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New Nintendo Switch Now Available For $270 In Ebay's Huge Gaming Sale

Plus, discounts on first-party Nintendo games and more

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Ready for some early holiday shopping? Throughout this weekend, Ebay is offering major discounts on consoles, games, accessories, gaming laptops, and more as part of its first-ever gaming weekend sale. The sale is live now and runs until Sunday, October 13.

Friday Drop

The sale overlaps with Ebay's first "Friday Drop," a series of spotlight deals the site plans to unveil every Friday at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET. The first Friday Drop features the new model Nintendo Switch with better battery life. While originally discounted to $280 this morning, the Switch is now even cheaper, selling for $270.

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Nintendo Switch | $270 ($300)

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Consoles and accessories

If you're looking for a new console this holiday season, multiple Xbox One bundles and the PlayStation 4 Pro are on sale.

Games

It's always smart to nab Nintendo's first-party games when you see them on sale. The weekend sale features a bunch of awesome Switch games at discounted prices, including the recently released (and wonderful) The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. Some solid PS4 and Xbox One game discounts are available as well.

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PC Hardware

If you're in the market for a new gaming laptop, there are a few really stellar discounts, including a $700 discount on the Asus ROG Strix Hero II.

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