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Black Friday 2019: Top Nintendo Switch accessory deals

Posted: 28 November 2019 5:20 pm
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Accessorise your Switch into a portable powerhouse with these top Black Friday deals.

While it sure turned out to be the little handheld-console hybrid that could, the Nintendo Switch didn't come with everything it needs, and that's by design.

The sad fact is that you're expected to spend some extra cash to get the creature comforts that make this the best on-the-go gaming experience available. Accessories like battery packs, carry bags and more are a must. Fortunately, we can get you fully kitted out with the 2019 Black Friday sales for next to no Mario coins at all.

Nintendo Switch Black Friday deals

Here are the pick-of-the-litter Black Friday deals for the Nintendo Switch so far:

  • The Switch is best used when you're out on the road (and we do mean in a car, kids). But it won't be happy travels if you don't invest in this Powerwave High Powered Car Charger. Going for $9.95 instead of $29.95 at The Gamesmen, this accessory will kill "are we there yet?" in its tracks.
  • You should really experience a new way to play your games with the Nintendo Labo Variety Kit (down from $99.95 to $47.00 at EB Games). Being something of a man-child, this writer can confirm that this unique cardboard cutout approach to accessories is as unique and inventive as it is fun. Pure Nintendo magic, basically.
  • There are controllers, and then there are controllers. And then there's the absolute bling that is the Super Mario Gold Chrome Wired Controller. Impossibly flash looking, this lairy number is going for $35 (a very respectable 25% off) at Big W. It's great for asserting dominance at any Smash Bros. party.
  • Not interested in a Pro Controller button configuration for your Super Smash Bros. fights? Not a problem. Keep it old school with Big W's 30% off Pikachu Yellow Wireless GameCube Controller. $59 is a darn good price point for this Pokétastic, Switch-compatible controller that boasts a whopping 11-foot cable.
  • If you want some decent headphones that advertise your undying love for the big N, why not head to Harvey Norman for the $76 Astro A10 Zelda: Breath of The Wild Edition Headset. Down from the usual RRP of $99, these are some sweet cans that come with an exclusive chat cable required for Nintendo Switch online, too.
  • Gaming on the go with a Switch can only last so long (and the older your system, the fewer the hours you'll be able to milk). Enter The Gamesmen with its 50% off deal on Nyko Boost Paks. For $24.95 (instead of $49.95) you can extend your battery life and stave off boredom for a good hour or so.
  • Speaking of The Gamesmen (and Nyko), any serious Switch owner will require a means to carry their handheld around safely. This is where the Nyko Power Shell Case comes in for $39.95, down from $64.95. Even better, this case comes with a 6,000mAh battery that'll double your playtime. Bonus!

Black Friday season is still unfolding. New deals are incoming, so be sure to circle back to this page for more Nintendo Switch discounts. And, if you're after the Switch itself, there are loads of Switch hardware deals too.

For more great deals, you can see our list of top Black Friday sales on now or our roundup of best Black Friday tech deals.

You can also keep track of all of this year's Black Friday deals with Finder's Black Friday email alert.

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