The Best Switch Game Deals Still Available In Nintendo US's E3 Sale

Save up to 50% on digital Switch games.

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Last week, Nintendo wrapped up its E3 2019 Direct, in which the company released an avalanche of exciting news and reveals for upcoming Nintendo Switch games, including Animal Crossing: New Horizons (which is available for pre-order now) and a surprising sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that's currently in development.

Those who attended E3 got a chance to preview some of Nintendo's upcoming games first-hand, but for those of us who weren't at the event, there's still a huge Nintendo Eshop sale to take advantage of. The sale, which kicked off last week, will end June 18 at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET.

The Nintendo E3 sale includes markdowns up to 50% or even more on both first-party Nintendo games and indie titles. My Nintendo members will also earn Gold points on eligible purchases, and as a reminder, you'll receive the full amount of points based on the MSRP rather than the discount price.

Luckily, there's still some time left to check out these deals, and we highly recommend you do, as the Eshop currently has some of the best discounts we've seen on certain Switch games. That includes critically acclaimed titles like Super Mario Odyssey, which is only $40.19, and Hollow Knight, which is down to $7.50. Many of these deals have also extended to partnered retailers as well, which we have included below so you can buy games from your preferred source.

See the full list of game deals at Nintendo, and check out more of the best deals on Switch games below. Plus, see the brand-new Switch games you can download right now.

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