Money-saving deals for your Switch.
Nintendo Switch owners looking for something new to play can find some good deals this week on games like Mario Tennis Aces, Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, and a lot more. We’ve sifted through the sales at Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy, and collected the best deals below. Read on to see what games you can save money on this week.
For starters, you can save a tiny amount of money on two of the biggest, newest Switch games on the market. The titles in question are New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which are available for $56.99 each from Amazon. That only saves you $3 apiece, but don’t expect to find a better deal anytime soon. First-party Nintendo games are notorious for staying at their full list price for months or even years after launch. Does that mean we should thank our lucky stars for saving 5%? No, but if you’re going to buy the games anyway, you might as well get them for $3 off and buy yourself a nice cup of coffee with the savings.
Thankfully, other games have gotten bigger price cuts. Fans of retro RPGs can grab Square Enix’s gorgeous Switch exclusive Octopath Traveler for $51.85 from Amazon. You also may want to pick up The World Ends with You Final Remix from Best Buy for $44.99 while it’s on sale. For some Castlevania-style action, you can pick up last year’s indie breakout hit Dead Cells on sale for $29.88 at Amazon. And if you’re into LEGO games, Walmart has LEGO The Incredibles and LEGO Super Heroes 2 for around $30 each.
Those interested in building things can pick up Nintendo Labo Robot Kit or Nintendo Labo Variety Kit for $39.99 each at Best Buy this week — that’s nearly half price. Another game that comes with physical accessories is Starlink: Battle for Atlas. This open-world game of space exploration comes with a toy ship, pilot, and weapons you can attach to your controller and swap out in real time to modify your in-game loadout. It’s on sale for $43.99 at Amazon.
You’ll find a lot more Nintendo Switch games on sale in the list below.
Nintendo Switch Game Deals
Chris Reed is IGN’s shopping and commerce editor. You can find him on Twitter @_chrislreed.