Argos is offering a £50 discount on a Nintendo Switch console combo in time for Black Friday.
Argos has slashed the price of a Nintendo Switch bundle worth over £300 ahead of Black Friday, allowing shoppers to get their hands on it in time for Christmas.
Even though Black Friday isn’t until a few days from now (November 26), shops are already offering all of the extra special bargains.
If you’re looking to buy a Nintendo Switch console, perhaps as a Christmas present for a gamer in your life, we’ve found a great bundle bargain at Argos.
Right now, the retailer is offering the Nintendo Switch, together with a game and three months of Nintendo Switch Online, for only £259.99.
The Nintendo Switch system alone costs £260 in normal circumstances.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the game included in the bundle, which normally costs £40. The Nintendo Switch Online subscription is £7 for three months, therefore the package is worth £307, but you can get it for £259.99.
The Nintendo Switch dominated Black Friday and Christmas searches last year, with several retailers having to replenish often throughout the year.
The highly anticipated release of the new Nintendo Switch OLED has sparked a substantial increase in demand for the systems.
As Christmas approaches, Argos’ £47 discount on the Nintendo Switch Deluxe Bundle is guaranteed to fly off the shelves as buyers look for a last-minute gift.
We found another bargain on Argos that includes the Nintendo Switch Mario Kart game, 3 months of Argos membership, and Stealth Switch accessories as well as the Minecraft Nintendo Switch game.
This gaming bundle costs £279.99, saving you £12.97 over purchasing each device separately.
With its multi-functional ways of playing and abundance of interactive games to pick from, the Nintendo Switch is the perfect gaming gadget.
The things can be delivered to your home, but you can also click and collect at your local store. Use our shop finder tool to find the Argos branch closest to you.
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