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Top 5 Trending Nintendo Switch Deals for September 2019
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In order to determine this list we look at three factors:
  1. Is the item discounted off of the original price and by how much?
  2. Has there been a recent price drop?
  3. What does the aggregate shopping behavior of Honey users tell us about the popularity of this product?
Using these data points, our custom algorithm dynamically updates the list.

There was a $10.00 price reduction, bringing the price down to $49.99, resulting in savings of 17%. There are also 17 promo codes for the retailer, Target, to help you find additional savings.

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Nintendo Switch Deals, Offers, and Tips

Bundle Your Console and Game Purchase If you don’t have a console yet, look for a bundle deal! Many huge games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Let’s Go Pikachu, and Super Mario Odyssey are paired with a new console. You will be able to purchase the game, the console, all the accessories you need, plus individualized art, with a nice discount of at least $10. Be sure to comparison shop across Nintendo, Walmart, Amazon, and Amazon as they periodically will bundle your console with a $35 eShop gift card towards the purchase of your first game.

Save Money when Buying Nintendo Switch GamesPhysical Copies If you already have a console, or just love those hard-to-find gems, consider buying a physical copy. You can buy used games at a discount, especially if they’ve been out for 6 - 12 months. You can also sell games that you’re finished with when you’re ready to save up for something new.

Digital Copies If you buy digital copies you are going to get some nice rewards in Nintendo’s eShop! It is now possible to pay for Switch games with My Nintendo Gold Points. Gold Points are earned while purchasing qualifying games or content through Nintendo’s eShop. They are worth 5% of the purchase price of a digital copy or 1% of the purchase price of a physical copy. Gold Points remain in your account from the day they are purchased until the last day of the month in the next calendar year. Also, G2A often sells eShop keys for about 10% off, while CDKeys sells individual games for up to 20% off!

How to Save on Memory Cards The Switch comes with 32 GB of internal storage. For scale, one of the best selling games for the Switch is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and that takes up 13.4GB on its own. Switch games all vary widely, and it’s just as easy to find a 1GB indie darling as it is to find a major release that needs some major storage. Most people are going to want more space. Fortunately, the Switch supports a range of memory cards from mircoSD (up to 2GB) , microSDHC (4GB-32GB), and microSDXC (32GB-2TB).

You don’t need to buy the Nintendo branded SD cards offered by SanDisk, but they are actually a great place to start! You do pay a few dollars premium for the branded SanDisk, but you can also rest assured you are getting an SD card that is approved for the Switch and also comes with the highest possible transfer rate. If you wanted to save by not purchasing one of the branded cards, I would still recommend the SanDisk cards in general. They currently offer the best value per dollar when compared to their direct competitors with most cards clocking in at $0.16/GB.
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