Black Friday weekend is one of your last opportunities to snag a deal on the all-new Nintendo Switch Lite console before the holiday season arrives. GameStop is offering a free $25 coupon with purchase of any Nintendo Switch Lite console while supplies last at its regular price of $199.99. The coupon can be used on nearly anything at GameStop through January 31, 2020, and this deal effectively matches the best Nintendo Switch Lite deal we've seen all year when you take that extra savings into consideration. Shipping is free, or you could select free in-store pickup where available.
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Pick up any model of the Nintendo Switch Lite this weekend at GameStop to score a $25 coupon that can be used through next January! The Pokémon edition has already sold out, so don't delay any further!
$224.99 $25 off
The Nintendo Switch Lite already offers $100 savings in comparison to the $300-cost of the standard Nintendo Switch, so the included $25 coupon you'll receive just makes the deal even sweeter. The Lite edition of the Nintendo Switch is designed with portability in mind, and as such, it doesn't come with a dock and it's unable to be connected to a larger display like a TV.
This version is only meant for handheld, portable gaming. It's a tiny bit smaller too and has built-in Joy Con controllers rather than detachable ones. You can learn even more in this guide on everything you need to know about the Nintendo Switch Lite.
If you'd rather own the standard Nintendo Switch, you're in luck as Google Shopping has the new Nintendo Switch bundled with Crash Team Racing and Nintendo Switch Online on sale for $299 with promo code 19PREBF12. You can read about the differences between the original and latest versions of the standard Nintendo Switch to learn more.
Black Friday may be over, but the countdown to Cyber Monday is just getting started. A bunch of the best deals are still live from yesterday's massive sales event, with more becoming available as we reach closer to Monday.
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