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Save On First-Party Nintendo Switch Games At GameStop Before This Sale Is Over

GameStop's Game Days sale kicks off July 5 with great deals on Super Mario Maker 2, Splatoon 2, and more.

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GameStop has been hosting a bunch of sales over the past couple of months, but most of them have centered on PS4 and Xbox One games. That changes with the Game Days Sale, a week-long event running through July 11 that features rare discounts on Nintendo Switch exclusives, including Super Mario Maker 2 and Yoshi's Crafted World. PS4 and Xbox One games are prominently featured as well, though, making Game Days one of the most comprehensive GameStop sales of the year so far. Plus, Amazon is now price-matching some of GameStop's best deals.

On Nintendo Switch, five first-party exclusives that normally go for $60 are discounted to $40: Super Mario Maker 2, New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, Yoshi's Crafted World, Splatoon 2, and Mario Tennis Aces.

Select third-party Switch games are also on sale. Ubisoft's Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is down to $20, Team Sonic Racing is $30, and Just Dance 2020 is $20. You can snag the Assassin's Creed: The Rebel Collection for $20 and Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath Collection for $40 (available on PS4/Xbox One, too). The Witcher 3's Complete edition is down to $50 on Switch. Though that's only a $10 savings, we rarely see it for less than full price. Meanwhile, Metro Redux, which released on Switch earlier this year, is on sale for $35.

A couple of PS4 exclusives are on sale for stellar prices as well, with Persona 5 Royal and The Yakuza Remastered Collection discounted to $40. The former released earlier this year and earned a 10/10 in GameSpot's Persona 5 Royal review, while the latter contains three great Yakuza games.

There are plenty of multi-platform PS4 and Xbox One games in the Game Days sale, too. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is down to $30, Red Dead Redemption 2 is $40, and Borderlands 3 is $20. You can also pick up Borderlands: The Handsome Collection and Borderlands: Game of the Year edition for $15 each to round out your Borderlands library. A few games released this year are going for less than usual, including Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot for $40 and the open-world shark attack game Maneater for $30.

While the sale focuses on games, you can also save on GameStop's huge assortment of collectibles. Select Nintendo, Pokemon, Fortnite, and Minecraft collectibles are 20% off. All Funko Pops are buy three, get one free, and T-shirts are buy one, get one free.

You can check out the full Game Days sale at GameStop and see some of the best game deals below.

Best deals in GameStop's Game Days sale

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I grabbed Yoshi and SMM2 at those prices. Doubt we'll ever see them cheaper than that.

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$40 for Splatton 2, an old ass mediocre game 😆🤣

Only with Nintendo

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Lame how breath of the wild and mario odyssey never get good deals. But at this point it's whatever. They are so old now that you can find em for like 40 bucks on ebay used which is good enough.

I think... Right? Hold on lemme check...

Kind of lol. Seems about 45-50 bucks...

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@goldenageplayer: I got mine for $40 around black friday.

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@goldenageplayer: at the $1/hour metric, those are still fantastic deals. You can easily get 100-150 hours of playtime out of Zelda depending on how deep you get into exploration.

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@KahnArtizt: Try something like 200-300 hours.

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@Jarrkha: 500 hours here.

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@Litchie: Nice.

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@goldenageplayer: Those games were $30 at Target on black friday. Worst case, just got to wait till black friday again & keep your eyes open.

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Mario maker 2 is good value for $40, put alot of hours into that game creating and playing other levels,just wish multiplayer was better
I enjoyed Mario Tennis Aces and the Online tournaments quite a bit and unlocking the cosmetics. but since thats over now...wish they would bring back Mario Striker and baseball)

the rest honestly nee to go down in price. New SMB deluxe still over $20? lol

Splatoon 2 would only be worth the $40 if it came with the DLC

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