We added a Nintendo Switch bundle, JBL, Master & Dynamic, and Astro headsets, a few PowerA accessories, and a few PC, Nintendo, and PlayStation games on November 25th.
Deals season and video games go together like your sweating palms and a DualSense controller. It’s more difficult than ever to snag one of the new consoles, but even if you don’t win the next-gen lottery, you can still get lots of gear, accessories, and games for your current consoles or PC. We’ve put together a list of some of the greatest Black Friday video game and accessory discounts.
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This is about as self-explanatory as a deal can get. This gift card for $50 in eShop credit is knocked down to $45, so it’s basically an extra $5 off any games you’re planning to buy. The card balance doesn’t expire, either, so if you ever plan to spend at least $50 on games, this deal’s a no-brainer.
Normally the original Nintendo Switch is $300 on its own, but this bundle comes with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe–one of the better Mario Kart games in years–plus three months of the Nintendo Switch Online service included for free. The latter gives you access to a small library of classic NES and SNES games, so you’ll have plenty to play for the price of the console alone.
The Nintendo Switch handles multiplayer audio in an odd way, running team chat through an app on your phone. Fortunately, this headset can handle both. It can pair to your phone to get team chat, while still connecting to the Switch with a 3.5-mm cord for game audio. It’s the best of both worlds.
Nintendo’s official Joy-Con controllers can be a pain to use for larger hands, but the wireless Pro Controller can be pretty pricey. For the budget-conscious, this wired controller is dirt cheap and comes in a wide variety of colors.