We've seen tons of Nintendo Switch deals over Black Friday, the good times are set to keep rolling into Cyber Monday too. From the standard Switch to the Lite to (occasionally) the brand new OLED model, every Switch console has had a look-in, and we're sharing every deal we can find right here.
If it's the OLED model you're after, be warned – these deals are few and far between. In the US it's particularly difficult to get hold of one, although a few flash deals have popped up over the last 48 hours, and we'll be the first to share any more that do. Things are faring a little better in the UK, with plenty of bundle deals available on every Switch model.
To keep up with the deals, scroll down and check out the live feed – and you'll find the highlights just below. And if you're looking for more Black Friday deals, see our Apple Black Friday hub page.
Nintendo Switch Cyber Monday deals: US
- Amazon: Save up to 50% on selected digital games and $20 on the Pro Controller
- GameStop: Switch OLED currently sold out, but save up to $46 on great games
- Newegg: Nintendo Switch OLED still in stock (price inflated to $559)
- Nintendo: Switch consoles out of stock; but games & accessories are still in stock
- Target: Switch consoles now out of stock, but discounts on games and accessories
- Walmart: Nintendo Switch OLED in stock (price inflated to $500)
Nintendo Switch Cyber Monday deals: UK
- eBay: Get a Nintendo Switch for £239.99
- Amazon: Get a Switch, Joy-Cons and Just Dance for £273.99
- Currys: Save £18 on a Nintendo Switch OLED bundle
- Ebuyer: Savings across the Nintendo Switch console and game range
- Game: Lots of great Nintendo Switch bundle offers and get a free £5 voucher
- Nintendo: Save on consoles and accessories
- Very: Nintendo Switch OLED with Mario Kart 8 for £339.98
- Virgin: Get a free Switch with an Oppo Find X3 Lite phone contract
- Zavvi: Get 10% off the Switch Lite with the code CYBERMONDAY10.
- MobilePhonesDirect: Free Nintendo Switch with various smartphone bundles
We're now well in to Cyber Monday, and as it draws to a close for another year, the Nintendo Switch deals are very few and far between. For those of you in the US, pretty much every major retailer is now out of stock, and the stock any of them do have seems massively inflated.
Walmart has a selection of consoles available, but at the time of writing, most of them are priced way above the recommended retail price. Amazon also has a few special edition consoles, but, again, they are well over the regular asking price.
Sorry guys, we wish it was better news. We're tracking all the deals constantly so if and when stock appears, you'll be the first to know.
Having spent the last four days looking for the best Nintendo Switch deals, it feels like we're getting down to the last of the stock at many retailers, with good deals now harder and harder to come across. But there's still some excellent savings to be had on Switch accessories, like $20 off this Pro controller, now just $49.99 at Nintendo. There's also free shipping on any order over $20 right now, so you won't pay any extra for postage.
Amazon is currently offering money off plenty of Switch games, including two of the original and best. Super Mario Odyssey is $18 off, while Zelda: Breath of the Wild is $20 off. Now go forth and discover two of the best games ever made!
If, like seemingly everyone else in the world, you're trying to get hold of a Switch OLED, options are getting seriously limited now. In the US you're pretty much out of luck, while those in the UK are generally having to make do with pricey bundles. but It looks like Argos still has stock of the standalone Switch OLED at £309 for collection in some stores. Simply enter your postcode to find out if there's one near you!
Fancy saving a whole £0.63 on a Switch Lite? Well, now you can! The Switch Lite is available in fetching Coral Pink at Amazon for £198.96 - which isn't a huge deal by any stretch of the imagination. But the pink Switch has been hard to get hold of since it dropped this April – so perhaps getting it for 63p off isn't such a bad deal after all.
While it's nigh on impossible to find a Switch OLED in the States, things are better in the UK. Very is currently offering the Nintendo Switch OLED with Metroid Dread for £339.98, a saving of £20. The new Metroid game has received rave reviews, so this is a belter of a deal.
