Cheap Nintendo game deals are few and far between, but that hasn’t stopped us. Our team have ventured into the wild like hardened Pokemon trainers to find the very best savings, reductions, and price-cuts on Switch. You know, if Pokemon trainers hunted bargains instead of pocket monsters.
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Super Mario Odyssey | £39 at AO.com (save £10)
A good deal for a great game.
We’ve not just uncovered cheap Nintendo game deals, either. You’ll see everything from the best Nintendo Switch bundles to ways of getting a Nintendo Switch controller cheap here. And trust us, it’s worth your time. Although this sounds like a line, some Nintendo Switch accessories are borderline essential. Take Nintendo Switch SD cards. The console has a paltry 32GB memory out of the box, so getting a card with lots of storage space is important if you want to keep your saves long-term (game install files are pretty big these days, not to mention downloads or DLC). We’d recommend 64GB as a starting point, but anything bigger would be ideal. Then there’s the best case for Nintendo Switch. As a home/handheld hybrid, you can take this console wherever you like… and potentially drop it on the floor where it’ll smash into pieces. Accidents happen, and a good case helps you avoid that. Finally, being able to find Nintendo Switch Online cheap is always helpful if you’ll be playing online multiplayer. We’ve got bargains on all of the above.
For more Nintendo goodness, don’t miss our guide to the best Nintendo 2DS XL bundles.
Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu | £39.99 on Amazon (save over £5)
Getting Let's Go for less is always worthwhile - the re-imagining of Pokemon Yellow Version is a fantastic entry-point for newcomers and fans alike.View Deal
Super Mario Odyssey | £39 at AO.com (save 10)
It's not a huge saving, true, but a gem like Super Mario Odyssey has a habit of holding its price so we'll take anything we can get. If you've not tried the plumbers latest, we recommend doing so.View Deal
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe | £41 at AO.com (save around £3)
This deal is consistently cheaper than most other retailers we've found online, so if you wanted the popular kart racer Amazon's the place to get it. It's also fab, so you won't regret it.View Deal
Yoshi's Crafted World | £41.99 on Amazon (save £3)
It's not a huge saving, true, but we're always grateful for any reductions on Nintendo Switch games - they're notorious for holding their value.View Deal
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate + Mario Kart 8 Deluxe | £79.99 at Currys/PC World (save £4)
Want both games? You're saving around £3 by getting them together here. If you've already got Mario Kart, you can also buy the same deal with Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe instead.View Deal
SanDisk Ultra 128GB micro SD card | £20.99 at Amazon (save 41%)
The 128GB SD card will supercharge your Switch's storage space - there's enough here for loads of games.View Deal
Nintendo Switch Pro Controller | £54 on AO.com (save £5)
The Pro Controller is a traditional gaming handset that's very useful for games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Get some money off.View Deal
Nintendo Switch (Neon Blue/Neon Red) + Mario Kart 8 | £299 from eBay (save £10)
Save some cash with this bundle and one of its best games for under £300.View Deal
Nintendo Switch (either colour) + Super Mario Odyssey | £299 at Currys/PC World (save £18.99)
Get your hands on one of the Switch's best games and a console to play it on for less than £300.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 £25, 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 £18. 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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