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Switch Lite Black Friday bundles now include Animal Crossing for just £210

Plus bundles with Mario 3D All Stars and Mario Kart.

As has been the case for the whole year, it’s looking difficult to get hold of a Nintendo Switch. If you’re looking for the more affordable Switch Lite on the other hand, supplies aren’t just in greater availability, Nintendo has officially released a bundle with Animal Crossing just in time for Black Friday.

The bundle includes a digital code for Animal Crossing: New Horizons as well a three-month Nintendo Switch Online subscription, which you’ll need for online multiplayer such as visiting friends’ islands, while also providing access to a huge library of NES and SNES games. Amazon has these bundles available for just £209.99!

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We should note these bundles are only available in the above colours – perhaps a subtle but old-fashioned attempt of buying a gift based on gender. You can however opt for Amazon’s own bundles that comes in the full array of Switch Lite colours that comes with a physical copy of the game. And if Animal Crossing isn’t your thing, you have other games to choose from too.

These options are all by far a greater saving than buying a Black Friday bundle directly from the Nintendo Official UK Store, where the Animal Crossing bundle starts at £239.99.

If you do buy any Switch model from Nintendo’s store, you do receive a free official Nintendo-licensed 64GB MicroSD card, which is going to be important if you’re planning on making most of your game purchases via the eShop. However, you’ll still save more money if you just buy the same 64GB MicroSD for just £14.99.

For even better options on the best MicroSD cards out there with even more storage, you can also check out our Nintendo Switch Black Friday deals page, where you’ll also be able to keep track of all the latest Nintendo Switch deals happening on Black Friday.

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