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Cheap Nintendo Switch bundles - get the latest deals, prices and sales

Cheap Nintendo Switch bundles
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Cheap Nintendo Switch bundles are difficult to find these days, especially in the US. While the UK has seen a fair few deals hitting the shelves over the last few months, things stateside aren't looking so hopeful. However, stock has been stable for a long time now, and as we head towards annual holiday sales, we're likely to start seeing some more offers on the shelves. 

There are still plenty of Nintendo Switch bundles available right now - you just need to know where to look. We're bringing you all the best deals right here, and keeping this page well stocked with all the latest sales. 

The Nintendo Switch price is $299.99 / £279.99, and we generally see bundle prices sitting at between $300 - $330 / £279 - £319. All the Nintendo Switch bundles below offer good value for money, but you might come across some offers that don't look right if you're browsing on your own. We'd recommend you always check the current price of any games or accessories before you head to checkout as you may find it cheaper to pick up your items separately.  

In contrast to the woes surrounding Xbox Series X stock and PS5 stock, we're actually seeing Nintendo Switch deals slashing prices on consoles themselves more and more. You'll find all the best Nintendo Switch bundles from this week below, but if you want to spend as little as possible it's worth checking out the price comparison charts below.

Best Nintendo Switch bundles - US

Best Nintendo Switch bundles - UK


Eager to get some extras for your Nintendo Switch? We've gathered up a few essentials right here. For example, you'll find some of the best Nintendo Switch accessories out there right now, be it Nintendo Switch SD cards to the best Nintendo Switch chargers

If you'd like to play some local multiplayer with family or friends, on the other hand, we've also rounded up cheap Nintendo Switch controller deals. Need some more Joy-cons or a Pro controller? This is the place to start.

Finally, we've included a few must-have games that every self-respecting Switch owner should own. For more recommendations, be sure to drop in on these cheap Nintendo Switch game sales.

What is the Nintendo Switch price?

To make sure you're getting a good deal, it's important to know the base prices of Switch consoles. In the US especially, we're used to seeing some merchants jack up the cost when rivals have sold out. The normal Nintendo Switch MSRP is $299, while the UK RRP is £279. That's the price for the console alone with no extras, mind you. As for the Switch Lite, the US MSRP is $199 and the UK's RRP is set at £199. As mentioned above, the Switch OLED mode will be $349 MSRP in the US and £309 in the UK. 

Don't be caught out, if there's a listing that goes above these prices, double-check that it's part of a bundle or includes something noteworthy - and always ensure it's from a trusted seller! 

Which Nintendo Switch should you buy?

There are now (or soon to be) three models of Nintendo Switch to choose from. Each one does offer a different experience, though, so it's important to choose the right version for you.

  • Nintendo Switch (standard): This is the 'full' console experience, and it's the one we'd recommend. Offering detachable controllers that can be shared between two people and a portable screen that allows you to play on TV or in handheld mode, it's perfect for multiplayer and single-player games.
  • Nintendo Switch Lite: The new Nintendo Switch Lite is a handheld-only alternative, pitched as an entry-level console for kids or anyone playing on the go. While it's a lot cheaper, it can't be used on TV, doesn't have detachable controllers, and lacks some features like joypad rumble. However, it will still play all the same games.
  • Nintendo Switch OLED model: It's only recently been announced by Ninty, but a new version of the Switch - featuring a 7-inch OLED screen - is set for release on 8 October 2021 and retails for $349.99/£309. Fancy new panel aside, it offers all the same functionality as the standard Switch. You can currently pre-order the Switch OLED model through some online retailers now. 

Looking for something to play? Head over to our cheapest Nintendo Switch game sales roundup.