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Nintendo Switch? With this offer, it’s more like Nintendo SWISH! (Picture: Nintendo)

Shopping for a Nintendo Switch? Good luck. Best Buy is currently out of stock online, while Amazon is showing a mid-February delivery estimate. Even if you find the beloved gaming console, don’t expect any discounts; it’s very rare to see it for less than the $300 retail price.

Good news: For a limited time and while supplies last, Daily Steals is offering the Nintendo Switch Console (Neon Red/Neon Blue) for $290 when you apply the promo code. SBDSNSC at the register. You won’t get super-fast shipping like you would with Amazon Prime or Best Buy, but it certainly won’t take three weeks to arrive.

$290 with promo code

Granted, $10 isn’t a huge savings, but it’s enough to cover the cost of today’s lunch – or to cover the cost of a new game. (A game console needs games, after all. )

Speaking of which, the Switch stands out not only for its vast library of top-rated titles, but also for its split personality: it’s a portable gaming system that can also be hooked up to couch TV.

Not interested in that big screen option? You can get the portable Nintendo Switch Lite only in yellow or coral for $195 with promo code SBDSNSL. (The Pokemon-themed Dialga & Palkia version is available for the same price with the same code.)

$195 with promo code

Mario Party Superstars

While you’re at it, get the best deal anywhere on the latest Mario Party game for Nintendo Switch. (Picture: Nintendo)

But wait, there’s more: Daily Steals is also offering unrivaled deals on a pair of games:

By the way, if you’ve never shopped (or heard of) Daily Steals, rest assured: it’s legit. The company has been around for years and often offers some of the best prices in the world (as is the case here).

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