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A pair of new Pokemon games are coming later this year, and now is a great time to get yourself ready with a new Nintendo Switch. Right now there are some good deals to be had on Nintendo’s mega-popular hybrid console, as well as deals on storage bundles, too.

Check out Nintendo’s awesome Mario Day Nintendo Switch deals, with the lowest prices, ever, on Nintendo Switch Mario games. Looking for even more games? Check out the latest Nintendo Switch game deals outside of the awesome Mario Day sales event.

Here are the best deals on Nintendo Switch consoles right now:

Mario Day Nintendo Switch Deal at Walmart

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Nintendo Switch console with Mario game plus Mario pin for $329.99

Walmart is sweetening the Nintendo Switch deal by including a free enamel Mario pin with the bundle. Build your bundle starting with either the neon or gray Joy-con Switch, then add your game and the pin is tossed in automatically. The pins are random and as far as enamel pins go, they’re awesome.

Mario Day Nintendo Switch Deal at Amazon


Nintendo Switch console with Mario game for $329.99

Amazon isn’t quite as clear on the deal as Walmart, but this is a manufacturer promotion and the price is still good. Pick your Nintendo Switch console, grey or neon red/blue, and one of the five qualifying digital games and the promotion is applied. Amazon has the full details on its site.

Mario Day Nintendo Switch Deal at Target


Nintendo Switch console with Mario game for $329.99

The deal is at Target, too. Just select your choice of Nintendo Switch console and add one of the qualifying Mario games and see a 50% price drop in the game, bringing your total to $329.99.

Nintendo Switch With $35 eShop Credit for $299


Finally, a long-term Nintendo Switch deal with some teeth. There hasn’t been a truly great Nintendo Switch deal since the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Black Friday bundle. This eShop bundle isn’t quite as good, but it’s still pretty stellar. You get your choice of grey or neon red/neon blue Nintendo Switch consoles for $299, and Nintendo throws in $35 eShop credit right off the rip to get you going. There are tons of great Nintendo Switch games on eShop for you to spend your credit, or you can apply the credit toward the purchase of a fully-priced game and save $35 instantly. Go crazy! The world is your oyster.

Nintendo Switch Mario Tennis Aces/1-2 Switch Bundle


This remains a good deal on a new Nintendo Switch, especially since you get not one, but two games packed in. Mario Tennis Aces is a ton of fun, and is a perfect pack-in for new Nintendo Switch consoles. The launch-era 1-2 Switch isn’t quite as delightful as Mario Tennis Aces, but it has some definite high points: it’s fun at parties and it’s essentially free with this bundled deal. Since this bundle is at Walmart, you get free 2-day shipping on it, too.

Nintendo Switch With 64GB or 128GB Micro SD Card Bundle Deal



This doesn’t save much, but it’s a good way to expand your Nintendo Switch storage without having to do much thinking. It’s also a perfect bundle if you’re giving someone a Nintendo Switch as a gift. People who haven’t been in the video-game sphere for a while still think of consoles as needing memory cards, and the Switch branding on this SanDisk Micro SD card removes any doubt as to its compatibility.

Nintendo Pro Controller on Sale



The Nintendo Pro Controller is listed at $69.99, and even at full price I’d recommend it. Thankfully, it HAS come down in price since its introduction. It’s not at its lowest-price ever, but it’s at what appears to be a pretty stable discount.

There are also some good deals on Nintendo Switch games right now, so if you want to start playing some of the console’s best games and you want to save money while you’re doing it, check out the best Nintendo Switch game deals happening right now.

Nintendo eShop Gift Cards:

These aren’t on sale, but they’re a fast and easy way to start filling up your new Nintendo Switch with games.

Seth Macy is IGN’s tech and commerce editor. Find him on Twitter @sethmacy.

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