Amazon Prime Day ends tonight at 12:00 p.m. PT / 3:00 a.m.ET, which means you don’t have much more time to shop for the sales windfall. If you’re a Nintendo Switch owner, you’ll definitely want to check out the sale before it ends. There are still plenty of great Nintendo Switch Prime Day deals available, including the best Switch game deals. Normally expensive games like Pikmin 3 Deluxe and Paper Mario: The Origami King are $ 30 – the cheapest we’ve seen – and several other proprietary titles like Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Luigi’s Mansion 3, and Super Mario Odyssey are reduced to just under $ 40. On top of that, Amazon is slashing the prices of a ton of Nintendo Switch accessories during Prime Day, like carrying cases and controllers, so now is a good time to buy third-party accessories for even less. Even the first-party Switch Pro controller is on sale for $ 59.
We’re still tracking the best Prime Day deals on Switch games and more through Tuesday, so check out all the top deals below before they end tonight. And for other console deals, check out the best PS5 Prime Day deals and the best Xbox Prime Day deals as well as our Prime Day hub.
Prime Day Switch gaming offers
The best Nintendo Switch Prime Day game deals come on a selection of Nintendo Switch exclusives. Paper Mario: The Origami King and Pikmin 3 Deluxe are on sale for $ 30 each at Target. You can also buy a variety of Switch games for $ 40 on Amazon, including The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Super Mario Odyssey, and Luigi’s Mansion 3.
Nintendo Switch Prime Day offers
We haven’t seen any discounts on the Nintendo Switch console for Prime Day. Right now, you can buy a Switch Lite for its regular price of $ 200 and get a 128GB microSD card for free (the new color Blue Switch Lite is included in the promotion). The adorable Animal Crossing-themed Switch is available for $ 300 on Amazon. While the limited-edition console has been easier to find lately, it’s still sold out at most major retailers.
Prime Day Switch Controller Deals
There is no shortage of Nintendo Switch controllers. From proprietary options like Joy-Cons and the popular Pro Controller to third-party pads of all shapes and sizes, Nintendo Switch owners are spoiled for choice. Right now, you can save $ 10 on the Switch Pro or Joy-Cons controller, and there are some great deals on third-party controllers as well, including a huge discount on an Animal Crossing-themed PowerA controller and a good deal on the Hori Split Pad Pro.
Prime Day Switch Headset Deals
There are some great deals on Nintendo Switch headsets for Prime Day, including discounts on a pair of SteelSeries universal gaming headsets, several Razer headsets, and more.
MicroSD Prime Day Switch offers
The Nintendo Switch’s built-in 32GB storage quickly runs out, but microSD cards can fix this annoying problem. Fortunately, microSD cards are pretty inexpensive in general, even when looking at the high capacity options. Check out the best Prime Day microSD card deals below.
Prime Day Switch Online offers
Nintendo Switch Online typically costs $ 20 per year for an individual membership or $ 35 per year for a family membership. As an already relatively inexpensive subscription, it’s no surprise that membership discounts are quite rare. The best deal we’ve ever seen on individual subscriptions was $ 15 during Black Friday. There is still a good deal on family membership. You can get a 12-month subscription and a SanDisk 128GB microSD card for $ 35, down from $ 70, at Walmart.
Prime Day Switch Carrying Case Deals
A carrying case is an essential accessory for Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite owners. You don’t want to throw your Switch in an unprotected backpack. After all, the screen is plastic, and the console itself is prone to scratches. Fortunately, there is a seemingly endless selection of affordable Nintendo Switch carrying cases. Switch carrying cases come in all shapes and sizes as well as themes based on popular franchises. We’ve rounded up the best Prime Day Switch carrying case deals below.
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