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Here Are The Best Nintendo Switch Online Black Friday Weekend Deals: Get 12 Months For Just $15

Grab a Nintendo Switch Online for five bucks off during Target's Black Friday sale.

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The Nintendo Switch Online service is cheaper than most other gaming subscriptions, but that doesn't mean you can find it for even cheaper. The service, which lets you play multiplayer Switch games online with others, is useful for some of the most popular games on the platform, including Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Splatoon 2. You also get access to a ton of classic NES and SNES games for no additional charge for as long as you're subscribed.

A Switch Online subscription normally runs you $20, but you can get it for $15 this Black Friday over at Target. There's also a bundle with a game that absolutely needs it. Read on for a look at the best Switch Online deals.

Best Switch Online deals for Black Friday 2019

Membership only deals

Nintendo Switch Online -- $15
Nintendo Switch Online -- $15

Nintendo Switch Online 12-month membership | $15 ($20)

The best (and only) Nintendo Switch Online subscription deal is at Target. You can buy a 12-month subscription for $15, five bucks off the list price. That's a reasonably good deal considering the relative low cost of the service to begin with. You can stack up to three years of Switch Online, so you could save $15 overall if you buy three 12-month subscriptions.


Membership bundled with games

Overwatch: Legendary Edition -- $25
Overwatch: Legendary Edition -- $25

Overwatch: Legendary Edition with 3-month Switch Online subscription | $25 ($40)

Amazon and Best Buy have the Overwatch: Legendary Edition on sale for $25. Overwatch for Switch comes with a 3-month subscription of Switch Online.


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