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Grab Animal Crossing: New Horizons For $52 In New Online Deal

The popular Switch title gets a great online discount less than a week after launch.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is finally out on Nintendo Switch, and like any first-party Switch game, it's going to stay at its $60 price-point for a good while. Fortunately, you can snag Animal Crossing: New Horizons' physical edition for a nice discount right now at Ebay, where a limited number of brand-new copies are available for $52 each via reputable seller Nationwide Distributors.

This is an official Ebay deal, which means free shipping is included, and the listing says orders are ready to ship today. However, check your estimated delivery date, which will vary based on your location--mine says delivery is guaranteed by March 28.

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Now Playing: Animal Crossing: New Horizons Early Review Impressions

As of right now, the Ebay deal is the best online deal on Animal Crossing: New Horizons available, but if you want that discounted physical copy, you'd better hurry. We're guessing this listing will sell out soon. Be sure to check out our Animal Crossing: New Horizons buying guide for more options if you're still undecided.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons released for Nintendo Switch on March 20. In GameSpot's Animal Crossing: New Horizons review-in-progress, reviews editor Kallie Plagge called it a beautiful game with cute villagers, though she worries the pace is a little too slow.

"New Horizons certainly has a slower pace than other Animal Crossing games, partially because you have to work to get things up and running on the island at the start," she wrote. "And while I'm impatient to discover what upgrades might be coming my way (and I need to mess around with Island Designer more), I still feel as though I've done a lot on my island. I've crafted tons of furniture, upgraded my house seven times, picked thousands of weeds, and done far too many drastic outfit changes. I'm as excited to see what random events await me each morning as I am to decorate my island and make it my own, and that's sure to keep me coming back for the foreseeable future."

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