Game consoles are for sure the most exciting and hardest deals to get this Black Friday Newest Xbox Series X and PS5 barely in stock It may have three years, but the Nintendo Switch is still at the top, right next to these new consoles, of many people’s holiday wishlists Since the end of summer, pandemic-plagued inventory channels have been replenished and the Switch remains difficult but not impossible to obtain But that could change soon: As of Sunday, November 22, a special Black Friday Switch bundle became available at major retailers Here’s what you get in the box for $ 300 :

In other words, you get the same great hardware that can hook up to a TV or play in your hands, with a few free games added. So even if you’re new to the Switch, you can grab a Joy controller. -Con and get into a kart race right out of the box Then, since much of the Switch library is digital, you can download a digital version of any game your heart desires

The pack is available this week at most major retailers – Amazon, Walmart, Target, Best Buy, and GameStop – but we’re only seeing product pages at Best Buy and GameStop right now. You may want to bookmark this page as we’ll add the other retailers as their pages go live

The problem, of course, is that this set will likely be out of stock instantly. To this end, we’re also keeping an eye on inventory on the ‘standard’ Nintendo Switch – same exact hardware, but no digital codes. bundled And keep in mind that Walmart and others will be offering some of the biggest Switch games for $ 15 to $ 30 in the coming days, so you can make your own bundle of goodies.

Best Buy offers the bundle on Sunday morning

The bundle is also available on GameStop

This is the same Switch hardware, but without the digital codes provided in the versions above.It is available with red / blue controllers, gray controllers, or in an Animal Crossing edition (a design based on the game , but without this title included)

Not surprisingly, there is no “deal” to be had in the above stores; the price is set at or near $ 300, which is the regular MSRP. Indeed, it’s been quite a while since we’ve seen any sort of real discount on Switch (The 2019 Holidays, to be precise)

That said, with bundles and used consoles selling for $ 400 or more, paying “only” the suggested retail price is a win over this product

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