Daily Dot studying journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. She is also the Daily Texan's Life and Arts Editor and an editorial intern for Texas Connect magazine.