Cyber Monday sale: Get the Nintendo Switch for $349

Posted: 30 November 2020 4:10 pm
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eBay has the cheapest Nintendo Switch deal for Cyber Monday. For a limited time, you can buy the console for just $349, which works out to 25% off the RRP!

Update: This deal is now over. However, you can still get the Nintendo Switch Mario Kart bundle from Amazon for $399 - a saving of over $162.

There have been some truly excellent Switch deals this Black Friday weekend, including $162 off Mario Kart 8 console bundles. However, if you just want the standalone console, eBay has an upcoming deal that is pretty hard to beat.

At 5pm AEDT, eBay will be selling 500 Nintendo Switch console units for $349. That's a huge saving of $120 off the regular RRP of $469.95. To get the deal, you need to be an eBay Plus member which will run you $49 per year. (Tip for non-eBay plus customers: Sign up to eBay's free 90-day trial and then cancel after buying the Switch to avoid the extra change.)

Here's the link to the sale. (Remember - the deal doesn't go live until 5pm AEDT.)


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eBay deal: 25% off Nintendo Switch

The mobility of a handheld is now added to the power of a home gaming system to enable unprecedented new video game play styles. Enables gamers to play the same title wherever, whenever and with whomever they choose. Now with longer Battery Life.

Buy for $349 (Previously $469.95)

And here are the best Nintendo Switch game deals you can still get for Cyber Monday:

You can check out even more Nitnendo Switch deals here.

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