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Nintendo Switch Deals

The best place to compare 699 different console bundles for the latest innovation from Nintendo, the console-handheld hybrid Nintendo Switch. With prices ranging from £186 to £479.99 and our state of the art filtering system, Console Deals is the only site you need to find your dream Switch bundle for the best price out there.

Nintendo Switch

Why use us to find the best Nintendo Switch deals?

Console Deals has been around since 2011, and in that time we’ve helped hundreds of thousands of you find the deal you’re looking for on consoles, accessories like controllers and games. Why trust us? We’ve got years of experience searching high and low across all the UK’s best retailers to find the best offers out there. What’s more, we’ve built a specially designed system that updates multiple times an hour and finds deals that other price comparison sites miss.

We’re passionate about helping you find your ideal Nintendo Switch deal, whether it’s the lowest price on the market right now for the console by itself or if you’ve got a very specific bundle in mind. Using the filters above, you can select by model, included games, accessories like controllers, and even the individual UK retailers to help you find what you’re looking for. So if you’re looking for a great Nintendo Switch deal, look no further than Console Deals.

Find the best value Nintendo Switch bundle

Above, you’ll find hundreds of different Nintendo Switch deals, both on their own and bundled with accessories and games. But how can you ensure you’re getting the absolute best value on your Nintendo Switch bundle? Here’s our top tips:

Be patient – there’s no denying that there are good and less good times in a month to invest in a console. Retailers often start the month with some really strong Nintendo Switch deals, go quiet for the middle weeks and then launch more price drops and new bundles to coincide with pay day towards the end of the month. This isn’t an exact science, and there are always exceptions, but generally this seems to be the trend.

Check back regularly – we update our prices at least four times an hour, and we regularly see excellent deals appear, sell extremely quickly, and go out of stock in a flash. Once again, this is more likely to happen at the start or end of the month than it is in the middle – but it definitely pays to keep an eye on the market.

Know what you’re looking at – one of the most common mistakes people can make when it comes to looking for great value bundles is over-valuing bundled in games. Don’t pay over the odds for a bundle just because it features a couple of extra games (that may be available for less than the bundle’s price mark-up).

Know what you’re looking for – similar to above, the market can suddenly look much clearer if you know exactly what it is you’re after. Though it’s easy to be swayed by new deals (and, sometimes, a deal can be so good it’s worth grabbing and buying the other parts separately), if you know the general values of the console, games and accessories you’re looking to get, you can spot the really good deals more easily.

Look into buying the components separately – following on from the last point, if you know exactly what it is you’re looking for, then it’s always worth checking out our Nintendo Switch games and accessories sections to see if you can save by buying the items separately (we only list bundles that the retailers have specifically listed together). In our experience, most of the time the bundles you’ll see on this page will be the cheapest and easiest options, but you never know!

Best selling Nintendo Switch deals – October 2019

1. Nintendo Switch extended battery life bundle

The latest version of the classic Switch, this model has been given an overhaul under the hood. Performance remains the same, but where this model excels over launch models is the battery life, which can be 50% greater than the first versions on the Switch. If in doubt, then, you’ll be wanting to go for the extended battery life model where possible. You can differentiate between the regular and extended models by the boxes (which we kindly display above) – the extended battery version has a predominantly red box. 

2. Nintendo Switch Lite Zacian/ Zamazenta bundle

Though not out for a few weeks (to coincide with the launch of Pokemon Sword and Shield) and despite not coming packaged with a game, the Zacian/ Zamazenta Switch Lite bundle has been immensely popular with Console Deals users, and is our most ordered Switch Lite colour. Better yet, we’ve now found a whole range of bundle options, including ones that come packaged with the upcoming Pokemon games.

3. Nintendo Switch Link’s Awakening bundle

Released to rave reviews, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is certain to be a fixture on many a Christmas list in the coming months. A new Zelda game (even, as is the case here, a remake) is always a big event, and many retailers have responded accordingly, offering a wide range of bundles containing the game if you’re looking to get your Christmas shopping done early.

4. Classic Nintendo Switch bundle

If you’re looking for surefire Nintendo Switch deals, the classic Switch may well be the way to go. As retailers slowly move their stock over to the new extended battery life model, we’ve spotted a few great options to save by picking up one of the classic Nintendo Switch consoles. Still a great piece of kit, these options are perfect if you’re looking to save some money, particularly if you won’t need more than 3 hours of battery life at a time.

