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Walmart.com has Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo Switch) on sale for $49. Select free in-store pickup if stock permits. Thanks Jasonnguyen1995

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Super mario odyssey on sale for $49 on Amazon. Free 1 day shipping for prime members.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MY7GHKJ


Also available at Walmart for In-store pickup only.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Super-...h/56011600
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But then I can't put my new favorite game in my mouth ...
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Im taking a wild guess here and saying it's because not everyone pays for the GCU membership.
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That just ruins the Nintendonyness of it. I blow on my SD cards every time I put one in.
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Unlikely to ever be cheaper and worth twice this much. Thanks Amazon!
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In my opinion, staple games like this and Zelda that you can be sure you're not going to resell, should be digital purchases. Hit me up when you find a digital sale :p
But then I can't put my new favorite game in my mouth ...
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In my opinion, staple games like this and Zelda that you can be sure you're not going to resell, should be digital purchases. Hit me up when you find a digital sale :p
Why wouldn't you eventually resell it? Play a couple times do everything you want and be done with it. And if you're a collector you're gonna want physical anyways.
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Exactly, I prefer buying physical gam.... wait what...
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It's the only reason I'd consider physical too. You have not lived until you've at least sampled a switch cartridge with a pinch of Italian seasoning
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Blasphemy

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Why wouldn't you eventually resell it? Play a couple times do everything you want and be done with it. And if you're a collector you're gonna want physical anyways.
I can't seem to part with cartridges. But disk games. Xbox and ps. I sell them all.
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In my opinion, staple games like this and Zelda that you can be sure you're not going to resell, should be digital purchases. Hit me up when you find a digital sale :p
Agree make so much sense this days!! I'm done collecting physical Blu-ray movies and video games. My entertainment media all digital now!!
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Digital sucks because nintendos crazy account system. Dont want to mess around with that after losing several digital items on a 3DS
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