Nintendo has offered bundles and discounts on the Switch game console and five Mario games ̵
From March 10-16, select games that include Mario 50% discount ($ 30 discount) when buying with a bundled Switch. The bundles cost $ 330 and remain available from Best Buy, Walmart and Target. (GameStop and Amazon no longer seem to have stock.)
The same five Mario games are discounted by $ 20 (33 percent). The current titles are:
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Change Package Packages: Change Console + Mario Games for $ 330
As mentioned above, several major retailers still offer the bundle, but the details have changed since Sunday. Right now, Best Buy seems to have the best option, followed by Walmart.
Best Buy has a guided page that lets you choose which Switch color you want (gray or blue / red) and which game you want to add. But here's the kicker: Best Buy seems to be the only dealer that also lets you select Switch bundled with a $ 35 Nintendo eShop credit also . So, you get Switch, a half price Mario game and $ 35 to spend on any Switch digital game at a later time.
See Switchbunt at Best Buy
Walmart also has a special page that lets you choose which switch color you want and which game you want to add. While Walmart does not offer the $ 35 eShop credit, it throws in some Nintendo pins and – for better or worse – a Paw Patrol bag.
See Switchbunt at Walmart
Goals are a bit more self service, but it works: Just add the switch console and one of the games above to your shopping cart. When you prepare for the checkout, you see the discount applied to the game to get the whole order $ 330. (There seems to be no eShop credit or any extras.)
See Switch deals at Target
However, Amazon is a mess. It also has the products on a single page, but you need to add the console to your shopping cart, back up and add a game. But, from Wednesday, we did not get a discount in the cart, even though it had worked earlier this week. Bottom line: This deal seems to be dead on Amazon.
Discounted Mario Mario titles are "sold out"
When Mario Day sales started on Sunday, many of the same dealers above the digital versions of the five Mario games for sale had $ 40, of $ 20 off . However, it seems that most retailers only had a limited number of digital codes available before they "sold out" of them. As far as we can tell, they are gone from Amazon, Walmart, Target and Best Buy.
This story was originally published on March 9 and was extensively updated with related links when sales began. Sales prices and availability verified Saturday March 16 at 9:34 pm PT.