Amazon launches best Nintendo Switch deal with two free games on Black Friday

As one of the most popular gaming consoles worldwide, the Nintendo Switch is always in high demand—and things are no different this Black Friday.

Amazon has just made one of its best ever Switch bundle deals available, with a huge saving of over £110.

For £284.99 you can get the standard Nintendo Switch console with two Joy-Cons, a three month Switch Online membership, the brilliant racer Mario Kart 8, and even an extra game—Just Dance 2022—thrown in.

The bundle usually costs around £380 without the extra game, so with Just Dance 2022 (RRP £20+) you're looking at a saving of over £110.

Stocks are already running low so make sure you don't miss out by heading to Amazon right now and picking up this Black Friday bundle via this link.

It's a great time to buy a Switch, as Nintendo has also launched a massive Black Friday sale on Switch games through its eStore.

Titles on offer include:

  • Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 (45% off)
  • Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt (50% off)
  • Cities: Skylines (75% off)
  • FIFA 22 (30% off)
  • Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time (40% off)
  • New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (33% off)

  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps (40% off)

  • Pikmin 3 Deluxe (33% off)

You can view all sale items here.

  • FIFA 22 is 50% off in the massive EA Black Friday sale at Amazon and the Xbox Store

Games on the Switch eStore typically cost a little more than its Xbox and Playstation counterparts.

So, if you're new to the console or even looking to return to it, it could be your chance to pick up a bargain on a first party title.

Launched in 2017, the original Nintendo Switch remains one of the best-selling consoles in the world.

This pioneering bit of kit will still let you hook up your games to the TV as well as play them on the go, albeit it with a slightly less impressive screen than its flagship OLED sibling.

  • Amazon
  • Black Friday
  • Crash Bandicoot
  • Nintendo
  • Nintendo Switch
  • Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater

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