Amazon Prime Day 2020 has arrived, and it has brought some decent Nintendo Switch deals with it. To help you get straight to the best deals available, we’ve sorted through everything for you already.
To get any of these deals you’ll need an Amazon Prime membership, so don’t forget to sign up beforehand. Your first 30-days with them is a free and you’re able to get those sweet Prime Day deals, so take advantage of that while you can.
The discounts are applied to whatever Amazon's current listed price is and they get added in during checkout, so don't stress if they aren't showing up initially.
Update 14/10: This story has been updated to include additional deals and new information.
Prime Day Nintendo Switch Game Deals
During Prime Day 2020, Amazon are offering a further 25% off their current price on a range of Pokémon games. The list of titles includes:
- Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! - Nintendo Switch – $49 (was $79.95)
- Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! - Nintendo Switch – $49 (was $79.95)
- Pokemon Sword - Nintendo Switch – $47 (was $79.95)
- Pokemon Shield - Nintendo Switch – $47 (was $79.95)
- Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX – $49 (was $79.95)
If Pokémon isn't your thing, you can also grab a further 15% off Amazon's current price on a few other Switch titles. The list of titles includes:
- Assassins Creed 3 Remastered – $26.10 (was $29)
- Lego DC Supervillains – $33.15 (was $89.95)
- Lego Marvel Superheroes 2 – $33.15 (was $49.95)
- Darksiders Genesis – $35.64 (was $41.93)
- Lego Jurassic World – $40.72 (was $59.95)
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – $58.63 (was $79.95)
- Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus – $42.46 (was $49.95)
- Assassins Creed: The Rebel Edition – $33.15 (was $79.95)
Other Prime Day Nintendo Switch Deals
If you already own a Switch and are good for games, there are few deals on peripherals and compatible headsets available.
- Nintendo Switch Carry Case and Screen Protector (15% off current price)
- Corsair Virtuoso headset (20% off current price)
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