Move over Amazon Australia: eBay has the Nintendo Switch for under $380

Posted: 6 December 2017 6:59 am News

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There's never been a better time to join the world of Mario and Zelda.

If you thought Amazon Australia's surprise $70 price drop on the Nintendo Switch was good, prepare yourself for an even better deal by way of local retailer The Gamesmen's eBay store.

After establishing a new base price of $399 for Nintendo's hugely popular console when it launched yesterday, Amazon Australia was quickly matched by JB Hi-Fi in an attempt to stay competitive with the online giant. Harvey Norman followed soon after, suggesting we have plenty of cut-throat price wars to look forward to in the near future.

Over at eBay, though, you can find an even better deal than Amazon or any other Aussie retailer can offer. The Gamesmen's eBay store has the Switch for $397, but by applying the eBay discount code P5OZZIE, you can drop the price down to a ripping $377.15, delivery included.

With Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild both headlining the system's games catalogue, the Switch is an ideal Christmas present for anyone who enjoys video games, and at this price, it's practically a no-brainer. Just don't forget to use the promo code P5OZZIE at checkout to see the discounted price.

Grab the Nintendo Switch for $377.15 from eBay


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