Save Money Now On Nintendo Switch Or Nintendo Labo

Don't forget to enter those promo codes.

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Looking to save money on pricey Nintendo products? Newegg will lend a hand. Thanks to a deal that's live right now, you can save $20 off the price of a Nintendo Switch, or $15 off either Nintendo Labo set. But because the online retailer seems to be allergic to traditional sale prices, you have to enter promo codes to get the discounts. Here are the details.

To get a Nintendo Switch for $280, click here for the gray Joy-Con version or here for the neon Joy-Con version, and add the console to your cart. Before checking out, enter promo code EMCPUEP72. That's it. Apply the promo code, and Newegg will knock $20 off the price of your Switch. This promotion ends on Saturday, May 12.

As for the Labo, you can get the Variety Kit for $15 off by entering promo code EMCPUEP68 at checkout. The final price will come to $55. If you'd rather create the Robot Kit, add it to your cart and enter promo code EMCPUEP68 at checkout. That brings the price down to $65. The Labo deal is good between now and Wednesday, May 16.

You probably already know if you want to buy Nintendo's latest console, but here's our Nintendo Switch review in case you want more information. As for the kits, here's an excerpt from our Nintendo Labo review: "It's nice to have something to tinker with long after building the Toy-Cons, and that's mainly because the official games are more like demos to show you how everything works. The only one likely to keep your attention for any length of time is the piano; everything else is a jumping off point, and you're limited by how much it inspires you to create. And that's just what Labo is at the moment: a great tool for creation, rather than for playing."

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