How to save money at Nintendo Official UK Store this Black Friday
Save up to 50% on games and merchandise from Nintendo on Black Friday
Are you thinking of purchasing the much-loved Nintendo Switch? Nintendo is making it easy to join in on the gaming fun during Black Friday with discounted Switch bundles featuring some of their best-selling games. Start your game collection the right way with solid titles like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Mario Kart 8, Pokémon Sword and more. Not to be overlooked, the Nintendo Switch Lite will also feature bundle discounts, and select titles and merchandise will see reductions of up to 50% off.
How to save at Nintendo on Black Friday
Become a Nintendo Switch Online member and gain access to exclusive deals and products, including Nintendo Switch Game Vouchers. For £84, Nintendo lets you download any two games from their online library, meaning you get a £16 saving on full-priced top games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Paper Mario: The Origami King!
Save up to 50% on games and merchandise in Nintendo’s Offers section. They often feature games bundled with themed accessories at reduced prices, like the Pokémon Sword game with Nintendo Switch Poké Ball Case for £59.99.
Receive free standard shipping whenever you spend over £20 on your order. If you spend over £200 and order before 10:30pm, your order will be upgraded to next day shipping at no additional cost. So you can start gaming sooner rather than later! Make sure your location qualifies for next day shipping before placing your order.
For even more savings and top tips on how to save, check out the latest Nintendo discount codes over on the main page.
Black Friday Nintendo Switch deals
With close to 70 million sales, despite only having been released in 2017, the Nintendo Switch family is one the most popular consoles ever. So you can expect there to be plenty of deals knocking around during Black Friday. Last year, there was a 20% discount code on the console, and, this year we've already seen free Nintendo Switch Online offers already, so it's fair to say there will be probably be some huge offers this year.
Nintendo Black Friday 2020 deals
The Nintendo Switch is arguably the top handheld gaming console on the market right now. Over Black Friday you can expect to find great bundle deals for those first-time Switch owners amongst you. Both the Nintendo Switch and the Switch Lite will have a variety of bundle options to choose from, and select video game titles and merchandise will see some pretty nice discounts.
Nintendo’s Black Friday 2020 deals haven’t been revealed yet, but last year they offered the following:
- Save up to 50% on select Nintendo merchandise
- Save up to 40% on select games and bundles
- Receive 12 free months of Nintendo Switch Online when buying a Switch Lite
- Receive a free Nintendo Labo Kit when buying a Nintendo Switch
More ways to save with Nintendo
Nintendo eShop deals - Digging through the Nintendo eShop is a great way to find games at massive discounts. Games like Overcooked: Special Edition have been marked down from £17.99 to just £4.49. The deals are constantly rotating and offer something for everyone no matter what your gaming taste.
Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary prize days - Nintendo is celebrating the 35th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. with a Mario-themed giveaway between 16th November to 20th December. Daily prize draws will include games, gaming accessories, apparel, and more. Create a Nintendo account and join in on the festivities!
Get 25% off Nintendo Switch memory cards - Whenever you buy a Nintendo Switch console, game, or DLC, use code STOREMORE at checkout for 25% off Nintendo memory cards. Storage cards aren’t the most fun Nintendo purchase, but finding yourself out of storage space when buying a game from the eShop is an even bigger annoyance. Buy at least one memory card—future you will thank you for the foresight.
How to contact Nintendo customer service
While Nintendo does have a customer service phone line, it’s currently closed due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Visit Nintendo’s help centre page and choose between sending an email or using their live chat service for assistance with your order.