And over in the UK, there've been tons of deals to enjoy – including a fair few offers on the elusive Switch OLED model. Here are some of the best deals still running:
Well, once again it's been a manic day of Switch deals in the US, with a few surprises (basically any Switch OLED deal), so here's a roundup of the best deals still available:
Fancy a side of smartphone with your Switch? MobilePhonesDirect is offering a FREE Switch with various smartphone bundles, including the iPhone 11, 12 and 12 mini. Plenty of these deals are available for nothing up front, with monthly costs starting at £34. If you're in the market for both a phone and a Switch, this is pretty incredible value.
The trials and tribulations of getting hold of an OLED Switch might be hogging the limelight, but don't forget about the Switch Lite. The diminutive device is great for gamers on the go, and you can currently get 10% off at Zavvi with the code CYBERMONDAY10, bringing it down from £199 to £179.
In the UK, eBay is still the place to find perhaps the cheapest Nintendo Switch deal around. You can currently bag the 'improved battery' version of the standard Switch for £239.99 – a saving of £60.
So it's come to this. We're normally loath to share inflated prices, but it's that impossible to get hold of a Switch OLED in the US that your only option is to pay over the odds. Right now, you can get a Nintendo Switch OLED for $505 at Walmart. If anything better comes along, we'll let you know stat – but this could well be the best "deal" you're going to get any time soon.
And it's gone. The Nintendo Switch OLED deal at GameStop is now completely sold out in both colours. That means the OLED Switch is once again nigh on impossible to get hold of in the US – but if any surprise deals (like this one) do pop up again, we'll let you know straight away.
That GameStop Nintendo Switch OLED deal is still live! It can't have long left – we haven't seen a US deal last more than a few minutes. This could be your last chance to snap up an OLED Switch...
American friends: this is not a drill! The Nintendo Switch OLED is currently back in stock at GameStop, in a bundle with Pokemon Diamond, headphones and a carrying case. It's $436.96, and while the white model is already sold out, the neon version is still there. Go!
Good news for those of you in the UK - Game are selling the Switch OLED and Super Mario - The Origami King for just £319.99. Considering that the Switch OLED is normally £309.99, it means that you get a Mario title for just a tenner – what a bargain!
We love this bargain on the Nintendo Store. You can get the Nintendo Switch Console in Neon, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and a 3-month online membership for just £259.99. Considering the standard retail price of the Neon Switch console is £259.99, we think this deal is pretty amazing. You're essentially getting a 3-month membership and one of Nintendo's biggest titles completely free.
We have found a limited-edition Animal Crossing: New Horizons Switch bundle in the US (finally). You can get the limited edition console, and a load of great accessories, including a travel case and skins for your device. It is $499.99 but considering that some Switch consoles in the US are so sparse and so expensive, this is actually a good deal. The limited-edition console sold out like hot cakes last spring when it was first released, with people reselling for over $450, so we think this is fairly reasonable.
You can currently save £31 on this Switch bundle on Amazon. You can get the Nintendo Switch console in Neon and the Nintendo Switch Faceoff Deluxe+ controller in camo red for just £272.99. Hurry though, as the deal ends in 12 hours.
The Switch consoles in the US are still so expensive, we are wondering if it would actually be cheaper for you to ask a UK-located friend to post one to you.
The Nintendo Switch console stock is still pretty sparse in the US. However, both NewEgg and Walmart still have some consoles on their shelves. We won't lie, they're pretty pricey, but it's a miracle that they have any stock at all, so if we were you, we would take full advantage.
So now you've got your Switch consoles, it's time to start hunting for games and accessories, right? Over on the Nintendo Store, there is up to 40% off a load of gaming accessories, from the Joy-Con steering wheel for £7.79 (Mario-themed, of course) to Micro SD cards (starting at £26.49 for a 128 GB card) to give your console the extra storage it needs to support your new games. If you are searching for some new games for your Switch, then have a look at Amazon's Cyber Monday deals, as you can currently get up to 55% off selected titles, including Just Dance 2022
We have just found a bargain bundle on Very for all you UK gamers. You can now get a Nintendo Switch Console in neon, with both Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Super Mario 3D games for just £289.97, saving you £50.
It's still not looking great for the US console-wise, but Amazon has just knocked 50% off a load of digital games for the Switch. Super Mario Bros U Deluxe and Kirby Star Allies is now just $35, and Super Mario Oddysey and Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity are both now just $41.99.
