Nintendo Switch With Free Carrying Case On Offer At Walmart

Posted: Jan 6 2018, 9:25am CST | by , Updated: Jan 6 2018, 9:28am CST, in News | Technology News

 
Nintendo Switch with Free Carrying Case on Offer at Walmart

Walmart hands out free carrying case with Switch purchase.

You can get a Nintendo Switch deal at walmart.com right now. The retailer throws in a free Nintendo Switch Travel Carrying Case with 8-Game Cart Slots and Screen Protector by Ematic with the purchase of the Nintendo Switch console for $299.99. During the Holiday season, you had to pay extra for the Switch and case bundle.

The Ematic travel case for the Switch is valued at $14. This is one of the best Nintendo Switch deals so far in the 10 months the Nintendo Switch is on sale. In the 2018 Holiday shopping season, we will see the first considerable Nintendo Switch deals. We expect to see special Nintendo Switch holiday bundles that get you a free game. Until then, you need to be happy with a free case.

The new Nintendo Switch deal has been spotted by online inventory tracking app The Tracker. Get the free Tracker app to buy hard to find products online including the upcoming 2018 NES Classic.

The Nintendo Switch is the fastest selling home console in US history. If a new leak is legit, the Nintendo Switch will become a media hub in February supporting Youtube, Hulu, Twitch and a web browser. The new features are supposedly part of the Nintendo Switch Firmware 5.0.0.

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