5. Nintendo Switch Mario Maker 2 bundle

The beauty of a game like Mario Maker 2 is that as it ages, it gets better and better. Having been out for a couple of months, the game is now host to hundreds of fantastic, inventive levels designed by other players. No matter if you’re a seasoned platforming pro or are looking for something a little more gentle to ease you in, someone will have made the ideal Mario level for you. Retailers are bundling Mario Maker 2 with both the classic and Lite versions of the Switch.

New Nintendo Switch battery life

Classic Nintendo Switch (2019 update)

Games library All physical and eStore games
Memory 32GB
Expandable memory? Yes
Available standard colours Grey, neon red & blue
Connectivity Connect to TV with included dock
RRP £279
Included controllers A pair of detachable Joy-Cons
Battery life 4.5 - 9 hours
Screen size 6.2"
Nintendo Switch Lite yellow

Nintendo Switch Lite

Games library All physical and eStore games
Memory 32GB
Expandable memory? Yes
Available standard colours Grey, turquoise, yellow
Connectivity Unable to connect to TV
RRP £199
Controllers None (one integrated unit)
Battery life 3 - 7 hours
Screen size 5.5"

Learn more about the Nintendo Switch

The Switch (previously known by the codename Nintendo NX) is a hybrid games console revealed by Nintendo. Since launching in March 2017, it has taken the UK (and the rest of the world!) by storm. Fix the console to a static dock at home to output your game to your TV, or remove the console, attach the physical controllers and play on-the-go.

Nintendo Switch models

Original, 1.1 or Lite

There are now three different versions of the Switch. The launch model comes in either grey or neon red/blue colours, and features a box with a white background with a hand putting the Switch in a dock. This model is still a fantastic bit of a kit, and may well receive some fantastic discounts around Black Friday. Currently, all special editions of the main Switch console are this original model – we’ve yet to see a special edition of the 1.1. The second model, being referred to as the version 1.1 model, features the same chassis as the classic Switch, but comes with an improved battery life. You can identify this model by its predominantly red box.  Finally, the Switch Lite is a dedicated handheld that cannot be connected to the TV or have it’s controllers disconnected. The upside? It’s much cheaper than the classic Switch.

Gaming whenever, wherever

Play it in the home, pick it up and play on the go, remove the controllers and play with friends, play however you want. The message is clear, Nintendo has built a console that allows you to switch how you play based on your mood.

Gaming whenever, wherever

Powered by Nvidia

Powered by Nvidia

The console monopoly of AMD is no-more. Nvidia are supplying a custom version of the Tegra processor to power the Nintendo Switch. The high-efficiency scalable processor includes an NVIDIA GPU based on the same architecture as the world’s top-performing GeForce gaming graphics cards. What does this mean? Well, like Nvidia say themselves; the Nintendo Switch will be really fun to play with incredible performance and great graphics.

Third party support

While Nintendo consoles are always most associated with their roster of exclusive first party titles, the Switch has already received a range of highly-rated third party titles. Rocket League, Skyrim, and FIFA have all already made appearances on the Switch, while ports of intensive current generation games such as DOOM and Wolfenstein 2 are a testament to both the power of the Switch, and how much developers are willing to support it.

Third party support

Local Multiplayer Games

Local multiplayer revolutionised

If you’re someone with fond memories of crowding on the sofa with your friends for some frantic local multiplayer action, the Switch is the console for you. The Joy Con controller can be divided in half, meaning you can enjoy four player action with just two pairs of Joy Cons. Plus, with Nintendo exclusives such as Mario Kart, there’s no better console to play with friends.

Exclusive gaming classics

No company can boast the same number of exclusive, beloved gaming franchises as Nintendo. The Legend of Zelda series returns in an epic new adventure, The Breath of the Wild. Following hot on Zelda’s heels was Mario, who returned with a new 3D adventure, Super Mario Odyssey, which was similarly critically acclaimed. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe proved one of the year’s most popular titles. Into 2018, and the exclusives keep on coming, including a new Smash Bros game and two new Pokémon titles, Let’s Go! Pikachu and Let’s Go! Eevee.

Zelda Breath of the Wild

What can the Nintendo Switch do?

Switch to home

Switch to home

Slide your Nintendo Switch into the stand-alone dock to connect your console to your TV and play at home. The dock also recharges the unit.

