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Nintendo Switch: Nintendo Labo Variety Kit or Nintendo Labo Robot Kit EXPIRED

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Best Buy has select Nintendo Labo Kits on sale for $24.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+.  Thanks longmanj9

Note, availability for store pickup may vary by location. Best Buy via Google Express has select Nintendo Labo Kits on sale for $24.99. Shipping is free on orders $35+.
Note, New Google Express customers may save an additional 20% (up to $20 off) w/ promo code AUGSAVE19.

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Still amazed that Nintendo fanboys were willing to pay $70 for literal cardboard. What's next - buying a Switch that doesn't even switch?
Technically, the next version of the Switch called the Nintendo Switch Lite does NOT switch from handheld to TV mode; it's only a handheld a la 3DS/2DS.
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woot- bought one
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Finally, the whole buying over priced cardboard is coming to an end. Can't believe they're are people dumb enough to buy and even worse... ACTUALLY defend it's existence. The games for it are wack and while its "SEEMINGLY" full of "ingenuity" , it's an illusion, it's not. The ingenuity goes to the people who created these things, the customer only needs to know how to follow directions, which is ZERO ingenuity on their part. Putting it together without instructions, now that's more of a "flexing your brainmeat" type of thing, but NOBODY has done that and if you say you did you're a damn liar! Plus the parents put these together because god knows parents nowadays don't want their kids getting hurt having to actually USE their imagination or intelligence .....not that there's much of that there anyway.

So yeah , good riddance!
this little toy, that small children could get a few hours of enjoyment out of has got you that "triggered"? Damn! I'm not sure if you just need a hug or possibly professional help. But you definitely need to relax buddy. It's not that serious.

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