Nintendo Officially Reveals Its Black Friday 2018 Bundle Deals

Donna Miller
November 14, 2018

Each day brings us closer to this year's Black Friday, the busiest shopping day of the year, and companies are getting a jump start by announcing deals ahead of time. Some retailers discounted Switch games for Black Friday, but the console largely stayed the same price, due to the fact that it was still relatively new and selling well. To show off their bargains, Nintendo released a video starring Luigi as well as GandaKris, a talented Amiibo modder who Nintendo hired as an Ambassador.

The Nintendo Switch is on offer with a digital copy of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for $299.99. Only Super Mario Odyssey has seen more sales, at 12.17 million units.

The second bundle is a yellow-and-red Nintendo 2DS system with the Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS game (a $40 value) pre-installed at a suggested retail price of $79.99.

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In the year since its launch, there has been no shortage of wonderful games coming, from huge first-party games like Mario and Splatoon to indie darlings like Owlboy and Celeste.

Nintendo is gearing up for Black Friday 2018 with a pair of hardware bundles to help deliver cheer this holiday season. Using a variety of different items, obstacles, and enemies from the Super Mario games, you can use intuitive touch controls and interactive tutorials to play and create a near-infinite amount of courses.

If you do opt to pick up the Switch bundle, you can accessorize it with a set of two white Joy-Con Wheels for $14.99. Some outlets, including Target, Best Buy, and Walmart have already revealed some of these sales, but we now have a more complete idea of what to expect.

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