Looking to finally get a Nintendo Switch or trying to get a great deal on a Nintendo Switch to give as a gift this year? Well friend, Nintendo Black Friday deals are well under way, with the return of the $299 Black Friday Nintendo Switch console deal. The deal is live and in stock everywhere, with no membership required, or other restrictions in place to take full advantage of this Black Friday Nintendo Switch deal.
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Nintendo Switch Black Friday Bundle Deal
What’s In the Nintendo Switch Black Friday Deal?
Nintendo famously offers a variation of this bundle each Black Friday, and it has received a few upgrades over the past years. Here’s what’s in the Black Friday Nintendo Switch bundle:
- HAC-001(01) model Nintendo Switch console with Neon Red and Neon Blue Joy-con
- Download code for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
- Code for 3-month membership to Nintendo Switch Online
It’s a pretty good deal considering you get a game and NSO membership all for the price of a regular Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch is the latest model, meaning it has 4.5-9 hours of battery life as opposed to the original version, which had 3-5. This isn’t an OLED model Switch, but it’s still a Switch, and everyone likes Switch!
When Is the Nintendo Switch Black Friday Deal Available?
Right now. You can buy this everywhere, without restriction, immediately. The Nintendo Black Friday deal went live on Sunday at every sale Walmart’s Black Friday offerings. Walmart held off initially, only offering the deal to Walmart+ subscribers, but now it’s freely available to everyone.
How to Get the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe New Tracks
With the 3-month subscription to Nintendo Switch Online, you get access to online play and a collection of Super NES and NES games as part of the subscription. However, if you want to access the new Mario Kart 8 tracks, you’ll need to upgrade to the NSO Expansion subscription. That tier entitles you to the extra Mario Kart 8 tracks, Animal Crossing DLC, the Splatoon 2 Octo Expansion, as well as access to a selection of Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis games.