The Best Nintendo Switch Deals This Black Friday (Weekend)

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The Best Nintendo Switch Deals This Black Friday (Weekend)

Looking for some deals for the Switch those Black Friday weekend? Check out our top picks!


Gone are the days when Nintendo's portable game consoles offered almost exclusively family-friendly/E-rated games and nothing else. From Bayonetta and Doom Eternal to Skyrim and Bioshock, the Nintendo Switch is a free-for-all. And there's never been a better time to have one in your back pocket for gaming on the go. And portable gaming has never been better. 

And there's no better time to stock up on video games than on Black Friday (Well, maybe on Cyber Monday. Don't worry; we'll get to those too). 

Navigating Black Friday deals is almost a job and a confusing one at that. Some Black Friday sales started before today and are ending today. Some start today and end tomorrow. Some start today and last for a week. Some require you to stand in line outside a store for 7 hours and then fight elbow-to-elbow with other customers. 

Here are the Nintendo Switch deals you should consider (If you're in America).

Nintendo Switch Bundles

Nintendo Switch Mario Kart Black Friday Bundle

Various retailers like Amazon, GameStop, and Wal-Mart are offering a $300 Nintendo Switch deal for Black Friday. The bundle comes with a Nintendo Switch and standard accessories, a Mario Kart 8 Deluxe full game download, and three months of Nintendo Switch Online Individual Membership.

Nintendo Joy-Con Switch Animal Crossing

Prefer Animal Crossing over Mario Kart? Dell currently has a bundle offer for a Nintendo Switch that comes with Animal Crossing: New Horizons for $299. You also get a $35 Dell Promo eGift Card. 

Wal-Mart

Target

Best Buy

Amazon

GameStop

GameStop to 1 million per share didn't pan out, but they're still a great video game retailer. 

The best part about Black Friday is that many deals roll over into the weekend and through Cyber Monday. Not every retailer expects people to go bargain hunting immediately after turkey day. But remember: It's while supplies last only.