If you spend over £50 on Game, you can claim a free £5 voucher. Now that might not seem like a lot if you're spending over £200 on a Switch console, but Game has a huge range of reasonably priced Switch games starting at £7.99, meaning that with your voucher you could save well over half the price.
We have woken up here in the UK to see that the Nintendo store in the US has no consoles in stock and currently no deals on any of the games. We have a feeling this might be to do with the fact that we are transitioning into Cyber Monday, and deals will start pouring in over the next few hours.
Meanwhile, in the UK, there are still plenty of savings to be made across a range of stores. Our favourite deals this morning include the Nintendo Switch + Just Dance 2022 for £273.99 on Amazon, and the Switch OLED bundle on Currys that includes the Nintendo Switch OLED console, a 256GB micro SD card and the Animal Crossing: New Horizons game for just £369, saving you £18.
The Switch Pro Controller is the best controller for the Nintendo Switch bar none, featuring hand grips and an ergonomic design for fun and comfy gameplay. In the US, GameStop has the Pro Controller for just $49.99, or $44.99 pre-owned. Meanwhile, the best UK deal can be found at Amazon, which has cut the price from £55.99 to just £49.99.
The best UK price for the Switch Lite is at Amazon, but be warned: there's now just one Switch Lite in Turquoise left in stock at Amazon UK, costing £197.99. There's more stock in other colours, and the price only goes up a couple of pence (the Coral version, for instance, is £198.36). But if you really, really want your Switch Lite to be turquoise, best get a move on.
At GameStop in the US, many of our fave Nintendo Switch games are getting big discounts right now. Here's our top three deals. Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 and 2 has been halved in price from $39.99 to $19.99. Then there's Mario Plus Rabbids Kingdom Battle, down from $59.99 to just $13.99: a massive saving of $46. Finally, Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborhood: Complete Edition has tumbled from $39.99 to a paltry $13.99.
Looking for a good UK deal on a Nintendo Switch Lite? The best price we can find right now is £192.99 at Amazon in the UK for the Mini Grise version. We've seen Amazon run out of stock with this model in the last 24 hours though, and so they've clearly restocked, we're not sure how long this new lot of stock will last.
It doesn't matter whether you ask games journalists, your gaming friends, or actual games designers: everyone agrees. One of the best, if not the best games on Nintendo Switch is Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. So Cyber Monday is a great title to get up to speed, and discover what you've been missing. This top title is currently discounted from $41 to just $35 at Walmart, and in the UK, Very has knocked £3 off the price, bringing it down from £47.99 to £44.99.
Earlier, we said the best price we could find on a Nintendo Switch OLED in the US was $554.95 at Newegg. Well, saints be praised: the OLED is now back in stock at Walmart! The best "deal" there is $506 for the Nintendo Switch OLED + White Joy Con. Not the cheapest price in the world, then, but given the global supply issues, let's just be thankful any Stateside retailer has a Switch OLED at all. By the same token, it may not remain in stock for long!
The best UK price for a new Nintendo Switch right now is on eBay for £240: that's £60 off the standard price. That said, if you're willing to compromise on a refurbished model, you can bring the cost down even lower than that. Amazon Warehouse sells items that have been returned by dissatisfied customers, and from now until midnight at the end of Cyber Monday, they're offering an extra 20% off. That means that the cheapest refurbished Nintendo Switch, currently listed at £273.42, will only cost you £218.74 by our maths. Not a huge saving on the price of a new model, but a saving nonetheless.
So here's the bad news. Thus far, Cyber Monday discounts are few and far between on the Nintendo Switch OLED. Not surprising really, in that global supply issues mean most retailers literally don't have any to sell. Those that do are selling them above cost-price in the US, with the best price we can find being $554.95 at Newegg. In the UK, meanwhile, the cheapest we can find an OLED alone is £309.99 at Argos, but there are savings to be had with bundles. For example, Curry's has an OLED + Animal Crossing: New Horizons + SanDisk 256 GB Memory Card bundle for £369, saving you £18 overall.
