New Nintendo Switch Bundle Comes with eShop Credit
Free credit with this Nintendo Switch Bundle
Nintendo is gearing up to launch a new Nintendo Switch bundle, this time including some digital currency to help players start building their gaming library on day one. The Nintendo Switch + $35 Nintendo eShop Credit Download Code bundle will be available at a suggested retail price of $299.99 next month and comes packed with a bonus $35 credit to use directly in the Nintendo eShop. Since the Nintendo Switch is $299 on its own, it’s a pretty good deal to get a free $35 credit to spend in the eShop.
The new bundle will be available to pre-order on sites like Amazon leading up to launch day. If you can’t wait, there are several popular Nintendo Switch Bundles that are currently available to buy right now. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and nothing says love and friendship like co-op game playing throughout the rest of the winter and into the spring.
The Nintendo Switch has been one of the most popular and best-selling consoles since its launch, and almost all of Nintendo‘s titles can be purchased and downloaded right from the Nintendo eShop. Current hits include “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate,” “Super Mario Odyssey,” “NBA 2K19,” the ever popular “Fortnite,” and “FIFA 19.” You will also find indie hits like “Hollow Knight,” “Celeste,” “GRIS,” and “Overcooked! 2.”
“We wanted to make it easier for consumers to purchase their first game after picking up a new Nintendo Switch system,” said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “New Nintendo Switch owners can explore Nintendo eShop and use the bonus $35 credit toward the purchase of a game that’s perfect for them.”
You can also look for the platformer “New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe,” co-op title “Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes,” and the turn-based strategy game “Wargroove” and you can be playing moments after you unbox your new Nintendo Switch. We should also mention that on March 29th players can grab “Yoshi’s Crafted World,” and on April 23 the “Mortal Kombat” lands on the Nintendo Switch for the first time ever with “Mortal Kombat 11.”