Get $35 Nintendo eShop Credit When Buying Nintendo Switch On Amazon


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Looking for a free game add-on? The Nintendo Switch is still one of the hottest gaming consoles. Right now, you can pick up the Nintendo Switch and get $35 Nintendo eShop credit on Amazon for free.

Normally retailing for $334, this bundle includes free Nintendo eShop credit, so you can download popular titles like New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe and Super Smash Bros Ultimate, instead of waiting for a physical copy to be shipped to your doorstep. You can play online with other players around the world, as well as access older games from Nintendo’s catalog, including Street Fighter II, Mega Man 2, sonic the hedgehogand more.

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The Nintendo Switch is a powerful home console with a large library of games and it also doubles as a powerful handheld, so you can play those games on the go. The console itself sits in the included docking station for playing video games on a big screen TV with friends and family. However, once you remove the Switch from the dock, the console becomes a portable handheld without sacrificing graphics, audio, or gaming quality when mobile.

It comes with left and right Joy-Con controllers with neon blue and neon red straps, the Switch dock, Joy-Con grip, HDMI cable, and power adapter. Not bad for under $300.

But don’t just take our word for it. Amazon customer Arjun S. Kahlon writes:

“I’m primarily a PC gamer, but I love buying Nintendo consoles/handhelds because I love their exclusives. This Switch is Nintendo’s best device since the N64. It really helps when one of its titles launch is one of the best games ever. done. I use my Switch every day. I commute by train, so this was perfect for me. There has never been a computer from handheld as good. Breath of the Wild is breathtaking. Transitioning to and from docked mode is seamless. Battery life is also pretty decent.”

Credit: Nintendo

Timothy C. Mayo