If you take your Nintendo Switch from place to place a lot, you sure don't want to risk damaging it. We love the Orzly Carry Case, which has a hard yellow shell and fits the Switch and Joy-Cons, along with a separate inner pocket for other bits and pieces. On Amazon it's just come down in price from $19.99 to $16.87 in the US and from £19.99 to just £13.67 in the UK.
While we're waiting for more Nintendo Switch Cyber Monday discounts to come online (We remain optimistic. Oh yes), it's worth noting that we're also running three other live blogs to keep you updated on the latest tech bargains elsewhere. Be the first to see the latest deals by checking out our MacBook Cyber Monday deals live blog, as well as our iPad Cyber Monday deals live blog, and not forgetting our Apple Watch Cyber Monday deals live blog. Bargains are coming, but typically deals don't last long, so it's worth checking back often!
Want a gaming headset for your Nintendo Switch? You won't find finer than the Razer Barracuda X, an outstanding wireless headset with microphone. It offers superb audio performance, and will also work with your PC, Android phone and PlayStation (although not the XBox or iPhone). And its normally high price has dropped dramatically in the States, from $99.99 to a very reasonable $69.99.
In case you didn't know, the Nintendo Switch is quite light on storage, coming with just 32GB. You can expand that by adding a microSD card, though, just like you'd use in your phone. The 128GB SanDisk Ultra is a great choice, its 120mb/s read speed will ensure games run as smoothly as possible. And Amazon has a great deal right now, knocking the price down from $25 to $16. That said, if 128GB isn't enough this SanDisk 400GB memory card now costs just $35 (saving you $10) in the US, and £32.99 in the UK, a massive £44 discount on the standard price.
Mario fans are enjoying a good run-up to Cyber Monday, on both sides of the Atlantic. Super Mario Odyssey has dropped from $59.99 to $37.99 at Best Buy and from £39.99 to £36.99 at Curry's. Meanwhile, Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle has tumbled from $59.99 to just $14.99 at Best Buy, while Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit: Mario has fallen in price from £89.99 to £79.99 at Very.
The best UK price for the standard Nintendo Switch right now remains eBay. And let's be very clear: we're not talking about a second-hand or refurbished Nintendo Switch. We're talking a brand spanking-new Nintendo Switch, for just £239.99, which saves you £60 on the standard price. Right now, no one else can beat that, although if that changes, we'll tell you right away.
After spending the last hour looking for Switch deals in the US, we're sorry to say we've not had any luck just yet. Most retailers are currently saying out of stock or they have the consoles for way more than you want to be paying. But as soon as some come up, rest assured, we'll let you know.
Availability in the UK is much better, with one of the best deals being this Switch and Just Dance bundle for £273.99 at Amazon – that's a saving of £55.99. If you're interested, don't delay. Switch stock is selling out super fast right now.
OLED news just in!
If you're in the UK and wanting to bag a new Nintendo Switch OLED console, Argos has some in stock right now – but they are selling fast!
Available in white and Neon blue and red, there's no deal on them, you're simply paying the retail price. But with the OLED it's all about actually being able to get one, rather than getting money off.
Some UK Nintendo Switch OLED news: the best way to get a discount on the OLED Switch right now is to go for a bundle. Curry's is currently offering £17.98 off a range of bundles including different games (Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, New Horizons), dropping the price to £369.
And, as we type, the Animal Crossing bundle deal has run out. Probably be a good idea to act fast on this one...
Time for an update: we're continuing to scour the internet for the best Nintendo Switch deals, to varying success.
Right now, the best saving on the Nintendo Switch in the US is when you buy this Nintendo Switch bundle, which includes Joy-Con, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for $299.
In the UK, you can currently get the Nintendo Switch and Joy-Con for £239.99, shaving off £60!
It's a different matter for the OLED Switch. We're seeing little to report on these, but will do as soon as a good deal drops. Watch this space...
We are sorry to say that the deal we literally just found and posted below has now sold out! 😭
Nintendo Switch stock alert! There is currently stock available on a Nintendo Switch with Neon Joy-Cons at Target. It costs $299.99 and you can get it delivered right to your door. We have no idea how long this will last as everything else is sold out. So good luck!
