While Switch consoles are primarily full price, there are some big discounts on top games and accessories available across the web.
Featured deal: Pick up a new Switch console for $289.99
It’s a modest discount for sure, but it’s been almost unheard of to see anything less than retail price over on the ever-popular console in the last year or so. Indeed, you’d often find the price heavily inflated to meet demand, so we like the look of this deal.
Check out the offer via the widget below, or keep scrolling for a host of other Nintendo Switch deals.
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Nintendo Switch deals
Editors note: All deals were live at the time of writing, but the marketplace for Switch consoles and games is changing quickly. We’ll periodically update the page as sales end and pop up.
Nintendo Switch game deals
If you’re lucky enough to own a Switch or Switch Lite already, there are some sweet deals on games right now. You can check out the full range of dozens of Amazon and Walmart Switch game deals. We’ve picked out the best ones below, starting with the Mario-verse:
If you’re not a Mario fan, then you might have the wrong console. Thankfully, the deals extend over an expansive list of more top titles, including Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Hades, Maneater, Just Dance 2021, Street Fighter, Sonic Mania, Donkey Kong, Ni no Kuni, Persona 5 Strikers, and more.
Nintendo Switch accessory deals
Since the Nintendo Switch is almost four years old at this point, there is a thriving ecosystem of accessories for it. Controllers, cases, connectivity dongles, and even customization tools are all available for the Switch.
There’s a reason that the Nintendo Switch was in short supply for much of the pandemic. Nintendo nailed it with this hybrid console, with sales consistently high since its launch back in 2017. Unlike the PS5 and Xbox Series X, it can be used as a wireless handheld device — not unlike the Nintendo 3DS, another insanely popular Nintendo product — or it can be docked and connected to a TV to be played in the typical home console style.
Nintendo Switch consoles are often out of stock in many places but we’ve rounded up a few options:
Switch Lite consoles
More than two years after the launch of the original Nintendo Switch, the company announced a new variant of the console: the Nintendo Switch Lite. As the name suggests, this console is a watered-down version of the original. This means you get fewer features but also a lower price.
The Nintendo Switch Lite doesn’t skimp out on the game library. Almost every game the original Switch supports, the Switch Lite also supports (except for games that require Joy-Con usage, such as 1-2-Switch). If you buy a physical game for your main Switch, that cartridge will also work in your Switch Lite. Additionally, if you use the same Nintendo account on both systems, you’ll have access to the digital games you’ve paid for through the Nintendo eShop.
The Switch Lite isn’t quite as scarce as the Switch, but you’re still hard-pressed to find bargains for now.