Get $162 off Nintendo Switch bundles this Black Friday

Posted: 26 November 2021 1:31 pm
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Amazon has resurrected its best Nintendo Switch deal for Black Friday: Save $160 on Switch consoles bundled with Mario Kart.



Amazon Australia has a cracking, limited-time offer on the original Nintendo Switch.

For a limited time, you can buy the console bundled with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (RRP: $79.95) for just $399. The deal also comes with 3 free months of Nintendo's subscription gaming service valued at $11.97.

All told, that's a saving of over $162, or around 26% off the normal combined price. (The standalone Switch was retailing for $469 just yesterday.)

Here's the link to the deal:


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25% off Nintendo Switch bundle

The mobility of a handheld is now added to the power of a home gaming system to enable unprecedented new video gameplay styles. It enables gamers to play the same title wherever, whenever and with whomever they choose. Now with longer battery life.



Buy for $399 (previously $537.93)

It's been a long time since we've seen the Switch under $400, so this would be worth getting even without the bundled extras. If you've been sitting on the fence about buying a Switch, now is the time to snap one up. To get the deal, click on the link above.

Prices correct at time of publication, but can change when Black Friday deals sell out or if retailers price match. We'll do our best to update but act fast to make sure you don't miss out!

More Nintendo Switch Black Friday deals

You're going to need some games and peripherals for your shiny new Switch. Here are a few noteworthy Black Friday deals that caught our eye.

    • $50 off Nintendo Switch Lite: The Nintendo Switch Lite is the portable, handheld gaming system from Japanese gaming giant Nintendo. The system has built-in controllers and access to the entirety of the Nintendo Switch games library through the eShop and physical cartridges. Save $50 on the second-best selling Nintendo console of all time. Buy it for $279 (was $329.95).
    • $30 off Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controller Pairs: Get a new set of Joy-Cons for under $100 with Amazon. These Joy-Cons are controllers which can be used with both the OLED and base version of the Nintendo Switch, they come in a variety of vibrant colour combinations and include a Joy-Con strap for comfort and safety. Buy it for $89 (was $119.95).
    • 49% off Immortals Fenyx Rising: Save almost 50% on this grand adventure game from Ubisoft. Embark on an epic quest to restore the ancient Greek Gods and save the world from an evil, dark curse in Ubisoft's Immortals Fenyx Rising on Nintendo Switch. Buy it for $34.98 (was $69.95).
    • 26% off Metroid Dread: The long-awaited Metroid Dread game is finally here. The hunter has become the hunted in Metroid Dread, the latest in the Metroid franchise, with the bounty hunter facing off against her most dangerous enemies yet in this thrilling new adventure. Buy it for $59 (was $79.95).
    • 41% off Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town: Find a new life with Story of Seasons on Nintendo Switch. Settle into the simple life of farming in Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town, where players leave the stress of the city behind and rebuild their grandfather's old farm in the rustic town of Olive Town. Buy for it $47 (was $79.95).
    • $30.95 off The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Link is back in an all-new adventure in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, with open world exploration and new gameplay elements never before seen in the Zelda franchise. Buy it for $59 (was $89.95).
    • $30.95 off Super Smash Bros: Ultimate: Pick up the final instalment in the Smash Bros series for only $59. Super Smash Bros: Ultimate is the final instalment in the classic fighting game, pitting famous Nintendo and other video game characters against one another in the ultimate showdown. Buy it for $59 (was $89.95).

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