Switch to portable

Switch to portable

Attach the Joy-Con controllers to the side of your Nintendo Switch and play games on-the-go through the bright high-definition display.

Revolutionary control

Revolutionary control

The Joy-Con controllers can attach to the charging grip, the console itself, or split to fit a variety of gaming styles.

It's a meee

It's a meee

Classic new games for a new generation of Nintendo fan.

Local multiplayer

Local multiplayer

A sorely missed feature in the latest generation of consoles is championed in the Nintendo Switch. Play in isolation or switch to split screen for local multiplayer and ultimate bragging rights.


Pro Controller

Go pro with the revamped Pro Controller for the Nintendo Switch.

Third-party support

Third-party support

Play new games from leading triple-A developers, including Bethesda, ActiVision and EA. Skyrim on the move? Yes please.

Cartridge based gaming

Cartridge based gaming

Cartridge gaming lends to shorter load times and easier portability.

Joy-Con Controllers

Joy-Con Controllers

Joy-Con Controllers consisting of an analogue stick, four face buttons, a trigger button and a shoulder button, can be split apart allowing you to take on friends wherever you are.



Deploy the kickstand and play anywhere



Instantly switch between home or portable systems

Online multiplayer

Online multiplayer

Connect with friends via Nintendo’s online network

Nintendo NX Logo

The first mention of the Nintendo NX

Nintendo’s late president Satoru Iwata fired the starter pistol on the speculation over Nintendo’s next console in March 2015, saying “let me confirm that Nintendo is currently developing a dedicated gaming platform with a brand-new concept under the development codename “NX””. Iwata’s mention of a membership service that would encompass the 3DS, the Wii U and the NX caused a further stir, with speculation centering around where the NX would sit within Nintendo’s console offering if they were to continue with the 3DS as the flagship handheld and the Wii U as the dedicated home console.

The NX gets a launch date

Any doubt as to whether the NX was to be a fully fledged new piece of technology rather than an upgrade on either the DS range or the Wii U was extinguished in April 2015 when, in an investor’s meeting, the Japanese gaming giant revealed the release date for the new hardware as March 2017.

Breath of the Wild

Breath of the Wild unveiled as a launch title

Although Nintendo disappointed many of their legions of hardcore fans by not revealing any details whatsoever about the NX at the E3 expo, they did offer a tantalising glimpse of the future by revealing that the upcoming The Legend of Zelda title, The Breath of the Wild, was to be released on both the Wii U and the NX as a launch title. Creator of the Mario and Zelda series Shigeru Miyamoto stated that Nintendo weren’t more forthcoming about details of the NX because they feared that it would be copied if they revealed information too far in advance of launch.

The Nintendo NX

Hardware rumours abound

In late July, various leaks centering on the specifics of the NX’s core design and some of the technology it would be using began to be reported. Most significant was the speculation that the NX would be an unusual hybrid concept that was capable of functioning as both a home console and as a portable, courtesy of a pair of controllers that could attach to either end of a tablet-like body. Further rumours linked in the NX to Nvidia’s Tegra mobile processor chip, and suggested that the console would use cartridges like those of the 3DS rather than less handheld-friendly discs.

The Switch is officially unveiled

Following months of speculation, the Nintendo Switch – as it is now known – was unveiled. As had been previously rumoured, the Switch is a hybrid device capable of being played in both handheld and console modes. The official announcement was accompanied by a launch trailer that showed the three main ways the console could be used; as a traditional console-TV-controller set up, as a portable with the Joy-Con controllers attached, and in tabletop mode using the built in kickstand.

Switch presentation

The date is set

At a livestreamed event in Tokyo, Nintendo unveiled further details of the Switch’s hardware, showcased some of its launch titles playing on the system and, most importantly, revealed the worldwide launch date for the console; March 3rd. The event showcased Nintendo’s dedication to the system, which many argued had been lacking from their pre-launch promotional efforts for the Wii U. This enhanced backing culminated with a spot during the Superbowl in the US.

Another sales milestone

Less than a year after launch, the Switch hits 14.86 million units sold, putting it more than a million ahead of how many consoles the Wii U sold over the course of its entire lifetime. There’s no denying it; Nintendo have a hit console on their hands.

It’s great news for gamers too, with the more consoles sold the more AAA games the system is likely to receive.