We can't stop following the fate of the Turquoise Switch Lite over at Amazon. There were only five left in stock for about 10 hours, then we blogged about it and it went down to three, then one, and now it's.... 'in stock'.
We don't get it. But yay! More Switch Lites for everyone in the UK! Also it seems to have gone up in price by two whole pounds. And there still aren't any yellow ones available.
Are you looking for deals in the States? Well... so are we. It's really quite slim pickings out there, with so much of what we're seeing having the tell-tale grey 'sold out' badge next to it (who decided that grey was the colour of 'sold out' by the way?).
We're crossing our fingers that Cyber Monday will bring us more stock, and therefore more joy. In the meantime, it's worth having a look at Switch games, which are on sale in various places. GameStop has some pretty decent offers, with discounts on lots of different games. The biggest bargains to be had are on the likes of Plants vs Zombies (just $13.99, down from $39.99) and Sonic Colours, now just $19.98. There are also some deals on pre-owned games if you don't feel the need to have shiny new games.
If you're in the UK and want to get your hands on a Switch Lite, then Amazon has some stock for you. There's just one left in Turquoise, for £197.99 and more colours are available for a couple of quid more (apart from yellow, sorry yellow fans).
In the UK, one of our favourite bundles is still going strong. Amazon is offering the Nintendo Switch, Joy-Cons (Neon flavour) and Just Dance (don't pretend you won't enjoy it), for just £273.99 – down from £329.98. This saves you £35.99 compared to buying these separately, and £55.99 compared to what it cost before this joyous shopping event began. This is the lowest price ever for this bundle, so well worth it from where we're standing (sitting).
Cyber Monday is very nearly here, but we're still not seeing any deals on the OLED surface in the States. The best price we can see at the moment is from Newegg, and it's still...well...it's still not cheap.
If you're happy with the white Joy-Cons, you can get them with a Switch OLED for $518.95 (bear in mind that the Nintendo Store had this same offering at $349.99 before it sold out). And if you want the Neon Joy-Cons then the cost is even more at $554.95.
If you really, really want one and don't mind spending extra, then go for it. If not, then keep checking back, as we'll be posting any better deals here if they ever do arrive (please say they will).
While America is suffering a drought of Nintendo Switch OLED deals (see previous post, below), the UK is feeling rather smug right now. Not only are there plenty of retailers offering the shiny new console, there are plenty of offers on it too; albeit bundle deals rather than straightforward money-off. Curry's has the biggest range of deals, so it's a great place to head whether you want your OLED bundled with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and an SanDisk 256GB Memory Card (for £369, saving you £17.98) or with Animal Crossing: New Horizons and a 256GB memory card for the same price and savings.
If you're in the States, you may be wondering where we've hidden all the Nintendo Switch OLED deals. Well, there's no easy way to put this, but unfortunately there aren't any... not yet, anyway. The best US deal we've seen this weekend has been from Newegg, which knocked a tiny $10 off the console, bringing it down to £529.95. That discount has since evaporated and Newegg now has the OLED at £544.95. But that said, most others have run out of stock entirely. Clearly, should things change and Cyber Monday deals arise on the Nintendo Switch OLED, we'll of course let you know immediately. But at this stage, we're afraid, it's not looking good…
There are so many great discounts for Nintendo Switch games at GameStop in the US right now, you can't possibly fail to find something to reinvigorate your collection. What about Mario Plus Rabbids Kingdom Battle, down from $59.99 to just $13.99, saving you a huge $46? Or the The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt: slashed from $59.99 to $39.99, saving you a cool $20?
Want a Nintendo Switch without paying for it (at least, not directly)? Well, if you need a new phone and live in the UK, then you do have one option. Buy an Oppo Find X3 Lite 5G phone contract through Virgin Mobile and you get a free Nintendo Switch as part of the deal, saving you £108 overall. In case you've not heard of it, you can read about the Oppo Find X3 Pro in our best camera phone roundup. (Or just take it from us that's it's a pretty decent phone.)
