Nintendo Switch Black Friday Game Deals Available Now
Retailers like GameStop and Walmart have announced they’ll be dropping prices on certain first-party Switch games to as low as $27.99 on Black Friday (see below for details). While those discounts haven’t gone live yet, some retailers have dropped prices on first-party Nintendo Switch games down to as low as $34.99, and third-party games even lower. Have a look.
Amazon Nintendo Switch Black Friday Deals Live Now
Best Buy Nintendo Switch Black Friday Deals Live Now
Nintendo Switch Black Friday Console Bundle Is Sold Out (For Now)
This year’s Black Friday Nintendo Switch Bundle costs $299.99 (the regular price of a Switch alone), and includes the following. At the time of this writing, it has sold out at the retailers it’s gone up on, but we’ll keep this space up to date as it goes live at other retailers.
- Nintendo Switch with Neon Red and Neon Blue Joy-Con (“V2” version with better battery life)
- A digital copy of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
- 3 months of Nintendo Switch Online
Nintendo Switch Game Black Friday Deals Coming Soon
A number of retailers have released Black Friday ads, offering us a glimpse of what to expect during the massive annual sales event. A number of first-party Nintendo Switch games will be available for $27 at GameStop (and probably price-matched elsewhere), the absolute lowest price point we’ve ever seen on these titles. So if you can find any of these games in stock during Black Friday for less than $30, I would strongly advise you to grab it before it’s gone.
These deals aren’t live yet, but read the details below to find out when you can get these Switch Black Friday sale prices.
GameStop Black Friday Nintendo Switch Deals
Walmart Black Friday Nintendo Switch Deals (NOT LIVE YET)
These Walmart deals go live on Wednesday, November 25 at 7 p.m. ET.
Nintendo Switch Black Friday Accessory Deals (Not Live Yet)
Switch Joy-Con and Pro Controllers are not cheap at MSRP. Joy-Cons typically sell for $79.99, while Pro Controllers go for $69. Lately we’ve finally seen some standard discounts on these items, dropping $10 off the pricing. So what can we expect during Black Friday this year? It’s hard to say, because last year’s deals only dropped prices $10 as well. That gives us reason to believe we might see bigger discounts this year. Last year we also saw some great discounts on microSD cards, which you can plug into your Switch to get more storage space for digital games and saves. With the pace at which memory prices have been falling, we’ll likely see even better microSD card discounts this year.
Chris Reed is a commerce editor and bonafide deals expert at IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.
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