Cyber Monday 2022 is live, and if you haven’t caught your Nintendo Switch Black Friday deal, time is running out. This year’s Black Friday deal from Nintendo is in the Mario Kart 8 bundle once again. Nintendo Black Friday deals are winding down, but the console deal is still live and available everywhere online, at least for now. This is basically perfect if you’re looking for a Nintendo Switch to give as a gift this year, for a lot of reasons.
Nintendo Switch Cyber Monday bundle deal
Are there any Nintendo Cyber Monday gift card deals?
in fact yes. You can get a $20 eShop Card for $18.50 or a $5 Nintendo eShop Card for $4.50. Not the biggest savings around, but it’s 10% and there’s no limit to the number of $5 cards you can buy. I’m just saying.
What’s in the Nintendo Switch Cyber Monday Deal?
Nintendo famously offers a variety of this bundle every Black Friday but this is the first time they’ve been going Cyber Monday. Here’s what the 2022 Nintendo Switch bundle gets you:
- HAC-001 (01) Nintendo Switch console model with neon red and blue Joy-con
- Download the code for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
- A Nintendo Switch Online 3-month membership code
It’s a pretty good deal considering you get a game and an NSO membership for the regular Nintendo Switch price. The Nintendo Switch is the latest model, which means it has 4.5-9 hours of battery life compared to the original version, which had 3-5 hours. This isn’t an OLED style Switch, but it’s still a Switch, and everyone loves the Switch!
How to get Mario Kart 8 Deluxe New Tracks
With a 3-month subscription to Nintendo Switch Online, you get access to online play and a selection of Super NES and NES games as part of the subscription. However, if you want to access the new Mario Kart 8 tracks, you will need to upgrade to NSO Expansion Subscription. This tier lets you enjoy additional Mario Kart 8 tracks, Animal Crossing DLC, Splatoon 2 Octo Expansion, as well as access to select Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis games.
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