Nintendo Switch package deals: the best offers at the moment including Animal Crossing bundles

Nintendo Switch package deals

Nintendo Switch package deals are a great way to save money on the popular console and games.

The price of the standalone Switch console is around £329 and the Switch Lite starts at £199, so when you add games to that it’ll set you back a hefty amount.

In 2020 gamers were quick to snap up the Nintendo Switch and handheld Switch Lite version following the release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

If you didn’t jump on the bandwagon at the time, or you struggled to get your hands on a console, then you might want to make the most of some latest Nintendo Switch bundle deals.

On Currys PC World you can currently get the turquoise Switch Lite bundle with Animal Crossing: New Horizons for £199, a saving of £20.

Typically the standalone handheld console will set you back £199 on the likes of Amazon and Currys PC World so you’re basically getting the game for free.

Other bundle deals on the handheld version include the grey Switch Lite with Minecraft Dungeons for £199 or with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for £219.99.

The Nintendo Switch console bundle with Animal Crossing and Minecraft.

The Nintendo Switch console bundle with Animal Crossing and Minecraft.

If you’d prefer the console edition to the handheld version then you can get the Nintendo Switch with Super Smash Bros Ultimate and a £15 gift card for the eShop for £329, which is a saving of £12.99.

There’s also the Nintendo Switch console with Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Minecraft for £329, a lesser saving of £9.98.

Nintendo recently announced the release of a blue Switch Lite which will join the coral, turquoise, grey and yellow handheld consoles.

It’s being launched on 7 May in Europe and 27 May in the US and is available to pre-order on Amazon for £199.99.

The console release is being accompanied by a number of game releases this spring with New Pokémon Snap on 30 April and Miitopia on 21 May.

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