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The sale details:
Those same 5 Mario games are were discounted by $20 (33 percent). The titles in question are:
Nintendo - Deals - Hardware - Software - Hours
However, as with many Nintendo deals, the hardware and software has been selling out -- and then sometimes reappearing hours or days later at the same retailers. That includes digital versions of the games -- which likely means that Nintendo was rationing out limited quantities.
As of Wednesday, March 13, we've updated this story to focus on deals that are still available. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of products featured on this page.
Retailers - Bundle - Details - Sunday - Best
As mentioned above, several major retailers are still offering the bundle, but the details have changed since Sunday. Right now, Best Buy appears to have the best option, followed by Walmart.
Best Buy has a guided page that lets you choose which Switch color you want (gray or blue/red) and which game to add. But here's the kicker: Best Buy seems to be the only retailer that lets you also choose the Switch bundled with a $35 Nintendo eShop credit, too. So, you're getting the Switch, a half-price Mario game and $35 to spend on any Switch digital game at a later date.
Walmart - Page - Switch - Color
Walmart also has a special page that lets you choose which Switch color...
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