Get The Super Smash Bros. Nintendo Switch OLED Bundle At Amazon Before It's Gone

This Switch OLED holiday bundle comes with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, themed Joy-Cons, and a Nintendo Switch Online subscription.


If you're in the market for a Nintendo Switch this holiday, you should definitely check out Nintendo's official Black Friday bundle before it's gone. For $349, you'll get the Nintendo Switch OLED, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and a three-month subscription to Nintendo Switch Online. This bundle went live at major retailers last week and has already sold out at multiple retailers. At the time of writing, it's up for grabs at a few retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy. Historically, Nintendo Switch holiday bundles tend to sell out before Christmas, and considering it's gone at some retailers (including Target), we'd recommend buying it sooner rather than later.

Amazon (via Amazon Japan) has the Japanese version of this bundle that comes with an adorable decorative box, a carrying case, and a Smash Bros. drink coaster for $356. Since the Switch is region-free, you'll get the same experience as you would with a North American Switch.

The Super Smash Bros. Switch OLED bundle isn't the only holiday bundle you can pick up right now. You can also get the standard Nintendo Switch with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Switch Online for $299. Meanwhile, Walmart (blue) and Target (pink) have exclusive Animal Crossing: New Horizons-themed Switch Lite bundles that come with the game for $200.

Outside of the console bundles, there's also a Super Mario Party Joy-Con bundle for $100 that comes with new red/blue controllers. If you're buying a Switch console, this Mario Party bundle is a great way to get extra controllers alongside a fun multiplayer title for your next game night.

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