Switch on

The Switch is launched on March 3rd and almost immediately sells out worldwide, with estimates suggesting that the system sold between 1.5 and 2 million units in its first week, a record for a Nintendo system. The Switch was aided by its launch title The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which was released to critical acclaim, with many reviewers suggesting it deserved to be part of the conversation about the best game ever.

Nintendo share price rockets

Despite worldwide shortages of the Switch, it continues to sell in incredible volumes, and rarely stays in stock for long anywhere. The Switch’s early unbridled success does much to put minds at ease about Nintendo’s ability to make up ground after the Wii U, with the Japanese company’s share price reflecting that. In May, it hits a seven year-high.

E3 offers more reasons to be cheerful

Even with expectations high for what Nintendo would announce at the annual E3 convention, Nintendo arguably surpassed them with a slew of game showcases that left fans in little doubt as to the long term prospects of the Switch. A Kirby game, a Pokemon RPG, Metroid Prime 4 and a Yoshi game represented a predictably strong first party lineup, while Rocket League was a surprise third-party announcement, joining Skyrim with a Q4 2017 launch.

Splatoon 2 artwork

Stock worries ease

Supported by an increasingly strong lineup of games, including Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Splatoon 2, the Switch continues to perform fantastically well, although stock is now easier to find generally. Nintendo also announces a new Mario Odyssey hard bundle for the Switch, to sit alongside the Splatoon 2 bundle launched in July.

Odyssey begins a legacy

Super Mario Odyssey, the Italian plumber’s first sandbox-style adventure in years, is released. It achieves critical acclaim to rival that given to Switch launch title Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and has gamers asking if any console has ever had two better games in its first year. Critics predict that Odyssey and Zelda will duke it out between them for the honour of ‘game of the year’ titles in a year that will go down in even Nintendo’s storied history.

The jewel in the crown

The jewel in the crown

Nintendo caps a superb year with Switch launch title The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild winning Game of the Year at the Game Awards 2017. They use the award to announce the launch of the second piece of DLC for Breath of the Wild, which features the game’s first story expansion. Also announced are Switch ports of Bayonetta 1 and 2 and a new Switch exclusive, the third game in the series.

Switch going strong

After several months of excellent sales numbers, fantastic games and increasingly solid stock levels, Nintendo revise their sales target for the Switch. Having originally forecast 10 million units sold by March (a year into the console’s life cycle), they now aim to have moved 14 million units. The PS4 sold a similar amount, while the Xbox One hit around 10 million. The 14 million mark is also significant, as it would mean that the Switch had surpassed the Wii U’s lifetime sales in under a year. Nintendo are back.

Mini Direct lays out the Switch’s upcoming titles

With E3 2016 announced games like Metroid Prime 4 and Pokémon still a long way off, Nintendo launch a Mini Direct to unveil some upcoming games. The most significant announcements are a new edition of Mario Tennis, Mario Tennis Aces, a remastered version of the classic Dark Souls, and a re-release of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze. Also previewed are DLC and updates to Super Mario Odyssey, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle and Pokken Tournament DX.

Nintendo LABO launches

Nintendo LABO launches

Nintendo have always been known for their out of the box thinking, and LABO is an example of just that – as well as thinking with the box. LABO enables gamers to create their own cardboard creations and bring them to life with Switch software. April sees the first two kits launch, the Variety Kit and the Robot Kit, which lets players build a backpack and becoming a Godzilla-size robot, rampaging through a city.


Nintendo begins selling a version of the Switch in Japan without the dock and AC adaptor. The logic behind the move is that they want to encourage those who live in a house with a Switch, but who don’t own one themselves, to buy a console without having to pay for a dock they don’t need. No word is given when we might see a similar option in the UK.

20 million

Nintendo announce that 19.67 million Switch consoles have been sold as of the end of June, meaning that by the point they make the announcement, the total is more than 20 million. Nintendo also have set an ambitious target of selling 20 million units between April and March 2019. While they’ve sold around 2 million so far, with Super Smash Bros Ultimate and two new Pokemon games on the way, don’t rule it out!

Nintendo raises the crowd at Gamescom

Nintendo had lots in store for Gamescom 2018, showcasing a plethora of new gameplay from already-announced Switch titles including DAEMON X MACHINA (coming 2019) and the hotly anticipated Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. From their booth in Cologne they also had playable titles of Starlink: Battle for Atlas and Dark Souls: Remastered. Plenty for Switch fans to get excited about.

