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It almost goes without saying, but the Nintendo Switch is an exciting console to own in 2019. You've got the constantly growing (and consistently excellent) library of Nintendo first-party titles like Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Super Mario Maker 2, plus the expanding roster of ports for incredible games like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Dark Souls, Overwatch, Return of the Obra Dinn, and Divinity: Original Sin 2 adding even more appeal to the platform. Additionally, a slew of other exciting upcoming Switch games were announced during a recent Nintendo Direct.
If you're a longtime Nintendo fan, you're well aware of the fact that Nintendo's first-party games and products tend to maintain higher prices than their PS4 and Xbox One counterparts do. While the Nintendo Switch launched at a relatively affordable $300, its price has barely fluctuated in the two and a half years since it released, and when you factor in all the $60 games, $70 Switch Pro controller, monthly Switch Online membership, and other expenses, you can end up spending quite a lot on Switch-related purchases.
Fortunately, we're here to save you some cash. We've rounded up all the best Nintendo Switch deals across the internet, from Switch games to accessories and Switch Online membership. It's unlikely the two newest Switch consoles--the smaller, handheld-only Switch Lite and the new improved Switch with better battery life--will get discounts anytime soon, but there are some Switch bundles worth taking a look at.
We'll keep this story updated with any new Switch deals that pop up throughout September, but in the meantime, check out the best discounts available now below.
Quick look: Best Nintendo Switch deals
- Nintendo Switch Online -- Amazon Prime members get one year free
- Nintendo Switch Pro controller -- $62 at Amazon
- Hori D-Pad Switch Controller -- $20 at Amazon
- Light-up Switch dock shields -- $15 at Amazon
- Super Mario Party -- $49.92 at Amazon
- Collection of Mana -- $33.84 at Walmart
- Bayonetta 2 (physical) + Bayonetta (digital download) -- $49.94 at Amazon
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild -- $50 at Amazon
- Civilization VI -- $37.78 at Amazon
- Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch -- $41.86 at Amazon
- Dragon Quest Builders 2 -- $45
- Mortal Kombat 11 -- $40.94 at Amazon
Best Nintendo Switch console deals
Nintendo Switch bundle with Mario Tennis Aces and 1-2-Switch for $359.96
It's slim pickings for Nintendo Switch console deals right now as retailers gear up for the big holiday sales, but you can still find some slight discounts on Switch console bundles. One of the best options is this bundle with Mario Tennis Aces and 1-2-Switch, which is selling for around $360, a savings of $15.
Nintendo Switch Lite with memory card for $225.95 at Amazon
If you're planning to pick up the Switch Lite, you'll probably need a microSD card to expand your storage space. This bundle will save you $10, as the console itself sells for $200 and the memory card usually goes for $35.
Otherwise, there aren't many discounts on brand-new consoles floating around these days. Expect to see some special deals as we get closer to the holidays.
Best Switch game deals
Dragon Quest Builders 2 for $45 at Amazon
Switch games don't receive discounts as quickly or steeply as other console games do. That said, there are still some great games on sale worth picking up, such as Dragon Quest Builders 2, which released on the Switch in July. You can already find the game marked down to $45. Plus, you can get Civilization VI for only $30 on Switch, Collection of Mana for $33.84, and some first-party titles like Breath of the Wild for about $10 off. You can see more Switch game deals below.
- Bayonetta 2 (physical) + Bayonetta (digital download) -- $49.94
- Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night -- $30
- Civilization VI -- $30
- Collection of Mana -- $33.84
- Diablo 3: Eternal Collection -- $39.80
- Dragon Quest Builders 2 -- $45
- Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition -- $49.94
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim -- $45
- Fate/Extella Link - Fleeting Glory Limited Edition -- $50
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild -- $50
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe -- $49.94
- Mario Tennis Aces -- $48
- Mortal Kombat 11 -- $40.94
- Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch -- $41.86
- Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu -- $44.67
- Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee -- $43.75
- Resident Evil Revelations Collection -- $24.88
- Resident Evil Triple Pack -- $50
- Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe -- $49.94
- Super Mario Party -- $49.92
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate -- $49.94
- Tales of Vesperia - Definitive Edition -- $30
- Yoshi's Crafted World -- $50
Best Switch accessory deals
Light-up Switch dock shields for $15 at Amazon
These glowy dock shields have no practical purpose, but they sure are pretty. Currently $5 off their usual price of $20, these light-up plates have more than 17 different colors and effects to choose from and add a cool, colorful glow to your Switch setup. We've written about them in the past and can verify they look amazing in person.
Check out more of the best Switch accessories on sale below.
- Nintendo Switch Pro controller -- $62
- Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons (Neon Pink and Green) -- $69
- Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons (Gray) -- $67
- Hori D-Pad Switch controller (Breath of the Wild-themed) -- $20
- PowerA wireless GameCube-style Switch controller -- $39.86
- JETech Switch protective grip case -- $16.90
- Poke Ball Plus -- $45.90
- Samsung 128GB memory card -- $19.49
- Isabelle Amiibo - Super Smash Bros. Series -- $30
Best Switch Online membership deals
Switch Online is Nintendo's monthly membership that grants access to online multiplayer, save data cloud backup for most (but not all) games, and a selection of over 40 NES games and 20 SNES games, as well as the ability to buy official NES and SNES controllers compatible with Switch. Nintendo Switch Online is far cheaper than Sony or Microsoft's online subscriptions--an annual individual subscription sells for $20, while a family plan for up to eight Nintendo accounts is $35--but it's still another expense added to the ever-growing pile of Switch-related purchases.
Currently, the cheapest way to get Switch Online is through Twitch Prime, which is available to anyone with Amazon Prime. The Twitch Prime offer lets you claim 12 months of Nintendo Switch Online for free, in two batches: You have to claim the first three months before September 24, and then you have until January 22, 2020 to claim the additional nine months. You have to let 60 days pass after claiming the first three months before adding the other nine to your account.
Popular Switch Online game Tetris 99 is getting a physical release, and it includes 12 months of Nintendo Switch Online. Not only that, but you'll get all current and future DLC for the game. That bundle will cost you $30.