Fancy some cheap Nintendo game deals? We’ve got your back here at GamesRadar+. Our team have sought out this month’s best bargains like glory-hungry Pokemon trainers. That includes everything from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to getting a Nintendo Switch controller cheap. You’ll find all these savings and more in the guide below.
Best Deal Today
Yoshi's Crafted World | $49.94 at Walmart (save $10)
Yoshi's back in a cute side-scroller.
Because we haven’t just gone looking for cheap Nintendo game deals; we’ve also been hunting down tasty offers on Nintendo Switch accessories. As with the Wii and Wii U before it, the Switch is a console that really benefits from some extras. For example, getting your hands on the best case for Nintendo Switch or Nintendo Switch SD cards (to combat its low internal storage) will save you money and effort in the long run. As for those who haven’t picked up the console yet, we’ve listed the best Nintendo Switch bundles here too to get you started.
Want something a little cheaper? Take a look at the best Nintendo 2DS XL bundles for a more bite-size Nintendo experience.
Yoshi's Crafted World | $49.94 at Walmart (save $10)
The adorable, egg-pooping dinosaur that we've come to know and love from the Mario series is back with another standalone title. This one sees him toddle his way through a cardboard world.View Deal
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate | $49.94 on Amazon (save $10)
While this isn't a huge saving, it's worth considering nonetheless because of how stubbornly the game holds its value. It's worth the price of admission, too - this is one of the best Smashes for years.View Deal
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe | $49.94 at Walmart (save $10)
Tearing 'round the track in the Mushroom Kingdom and beyond has never felt - or looked - so good. With brand-new weapons, racers, tracks, and karts on offer, this may be the definitive kart racer.View Deal
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze | $49.94 at Jet.com (save $10)
The re-release of this Wii U game is a welcome return from Donkey Kong; it deserves the second chance that being on Switch gives it. We'd definitely recommend having a go.View Deal
Super Mario Odyssey | $49.87 at Walmart (save $10)
Odyssey is a modern classic; it takes everything you love about Mario and layers in excellent new mechanics. If you haven't tried it yet, we'd highly recommend doing so.View Deal
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild | $49.94 at Walmart (save $10)
Saving the realm, slaying monsters, and weird cooking mini-games are all in a day's work for the hero of Hyrule. This is easily one of the Switch's best games. Don't miss it!View Deal
Mario Tennis Aces | $49.94 at Walmart (save $10)
The latest in a long line of Super Mario spin-offs, this instalment looks gorgeous, plays well, and is a whole lot of fun. Our review said it was "experimental, tactical, and downright kooky".View Deal
Nintendo Switch Pro Controller | $56.99 on Amazon (save $12)
The Joy-Cons are great, but there's nothing like a classic controller. Buy a new one from Walmart for a little less than normal.View Deal
Nintendo Switch Joy-Con pair (Blue/Red) for $69.99 on Amazon (save $10)
Spare controllers always come in handy for Nintendo consoles, and that's definitely true of Switch.View Deal
SanDisk Ultra 64GB Micro SD card | $11.99 at Amazon (save 51%)
We tend to recommend the 128GB card to future-proof your Switch, but 64GBs isn't a bad way to go - especially at that price.View Deal
Nintendo Switch (any color) + Starlink: Battle for Atlas starter pack + Starlink figure of your choice | $320.65 at Walmart (save up to $23)
A tidy, fun console bundle to get you started on the Nintendo Switch.View Deal
Nintendo Switch (either color) + 2 wired Ematic controllers | $299 at Walmart (save $39.98)
Perfect for those who'd like to try some couch co-op in the likes of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe or Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.View Deal
The Nintendo Switch is a tricky console to find cheap; it tends to hold its value. Accordingly, it's often cheaper to buy the Switch by itself and add on games later. You can find the best console-only deals below.
Because of the Switch’s portable nature, accessories like carry-cases come highly recommended. Upgrading its memory with an SD card is also essential: with just 32GB of internal storage, it won’t be long before you’ve filled the Switch up. You can find our suggestions below. Alternatively, head over to our Nintendo Switch accessories page for more.
The best Nintendo Switch SD Card - SanDisk Ultra 128GB MicroSDXC
One of our few issues with the Nintendo Switch is that it doesn’t come with much internal memory - only 32GB, to be precise. This becomes a real problem when you want to install more than a couple of games on it. Enter the SanDisk Ultra 128GB SD card. At around $30, it’s not going to break the bank and will quadruple your storage space. This should allow you to store between 5-10 big games.
You can always get a smaller 64GB card if you don’t think you’ll be getting many games, of course. That one goes for around $25. Check out our full list of Nintendo Switch SD cards for more.
The best Nintendo Switch carry case - Orzly
Because you’re likely to be carting your Switch from place to place, getting a carry case or protective shell should be high on your priority list. The official Nintendo case is arguably one of best around, but its Orzly equivalent gets our recommendation for being such an effective all-rounder. A hardened outer layer hides enough room for your console, multiple Joy-Cons, cables, and 8 Switch games - more than the competition. It’s not too expensive, either.
If you’d prefer to see what all the options are, make sure you see our guide to the best case for Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo Switch Pro Controller
While the standard Joy-Cons are excellent pieces of kit, the Pro Controller is what you want if you're intending to play more traditional games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate or Dark Souls Remastered. Like everything Nintendo builds, it's of great quality and makes a noticeable difference to your overall experience.
If you can count on a Nintendo console for anything, it’s to be different. The Switch shakes things up with its range of cardboard, DIY peripherals that you can make into anything from a fishing rod to the wheel of a car. We’ve posted some of the best deals below, and you can check out our dedicated Nintendo Labo page for more.
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