Today's Best Nintendo Switch Deals
Thirty years after the release of a game-changing device, the Game Boy, Nintendo promptly took the world by storm with this exquisite, portable gaming console: the Nintendo Switch. So much so that, even after Nintendo doubled its production units, it still goes out of stock.
That's probably the reason we haven't seen a significant price drop since its launch. That doesn't mean you can't find a great deal now and then, but believe me, it takes time and a lot of patience. I've been there!
Fortunately, you're in the right place. Here you can find today's best deals on consoles, games, and accessories. I'm always considering adding more games (and probably some accessories too), so stay tuned.
If it's your first time, please click here (or scroll down) to a quick buying guide, where I share some tips, tricks, and general advice. If you're in a hurry, you can click on a deal and make a purchase, but there are some things that I'd like you to be aware of beforehand.
Quick buying guide
First of all, let me thank you for your visit.
Before clicking on a deal, be aware that when checking hundreds of prices every day, something may go wrong. Sometimes its a sudden price change on a store, a mistake when copying a value or, perhaps, a human error when listing a product (particularly on eBay items).
If you find any issues, feel free to share with the world on the comment section below, or you can email me with a tip. Of course, you can also share any deal that you've found elsewhere or anything else that may help other users out.
The prices that I'm displaying here are for reference only. The actual cost of an item may vary, including its shipping expenses. What it'll cost you is whatever is shown at the time you finish your checkout. Also, be aware that some sellers (mainly from China) won't be held responsible for any additional importation fees.
When purchasing a console or a game, please look for any info about region codes. Some items may be region free, while others may only work in a specific country, and some sellers do not accept returns.
Some items (mainly accessories) may be slightly different between stores, as it's very unlikely to find the exact same bundle with the same accessories on every store. Nevertheless, I did try my best when grouping them in the same box.
If you're considering purchasing something from eBay for the first time, you can check this article out, where I'm sharing some general advice about buying on eBay, and giving some cool tips too (like how to get things for free).
One good thing about eBay (that you already know if you just read the recommended article) is the plethora of ways you can purchase an item. The prices shown here are (of course) for brand new items, but you can find better deals if you buy them refurbished, thru an auction bid, or pre-owned. Some sellers also welcome you to make a (reasonable) offer, even on brand new items. Again, if you want to know more about it, check that article.
This isn't mandatory, but if you're from the States, always check every item by clicking on the "eBay US" button. It will show you the price in dollars and possibly include free shipping that you may be entitled to. Likewise, if you live in Europe, you should click on the "eBay EU" button.
When purchasing a console from the States to a European country, the price should include the shipping cost and import charges, but that's something you should always check.
When purchasing from Europe to another European country, the price shown here includes shipping costs that you may not need to pay if it's a same-country delivery.
Some US items are eligible for free local pickup. If you want them delivered at your doorstep, you'll have to pay an extra cost that isn't included in the displayed price.
As an affiliate, I earn a small fee from qualifying purchases. It doesn't affect any item's price, but it'll help me to maintain this page, and to consider adding other games or stores.
It would mean the world to me if you'd be willing to share these deals with your friends.