The Early Black Friday deals are live and companies are putting their best foot forward to attract buyers. Two of Nintendo’s deals are actually starting on Black Friday, though some are available now like the Super Mario Party Bundle, and they will be offering discounts on two popular systems.
The first Black Friday deal is a Nintendo Switch system with the hit Mario Kart 8 Deluxe game as a full game download for only $299. That deal basically gives you the game for free, giving you a $60 price-cut when compared to buying it separately. To make driving in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe feel even more realistic, Nintendo is also offering a set of two white Joy-Con Wheel accessories at a suggested retail price of $14.99. Playing with the Joy-Con Wheel is as simple as placing a Joy-Con controller inside and turning the wheel left and right, and since Nintendo Switch comes with two Joy-Con controllers, you and another player can dive right in and start racing against each other right away.
The second bundle is a yellow-and-red Nintendo 2DS system with the Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS game (a $40 value) pre-installed at a suggested retail price of $79. In the Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS game, you get to put on your powered-up creator hat as you design your very own dream 2D Super Mario themed courses to share with friends and family. Using a variety of different items, obstacles and enemies from the Super Mario games, you can use intuitive touch controls and interactive tutorials to play and create a near-infinite amount of courses.
Nintendo promoted the new Black Friday deals with a new video starring Luigi, which you can watch below.
These two promotions won’t be ready until Black Friday, but you can compare the Nintendo Mario Kart 8 Bundle with other Nintendo Switch Bundles being offered right here on Amazon. The same goes for comparing the other Nintendo 3DS bundles right here on Amazon.
“For families still looking to pick up a Nintendo Switch or Nintendo 2DS system, these Black Friday deals offer great values for any holiday budget,” said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “With each boasting libraries of more than 1,000 games and counting, Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 2DS have something for everyone.”