Best Black Friday 2018 Nintendo Switch deals

Pick up the latest Nintendo hardware and save a few bucks with this year's hottest Black Friday 2018 discounts on the Nintendo Switch.


The holiday season is almost here, so why not pick up one of the hottest consoles currently on the market? The Nintendo Switch is as hot a commodity as ever and the best time to pick one up may very well be this Black Friday. The biggest retailers are unveiling their best deals, so Shacknews is here to round them up and help you determine where to pick up your Nintendo Switch.

The Best Nintendo Switch Black Friday price 2018

The hottest deal this year appears to be a special bundle that includes a Nintendo Switch console and a digital copy of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for $299.99. This bundle can be found at Best Buy, Target, Walmart, and other major retailers.

In addition to this, Nintendo Switch Cases and third-party Wired Controllers will be available for 20 percent off at Target. Third-party Pro Controllers will also sell for $14.99 at Best Buy.


  • We'll have the full list of Amazon deals as they become available.



Best Buy

Be aware that Gamers Club Unlocked discounts may not stack with Black Friday prices.


Nintendo eShop

If you do pick up a Nintendo Switch or already own one, there's also a slew of digital gaming deals from the Nintendo eShop. Here's what Nintendo is offering this weekend:

New deals may pop up prior to the big day, so be sure to keep checking back here for more. We'll continue updating with more Nintendo Switch deals leading up to Black Friday on November 23.

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