Four exciting new bundles announced

Four exciting new bundles announced

Rumours of a Super Smash Bros Ultimate bundle and Diablo III: Eternal Collection bundle were rife in the months leading up to September. These were officially announced to fanfare and stand as two of the most popular Switch bundles to date. Two new Pokémon Switch bundles were also announced in September to commemorate Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!

Switch outsells the GameCube

The Nintendo Switch’s popularity shows no bounds as it outstrips the Nintendo GameCube’s lifetime sales after less than two years on the market. Worldwide sales reached 22.86 million units in October, while the GameCube only managed 21.74 million units from the period 2001 to 2007. Now all eyes are on the N64 and whether the Switch can top the 32.93 million units it shifted. Ready, set, go!

Two-year anniversary of Switch reveal

It was on October 20, 2016 when Nintendo officially announced their next-generation console under the name Switch. The Nintendo Switch immediately grabbed the gaming community’s attention with its hybrid design. Technical details were released on January 13, 2017 to ramp up excitement for the console. The Switch was officially released on March 3, 2017 in all key markets including the UK.

New Switch models incoming?

Rumours spring up that we may be getting not one, but two new iterations of the Switch in 2019. The first is a Lite version of the Switch, which may not include a dock in the box and may have fixed Joy-Cons either side. The second is a pro version, with upgraded graphical capabilities and an improved screen. Nintendo denies the rumours.

Switch outsells the N64

After ousting the Gamecube, the Switch makes short work of another iconic Nintendo console’s total sales numbers – the N64. Despite having boasted the likes of Goldeneye, Perfect Dark, Mario 64, Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Major’s Mask and many, many other bonafide classic titles, the Switch has taken just over two years to eclipse the N64’s lifetime sales.

Let's a go! Mario and Zelda get the VR treament

In an unexpected announcement, Nintendo enable VR modes – using the LABO VR headset – within Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Mario Odyssey’s VR modes consists only of mini levels, while Breath of the Wild’s mode enables you to play through the entire game while immersed in VR. It’s Nintendo’s first real foray into the VR arena since the ill-fated Virtual Boy console in the mid-90s.

Switch outsells PS4 in Japan

Japan has always been a Nintendo stronghold, with other console manufacturers always struggling to dethrone them from the console throne in the Far East. This is hammered home as the Switch cruises passed the lifetime sales of the PS4 in May, despite the PS4 generally performing well in Japan and having a three year head start on the Switch.

Switch v2

No sooner have Nintendo refuted rumours that a Pro version of the Switch then we get an explanation for all the speculation flying around. While Nintendo aren’t launching a fully-fledged new version of the Switch, they are upgrading the existing model of the classic Switch. The main difference? Quite significantly enhanced battery life. The easiest way to differentiate between the original and the updated models will be the packaging – the original Switch’s box features the console in front of a TV and a white background, while the new version will feature a bright red background.

No Pro in 2019

As the Switch Lite is announced, Nintendo also pours water on the rumours that we’ll be getting a new, ramped up Pro version of the Switch – at least in 2019. There had been rumours of Nintendo planning on upgrading the Switch, but Nintendo make it clear this is not the case currently.

Lite at the end of the tunnel

After months of rumours, Nintendo finally confirm that they’ll be releasing a new version of the Switch. Named the Switch Lite, the new model will lack any connectivity to a TV and is an all-in-one unit, unlike the classic Switch with its detachable Joy-Cons. Other than physical differences in the hardware, the Lite and original Switch are the same, playing the same games and both offering compatibility with the same set of controllers. The Lite will come initially in three colours, with a special edition Pokemon Sword/ Shield version already confirmed, and launches in September.

New Switch hits shelves

The upgraded version of the classic Switch starts appearing on UK shelves, with its distinctive red background box making it clear to shoppers which version of the console they’re getting.

Lite-n the load

The Switch Lite launches, with three colours – grey, turquoise and yellow – hitting the shelves and a Pokemon version launching later in the year. The new console receives strong reviews, and it gets off to a great start as it launches the day of the release of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening.

10 million in Europe

The Switch moves past 10 million units sold in Europe. Traditionally the smallest of the big three regions (Japan, North America and Europe) for Nintendo, this is an impressive mark for a console that is still less than three years old. For context, that means the Switch has sold more than twice the units that the Gamecube, N64 and Wii U, and has also outsold the NES and SNES.