When it comes to Nintendo Switch accessories, the Joy Cons are okay, but they aren't exactly the most comfortable or easy-to-use accessories. You'll get a better experience from the Switch Pro Controller which along with motion controls, HD rumble and built-in amiibo functionality, also offers hand grips and an ergonomic design. And right now at Walmart, you can get 25% off the Switch Pro Controller, bringing the price down to $52.55. Meanwhile, if you're in the UK, Amazon has reduced the Pro Controller from £55.99 to just £49.99.
Here's another great UK bundle you might have missed during the blizzard of offers we've experienced today. Very still has a deal that brings together a Nintendo Switch, Mario Kart, three months of online access, and Minecraft, for just £269.99. That's a whole lot of stuff for not much money. Given the speed that Nintendo Switch bundles are selling out right now, this one probably won't be around for much longer.
As we mentioned earlier, the cheapest UK price we can find for a Nintendo Switch Lite right now is £198.36 for the Coral version on Amazon. But hey: look what we just spotted on Game.co.uk. For just 63p more, ie £199.99, you can get a bundle of a Switch Lite and an official Nintendo Mario Beanie. It's the perfect way to both advertise your love of both Nintendo and stay warm this winter, for literally a handful of change. (If you already have the console and just want the hat, it'll cost you £4.99).
You'd normally expect Cyber Monday deals on older games, but it's quite rare to get them on new titles. Here's a welcome exception. Metroid Dream for Nintendo Switch was only released last month, but this weekend we've seen big price drops on this action adventure title following galactic bounty hunter Samus Aran, on both sides of the Atlantic. In the US, has reduced Metroid Dream from $59 to $49, while in the UK, Very has slashed it from £49.99 to just £36.99, a saving of £13.
In the UK and looking to save big on a Nintendo Switch bundle? The best we know of that's still available comes from Amazon: it brings together a Nintendo Switch, Joy-Cons and Just Dance 2022 for £272.99. That's £35.99 less than it would cost to buy everything separately. If that works for you, then don't hang around, as this deal will only be around for maximum of two days (and may, of course, sell out before that anyway).
America might not be getting the best deals on Nintendo Switch consoles this Cyber Monday weekend, but if you're looking for Nintendo Switch games, there are bargains galore. The biggest discounts are to be found at GameStop, where the offers include Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild at just $35 (a $24.99 saving), Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for $49.94, reduced from $59.99 and a $25 saving on Just Dance 2022, which is now just $24.99. There are plenty more titles at deeply reduced prices, so visit GameStop and see what you need to complete your collection.
We haven't seen much in the way of deals for the Nintendo Switch Lite this Black Friday, especially not in the US. Maybe Cyber Monday will pull a rabbit out of the hat, but so far, shortages in supply means that even Switch Lites at the standard price of $199, such as those we saw at Adorama, have sold out fast, and most remain stubbornly more expensive. Things are better in the UK on this score, with availability much wider, and even some small discounts appearing. The Coral version of the Nintendo Switch Lite has been reduced from £209.99 to £198.36 on Amazon, and the Turquoise version is a few pence cheaper still at £197.99.
The new Nintendo Switch OLED is pretty hard to come by right now, due to problems in the global supply chain. So for retailers even to be selling them in the UK is a minor miracle, let alone offering deals. The best deal is at Curry's, where you can save £18 on a bundle including a Nintendo Switch OLED, Mario Kart Deluxe 8 and a 256GB memory card, which will cost you £369 in total. Runner-up is Very's offer of a Nintendo Switch OLED plus Mario Kart 8 for £339.98, saving you £10. Admittedly, these are not big discounts, but as they're one of the few ways to actually get a Switch OLED at the moment, any saving is to be welcomed in our books.
Welcome to our live blog. We're going to keep updating this page to bring you the very latest news on Nintendo Switch deals, discounts and restocks as they arrive, in the runup to Cyber Monday on Monday 29 November. We'll start by reminding you of the best prices for a new Nintendo Switch right now, on both sides of the Atlantic. The best deal for UK readers is from Shopto on eBay, where you can get a Switch for £240: that's £60 off the standard price. In the States, there aren't any real discounts on the Nintendo Switch alone, but there are a lot of bundles that can save you money overall. Our favourite right now is at Walmart, where you can get a Switch console, Joy-Cons and Mario Kart 8, all for $299.
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