Nintendo is Offering a New Switch Bundle with a Free $35 eShop Download Card
If you're looking to finally get a Nintendo Switch, you can now pick up the console's latest bundle that includes a $35 eShop download card.
With the holiday season now over and plenty of new games on the horizon, if you’ve been looking for the perfect opportunity to finally grab a Nintendo Switch, now might be the time to do so with an added bonus to jump start your game collection.
Nintendo has announced that it is offering a new Nintendo Switch bundle for a “limited time” that will come packaged in with the console and a free $35 Nintendo eShop download card. The new bundle will be available in stores starting on February 15.
While the new bundle doesn’t come with a game in and of itself, unlike the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Switch bundle that was offered for Black Friday last year, the new bundle should at least give new owners something to look forward to with a wide array of options.
However, beyond those games there are a ton of other options you can expect to find on the Switch eShop that can go a long way for $35. Obviously, there is a huge range of indie and downloadable games at this point on the Switch worth playing, such as recent hits like Hollow Knight, Hyper Light Drifter, Stardew Valley, Undertale, and many others.
With $35, that guarantees that you can pick up at least one or two games to enjoy with your brand new system, along with getting to experience some of the system’s best games. If you haven’t yet experienced some of the best Switch games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild or Super Mario Odyssey, now will be the perfect chance to dive in and not miss out on them with the new bundle.
Starting 2/15, a new limited-time #NintendoSwitch bundle that includes a $35 Nintendo #eShop Download Code will be available for $299.99 MSRP. You’ll be able to use that credit towards games like New #SuperMario Bros. U Deluxe and Super #SmashBrosUltimate! https://t.co/sKAoQyr3gI pic.twitter.com/Q7kkCawCyB
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 7, 2019