Sunday, March 8, 2020

Walmart celebrates Mario Day with top Nintendo Switch deals and massive game sales

Get your Goomba-stomping boots ready and dust off your blue dungarees, Mario Day is on its way! To celebrate upcoming March 10th (aka Mar10 - get it?), Walmart are holding a massive Nintendo Switch deals event, offering sales on console bundles, games, and handy accessories to get you on your way to Mushroom Kingdom for less. 

Take advantage of these sweet Nintendo Switch deals while you can and save on the console itself as well as a range of cheap controllers and Mario games! Games include Super Mario Party, Super Mario Maker 2, and Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, and they're all down to just $39.99 in Walmart's Mario Day sale. Plus, you can add to the savings with PowerA's range of Nintendo Switch accessories, spanning retro-style controllers to sturdy carry cases with screen protectors included. 

But what about the main event? Well, you can also pick up this $269 Nintendo Switch and extra controller bundle, the only thing is this bundle is still showing as out of stock. That means you'll either have to keep checking back to see if any new consoles have come into the warehouse, or pick up a $299 Nintendo Switch from Walmart. Nintendo Switch bundles are in short supply in the US at the moment as retailers run in and out of stock faster than a golden mushroom so you might have to be quick to secure your saving today.

We're more than happy to be celebrating Mario Day with some excellent Nintendo Switch deals from Walmart, but you might have to be quick to pick up those high-value items. 

Nintendo Switch bundle deals

Nintendo Switch game deals

PowerA Nintendo Switch controller and case deals

Still looking to kit your Nintendo Switch out? Why not check out the latest Nintendo Switch deals, where we're also taking a look at the cheapest controller and Joy-Con prices around. Or, if you're looking for a more travel-oriented console, take a look at the cheapest Nintendo Switch Lite bundles out there. 


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