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Great Nintendo Switch Bundle Deals for the Holidays
The Nintendo Switch is bound to be one of the hottest gifts for a yet another Christmas gifting season, and luckily there are plenty of deals to take advantage of.
The Switch usually costs $300 without a game, and Walmart has multiple great deals on the Nintendo console that offers games and peripherals for just a few dollars more. And there are other deals elsewhere that open up your options for various games and accessories. Below are the best deals currently available.
Nintendo Switch Bundle Deals at Walmart
Walmart is offering a nice variety of hardware bundles that result in pretty significant savings on some of the hottest games on the system right now, along with some handy accessories.
- Switch console, one Labo Kit and an Ematic Wired Controller - $339.98 (Save up to $50)
- Switch console and two Ematic Wired Controllers - $299 (Save $40)
- Switch console, Mario Tennis Aces and ‘1-2-Switch’ - $359.96 (Save $50)
- Switch console, Super Mario Odyssey, screen protector, carry case, Joycon charging dock and sleeves - $409.99 (Save approx. $10)
Costco: Mario Kart Nintendo Switch Bundle
Costco is offering its members a Nintendo Switch Mario Kart 8 Deluxe bundle, which includes a digital copy of the game, along with a PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller for $349.99, plus $7.99 shipping. That controller is usually $50 a piece, which makes this a decent deal.
MassGenie Smash Bros Bundle
Head over to MassGenie to snag the just-released and much-hyped Super Smash Bros. Ultimate hardware bundle, with an official Pro Controller all for $369.99. That’s equivalent to getting that $70 controller for just $10.
If You Just Need Some Games…
If you already have a Switch and are looking for discounts on games, we thought this great deal would be worth a quick mention. MassGenie has a ‘Party Bundle’ that gets you Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Mario Tennis Aces for $135.99.
Bear in mind that these are import EU copies. There’s no region lock on Switch so they’ll work fine, and contain English language, but you may face issues with future downloadable content if you only have a U.S. Nintendo Store account.
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