Black Friday 2019: The Best Nintendo Switch Game Deals

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It looks like Black Friday 2019 is going to be flawless for those looking for a new console, with a great deal on a Switch with Mario Kart 8.

There's isn't anything as impressive yet for the Xbox One, although Microsoft themselves have already advertised an Xbox One S deal for £200 that comes with three games and an exclusive Fortnite skin.

Meanwhile, the O2 SIM delivers a large 12GB of data, as well as unlimited texts and minutes, for just £29 per month. It will be the same Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Switch Bundle that was sold for Black Friday in 2018.

While the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite are the company's current focus, the older Nintendo 3DS handheld will continue to receive Nintendo's support into the next year. Oh, and delivery is free, too. Black Friday is always a reasonable period for bargains, but this is the last Christmas in which Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will be Microsoft and Sony's primary consoles.

There are a ridiculous number of special edition Nintendo 3DS consoles, each on styled after a different game such as Minecraft, Pokemon, or Animal Crossing. So expect it to be a popular item on many wishlists, along with other items we're adding to Geek.com's general Black Friday 2019 guide.

Includes Nintnedo Switch console [model HAC-001], battery life ranges from about 2.5 - 6.5 hours. Starting November 28, you'll be able to purchase this bundle for $299.99, which is the price of a Nintendo Switch system and a game for no extra cost.

We should also mention that this is the full-fledged Switch, not the recent Switch Lite.

Over 10 games such as Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, Need for Speed Heat, Gears 5 and Borderlands 3 will run you $35 each for select platforms.

The other promotions include $20 off a pair of Joy-Con controllers (Gray or Neon Red & Neon Blue), and the Poké Ball Plus accessory to use with the "Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu!" and "Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!" games for $19.99 ($30 off).

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