Walmart offers Nintendo Switch bundle for $299 with free Switch online membership plus carrying case

 

 

If you have missed picking a Nintendo Switch deal on Cyber Monday, you still have some good options to get a similar good deal from Walmart. The big box retailer is offering a new deal on a Nintendo Switch. This deal on the popular console includes a 12-month Nintendo Switch online membership free as well as a free carrying case.



The Nintendo Switch bundle costing $299 is actually worth more than $50 extra as its out of the box free extras include a 12-year membership that costs $19.99 and a carrying case that costs $35. Walmart had not mentioned the duration of the deal but it’s attractive especially if you have missed Cyber Monday deals or if you want to treat yourself or a family member or friend with a console as a gift.

This bundle includes the standard Nintendo Switch at $299 and not the Nintendo Switch OLED which costs $349. The Nintendo Switch OLED version was the new launch this fall by the gaming company.



The older model of Switch is more easily available and is still a resource that offers a lot of fun allowing you to play games on your TV as well as on the go.

Some of the games that are a part of the Nintendo games library include

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Metroid Dread

Nintendo is also planning to introduce new games in 2022 some of which might be as follows:

Bayonetta 3
Pokemon Legends Arceus
Breath of the Wild sequel.

Although there were better deals on the Nintendo Switch on Cyber Monday, most of the deals have ended though you can check the Walmart site for other Nintendo Switch deals as well.



A noteworthy point is that consoles rarely go on sale. Bundles offered with a console are most probably the best deal you could get with a console. There is a possibility that newer consoles may be offered again closer to the end of the holiday season but we consider this current deal to be one of the better deals on consoles from Walmart.




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