Best Nintendo Switch Deals and Bundles

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The Nintendo Switch rarely goes on sale. If you’re looking for a Nintendo Switch deal, your best bet is to grab a bundle. Some of the Switch bundles have a buffer of savings built in, while other Switch bundles offer exclusive Joy-con and Switch dock designs.

If you’re after the best possible deal on a Nintendo Switch, here are the deals and bundles as they stand right now. This page will be routinely updated as new deals and bundles are introduced.

Nintendo Switch Mario Tennis Aces/1-2 Switch Bundle

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This is the best value going for a new, non-sale priced Nintendo Switch. You get 2 games: Mario Tennis Aces and 1-2 Switch. Mario Tennis Aces is a ton of fun, and 1-2 Switch definitely has its moments. Walmart also offers free 2-day shipping, making this an even better value.

Nintendo Switch Fortnite Bundle

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The Fortnite Double Helix Switch bundle includes Fortnite extras to entice you to pick it up. It’s priced at the regular Switch MSRP, but you get 1,000 V-bucks along with the Double Helix Set which includes the Double Helix outfit, Pinpoint harvesting tool, Rotor glider and Telemetry back bling. It’s available right now, and even if you aren’t a Fortnite fan, this is a great choice if you’re thinking of giving a Switch as a gift for the upcoming holiday season.

Nintendo Switch Pikachu Pokemon: Let’s Go! Bundle

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This Nintendo Switch Pokemon: Let’s Go bundle doesn’t net any savings. It costs the same to buy a Switch console and a Let’s Go bundle with the Pokeball Plus. What sets this apart is the limited edition design of the Joy-con and Switch dock itself. This, and the Eevee bundle below, are the only way to get these colors with the design on the dock.

Nintendo Switch Eevee Pokemon: Let’s Go! Bundle

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If you prefer Eevee over Pikachu, I salute you, this is identical to the previous bundle but it has Let’s Go! Eevee as the pack-in game. Given the popularity of Pokemon, Nintendo Switch, and limited edition Switch bundles like the discontinued Odyssey and Splatoon 2 versions, this will be pretty expensive after the initial run goes out of production.

Nintendo Switch Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Bundle

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This bundle is getting harder to find as we draw closer to the holiday. A pre-launch stock bump replenished most retailers, so you can order one at most places again.

You get a download code for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, so the game gets delivered to you digitally on release. You also get two special edition Joy-cons and the Switch dock featuring the characters from the original N64 Smash roster.

Nintendo Switch Diablo III Eternal Collection Bundle

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The Diablo III Eternal Collection Nintendo Switch bundle is definitely one of the cooler Nintendo Switch bundles out there. It includes the upcoming game, a Diablo-branded Switch dock, Diablo III-themed Switch carrying case and the Diablo III: Eternal Collection full-game download. You can only get this at GameStop, as it’s a retail-exclusive bundle.

Nintendo Switch 64GB microSD and $20 eShop Bundles

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For $338, you can get the console plus 64GB of officially-licensed memory and $20 in eShop credit. The microSD card normally sells for $42.99, so this bundle brings some savings to the table on something you should probably pick up with a new Switch anyway. There’s also $20 in eShop credit, so you can start checking out the staggering selection of indie games on Nintendo Switch.

Seth Macy is IGN’s tech and commerce editor and Nintendo fan. You can find him on Twitter @sethmacy.

SOURCE: IGN.com

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