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The best Nintendo Switch game and bundle deals in January 2020

Nintendo Switch console and game deals
Nintendo Switch console and game deals

Great news for gamers looking for the best Nintendo Switch deals right now. 

Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart are offering of the best gaming deals this week. We're currently seeing some of the best Nintendo Switch game and bundles deals of the season. We're talking solid savings on all things Nintendo Switch from console bundles to the best Switch games and accessories

So if you're on a budget and looking for the best Nintendo Switch game or bundle deals or maybe just some accessories, you've come to the right place. These are the best Nintendo Switch deals right now.

Cheap Nintendo Switch deals

At full price, the new Nintendo Switch (with extended battery) costs $299, so don’t spend more than this unless you’re getting extras thrown in as part of a bundle deal. Also, bear in mind that there are currently two models on sale. 

Nintendo released an upgraded Switch in August with an improved battery life (it’ll last a maximum of nine hours, rather than 6.5). The upgraded Nintendo Switch costs the same as the original model, so make sure you’re buying the newer version to get the most bang for your money. You can spot the new console from its packaging: the upgraded Nintendo Switch box has a red background, whereas the original model has a gray background. 

Nintendo Switch Lite: was $199 now $182.99 @ eBay
The Switch Lite rarely goes on sale, but it's now modestly discounted on eBay. Get it now and save $17. View Deal

Nintendo Switch Lite deals

The Editor's Choice Nintendo Switch Lite retails for $199. It's smaller and lighter than the traditional Switch which makes it even more portable. We love the Switch Lite's gorgeous, comfortable design, good battery life, and stellar game library. The Switch Lite is available in three colors: gray, turquoise, and yellow. 

Nintendo Switch bundle deals

Standalone Nintendo Switch deals tend to sell out in record time. That's why we recommend you buy a Nintendo Switch bundle to get the best value. Some bundles are priced the same as the standalone Switch console, so you're getting a free game out of the deal. Other Switch console bundles throw in accessories like a carrying case or microSD card for less than the cost of buying each item separately. 

Nintendo Switch game deals

Luigi's Mansion 3: was $59.99 now $52.95 @ Amazon
Luigi's Mansion 3 gives players satisfying combat and puzzle solving as well as a lovable new companion named Gooigi. It's now $7 off at Amazon. Walmart offers the same dealView Deal

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2: was $59.99 now $19.99 @ Walmart
Battle with your favorite super heroes and villains like Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider Man, Thor, Hulk and more. Add it to your Switch game collection for now and save $40.View Deal

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: was $59 now $19.99 @ Amazon
This delightful and surprisingly deep strategy game is one every Switch owner should play. Kingdom Battle stays true to both franchises and mashes together Mario's colorful worlds and the Rabbids' potty humor.View Deal

Mortal Kombat 11: was $59.99 now $29.99 @ Walmart
MK11 is the biggest, bloodiest, and best Mortal Kombat yet. This latest installment of the series features an overhauled fighting engine and an immersive story mode. Get it now for 50% off at Walmart. Amazon also offers this dealView Deal

Yoshi's Crafted World: was $59.99 now $49.99 @ Amazon
Jump into a new Yoshi adventure in a world made of everyday objects—like boxes and paper cups! Get it from Amazon now and save $10. View Deal

Star Wars Pinball for Nintendo Switch: was $29.99 now $19.93 @ Walmart
This Star Wars pinball game features iconic characters, locations, and themes from the franchise. Choose from 19 pinball tables or challenge yourself in Career Mode. Own it now for $10 off. View Deal

Super Mario Maker 2: was $59.99 now $49.94 @ Amazon
Super Mario Maker 2 lets you create the Super Mario levels like never before. This sophomore installment features new creation tools, story mode, and online multiplayer. View Deal

Nintendo Switch accessory deals

Retailers are offering some of the best Switch accessories at a discounted price. Walmart continues to offer the Joy-Con controllers for $66.99 ($12 off). These detachable controllers can be used in handheld mode, turned into a standard controller with a Joy-Con grip or used as two mini controllers, so it always helps to have an extra pair for multiplayer Switch games.

Hestia Goods Nintendo Switch Carrying Case: was $25.99 now $11.39 @ Amazon
This hard shell protective case will keep your switch and accessories organized and safe. Amazon has it on sale for $15 less than its regular price via in page clickable coupon. View Deal

Nintendo Switch Pro Controller: was $69 now $59 @ Amazon
The Switch Pro Controller features motion controls, HD rumble, and Amiibo support. It also has soft, comfortable grips for extended gameplay. Snag one now for $11 off its normal price.View Deal

Starlink: Battle for Atlas Starter Pack: was $59.99 now $5.99 @ Best Buy
In this exclusive Switch Play game, Team Star Fox joins the battle as the adventurous Fox McCloud. For a limited time, it's just under $6 at Best Buy. View Deal

Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons (Gray): was $79 now $69 @ Amazon
Each Switch Joy-Con has an accelerometer and a gyro sensor built-in. They may be used individually or as a pair and deliver over 6 hours of battery life depending on the game. Grab a pair now for $10 off.

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Nintendo Joy-Con (Neon Pink/Green): was $79 now $69 @ Amazon
Nintendo's versatile Joy-Con controllers work great for handheld, tabletop and TV play. You can grab a pair from Amazon right now for $11 below retail price. View Deal

PowerA Wireless Controller: was $49 now $39.99 @ Amazon
This enhanced Nintendo Switch wireless controller features Bluetooth technology, an ergonomic design, motion controls, and advanced gaming buttons. Get it now for $10 off. View Deal

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