This Amazon discount lets you save $25 on the Nintendo Switch

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If there’s one thing common among Nintendo’s products, it’s that it can be very hard to find any kind of deal on them. That doesn’t mean they will never come along, though. Amazon currently has a small discount on the classic Nintendo Switch with Neon Blue and Neon Red Joy-Con, cutting the price to $274 with a $25 savings that applies at checkout.


Nintendo Switch With Neon Blue and Neon Red Joy-Con
8% off

Nintendo
Nintendo

The Nintendo Switch is the cheapest home console that you can buy. Its portability is unmatched, and it takes gaming on the go to a new level. Taking this on a plane, using it on your commute or even playing while you’re waiting in line at the grocery store has never been easier or more accessible.


$274 at Amazon


It may not be a blowout Black Friday deal, but just about any discount is better than the full price, which is the norm for the Switch. This deal also gets you the version of the Nintendo Switch that offers the original launch aesthetic with different-colored Joy-Con. Even though it has the original stylings, this is the upgraded model that came out not long after the Nintendo Switch launched to improve battery life.

With the standard Nintendo Switch, you get the option to play multiple ways. With the included dock and removable Joy-Con — a feature omitted by the Switch Lite — you can connect the console to your TV for big-screen gaming or set the Switch down on a table and play with the controls wirelessly. The Switch’s flexibility and wonderful assortment of hit games are its claims to fame, and with a $25 discount, you can get a head start on building out your game library.

Note: The prices above reflect the retailers' listed price at the time of publication.

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