Nintendo Switch For $180, Pokemon Let's Go For $35: Get Them If You Can

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If you're looking for a deal on a Nintendo Switch console or select games and accessories, you'll want to take a look at this. Today at 12 PM PT (3 PM ET), the retailer Daily Steals is planning to drop prices on select Switch gear to the lowest we've ever seen, according to CNET. Among the deals are a Nintendo Switch console for $180 (regularly $300) and Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu, which just came out and hasn't gone on sale anywhere else yet, for $35. The catch is that quantities are limited, so you'll want to click the buy button right away if you want a chance to grab one of these ridiculously fantastic deals.

In addition to the Switch hardware and new Pokemon game, you can get a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for $40, Super Mario Party for $35, and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze for $30. The deals will only be available on Daily Steals' Facebook page, and the transaction has to go through Facebook. There's also no shopping cart feature, so you'll have to do a separate transaction for each item you want to buy.

If you're looking for more deals on video games and entertainment, you can check out our Black Friday 2018 coverage, where we've compiled all the discounts you'll find this week on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC games, hardware, and accessories.

And if you're looking for something nice to get for someone on your list with a Nintendo Switch, check out our gift guide for Switch games and Switch accessories gift guide.

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