How to get $50 off Nintendo Switch OLED at Big W

Posted: 13 October 2021 3:51 pm
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The Nintendo Switch OLED video game console retails for $539, but here's a sneaky trick to get $50 off at Big W.


Get $50 off with code 'SPENDNSAVEOCT'

Get $50 off with code 'SPENDNSAVEOCT'


The Nintendo Switch OLED is destined to be one of the hottest gifts this Christmas. Featuring a vastly improved 7-inch OLED display, double the inbuilt storage, a dock with a wired LAN port and a new adjustable stand, it's a significant upgrade on the original Switch console.

The new console is compatible with all existing Nintendo Switch games, with the exception of LABO kits. Best of all, it actually makes your games look better. (You can learn more about the differences in our Nintendo Switch vs Nintendo Switch OLED guide.)



The Nintendo Switch OLED will set you back $539 in Australia. That's the price at all major retailers, including Big W. However, there's currently a sneaky hack to score $50 off at this store.

How to get $50 off Nintendo Switch OLED

Instead of buying the console directly from Big W, head to its official eBay store. You can then nab $50 off the RRP with the coupon code "SPENDNSAVEOCT".

Here's the link (remember to use the code above!):

This is the cheapest price we've seen from an Australian retailer. Indeed, a lot of online stores are selling it for $599.95, which is a mark-up of $60. If you want to get the console for the best price possible, you're unlikely to find a better deal than this.

You will need to be quick, though – the deal is set to expire on 14 October. The price will then go back to $539.

You can check out more options in our Nintendo Switch OLED buying guide.


Cheap Switch games

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Need some fresh Nintendo Switch games to play on your shiny new console? Here are a few offers from Amazon's Nintendo Switch sale. Save up to 25% off the RRP.

  • Metroid Dread: $68 (previously $79.95) "Face off against unrelenting E.M.M.I. robots: Once DNA-extracting research machines, the imposing E.M.M.I. are now hunting Samus down."
  • Animal Crossing New Horizons: $64 (previously $79.95) "If the hustle and bustle of modern life has got you down, Tom Nook has a new business venture up his sleeve that he knows you'll adore: the Nook Inc. Deserted Island Getaway Package."
  • Bioshock The Collection: $53.02 (previously $89.95) "Experience the unforgettable worlds and monumental stories of the award-winning BioShock series with BioShock: The Collection. Journey to the cities of Rapture and Columbia across BioShock Remastered, BioShock 2 Remastered, and BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition, including all single-player add-on content."
  • Super Mario 3D All Stars: $64 (previously $79.95) "Play 3 classic games at home or on the go – all in 1 package on the Nintendo Switch system! Jump into paintings in Super Mario 64, clean up paint-like goop in Super Mario Sunshine, and fly from planet to planet in Super Mario Galaxy."
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: $69 (previously $89.95) "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild represents the next great boundary-breaking adventure from Nintendo."
  • Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit (Mario Set): $109 (previously $149.95) "Use the Nintendo Switch system to control your kart and watch as it reacts to what's happening in the game as you boost and drift to victory. Your in-home course comes to life on-screen with a view from right behind the driver's seat."
  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: $64 (previously $79.95) "Race your friends in the definitive version of Mario Kart 8, only on Nintendo Switch. Play locally in up to 4-player multiplayer in 1080p while playing in TV Mode. Every track from the Wii U version, including DLC, makes a glorious return."

Looking for more ways to save? Check out today's top 7 deals and our huge database of coupon codes.

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