Amazon Prime Day 2018 Nintendo Switch Gaming Bundle Mystery Deal - Update

Posted: Jul 16 2018, 10:05pm CDT | by , in Amazon Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day 2018 Nintendo Switch Gaming Bundle Mystery Deal - Update

There will be a $299.99 Nintendo Switch Gaming Bundle Prime Day deal.

The Amazon Prime Day 2018 deals list reveals a Nintendo Switch Prime Day deal, but its a mystery. Amazon lists in the rather short video game deals section of the Prime Day deals list "Save on Nintendo Switch Gaming Bundle, only $299.99."

Update: The $299.99 Nintendo Switch bundle is on sale now. For the regular price of a Nintendo Switch you get a free SanDisk 64GB microSDXC UHS-I card and a $20 Nintendo eShop Gift Card. This is a fair deal, but not overwhelming. A free Nintendo Switch game would have been more exciting.

The regular price of the Nintendo Switch console is $299.99. So what will be in the bundle? Amazon is not listing a Nintendo Switch Gaming bundle. They only sell the console direct. It is not clear what "Gaming" means. Will the Prime Day Nintendo Switch deal include a free game or an accessory? We have checked the upcoming Prime Day 2018 deals in the video game section, but the Nintendo Switch Prime Day deal is not listed yet.

Nintendo Switch console deals are still very rare and do not offer much in savings. Nintendo is just too successful with the Switch. This fall we expect the first major savings on Nintendo Switch bundles. Amazon might give us a taste in the Prime Day 2018 sales event of such a Nintendo Switch bundle. A free game would be already an incredible Nintendo Switch deal. Check the Nintendo Switch section on for this deal. There you find a Prime Day deal on the Lego Incredibles.

Announced Prime Day 2018 Video Game Deals:

Save 25% on Microsoft Xbox One S 1TB Starter Bundle + Rare Replay, only $229.99

Save on Nintendo New 3DS XL – Super NES Edition with Super Mario Kart, only $149.99

Save on Nintendo Switch Gaming Bundle, only $299.99

There will be plenty more Prime Day 2018 video game deals, but these three are the ones that Amazon announced in the Prime Day 2018 deals list.

All Prime Day deals on Amazon Devices including Echo, Fire, Fire Edition and Kindle are released as of midnight Pacific, Monday, July 16. Make sure to bookmark our real-time Prime Day 2018 deals tracker to not miss the hottest deals.

The 36-hour sale kicks off officially on Monday, July 16 at 3 pm ET. The free online inventory and deals tracking app the Tracker app will also again notify you when the most coveted Amazon Prime Day 2018 deals go on sale. I4U News is curating a list of the best Prime Day 2018 deals and helps you in partnership with The Tracker app to score these deals before they are sold out.

Besides the app, you will find real-time updated Prime Day 2018 shopping guides like in past years in our Prime Day 2018 deals coverage. Don't miss out on buying the hottest Holiday 2018 toys now, before they become hard to find. The Fingerlings Hugs, Scruff-A-Fluvs, L.O.L Suprise! Biggie Pets, Pomsies, and Grumblies are already hot sellers now.

Find out how to buy the hottest and most popular electronics and toys online that are hard to find. There is an app for that. The free Tracker app notifies you on your smartphone when the hottest toys 2018 and the newest consumer electronics are in stock online. You can also receive all in stock and deals alert on Twitter @TheTrackerApp.

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