[Last Chance] Nintendo Switch, Xbox One Bundle Still Selling For $400

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Amazon Prime Day has come and gone, but that doesn't mean all the deals that cropped up alongside it have ended.

With numerous other retailers jumping on the commercial bandwagon to host their own sales, there have been a whole lot of bargains out there to take advantage of this week. That included multiple deals on individual game consoles, including PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. But what about a surprisingly good sale that gets you the latter two systems in one package?

Arguably one of the best deals we've seen comes from Google Express, where seller AntOnline is offering an Xbox One with three games and a Nintendo Switch for $400. Ordinarily priced at $444, the bundle gets its full discount when you apply promo code GOTURE at checkout, which slashes an extra 10% off the price. This coupon expires July 22 or when supplies run out.

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See the Xbox One and Switch bundle deal on Google Express

The Xbox One in question is the smaller, quieter Xbox One S All-Digital model in white; this is the version of the console that does not feature a disc drive. The system is bundled with Sea of Thieves, Forza Horizon 3, and Minecraft--which are included with the All-Digital edition as standard, but are great games nonetheless. Also included in this bundle is a standalone Nintendo Switch, without any games.

This deal is a bit unusual in that you need to be shopping for not one, but two different systems. But whether you want them both, plan to sell one, or just happen to have a friend who is looking for the other console, $400 is a great deal considering it'd ordinarily cost around $550 for all those together, saving you $150.

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