The free Switch Lite is delivered when picking Huawei P30 Lite mobile phone with SIM plan over at Mobiles.co.uk right now, with the whole package then delivered for free to your door. It gives a bigger-driven gaming machine that is by now getting picked up by a good deal of individuals.
As detailed in the table you see below, the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe bundle comes in at $299.99. Contract length is a standard 24 months, while the phone's upfront cost is an affordable £99.
While this isn't any lower than the standard retail price for the Nintendo Switch, the inclusion of Mario Kart 8 in the bundle makes it a particularly tantalizing pick, although it is the same one that was featured a year ago.
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There doesn't seem any reason to assume the United Kingdom will miss out though and since Black Friday isn't until 29 November there's plenty of time for it to make the trip across the Pond.
If you weren't aware, this new Switch model was pushed into stores in August and features an increased battery life but Nintendo didn't really advertise it too much as it didn't act as a replacement for the OG Switch model.
For Nintendo Switch, this could be a huge holiday because of the release of Pokemon Sword and Shield.
Along with this hardware bundle, Nintendo is knocking $20 off the price of several high-profile Switch games. The list includes "Super Mario Odyssey", "Super Mario Party", "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild", "Splatoon 2", "Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze", "Mario Tennis Aces", "Kirby Star Allies", "Octopath Traveler", and "Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus". It's possible to pick up a 3DS with a game for under £100 brand new, even cheaper if you look into pre-owned options.
Xbox One controllers will run you $39.99 instead of the usual $59.99.