Nintendo Switch Cyber Monday deals that are still available include $20 off popular games like 'Super Mario Party' and 'Pokémon Sword'

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The Nintendo Switch is one of the most sought after products during the Cyber Monday shopping season, continuing its reign as the world's bestselling video game console.

While the newly launched PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S|X are also in high demand, the Switch is more likely to be in stock online and in-stores throughout Cyber Monday today and the rest of the holiday season.

Major retailers, like GameStop, Target, Walmart, Best Buy, and even Kohl's, had $300 Switch bundles in stock for Black Friday, but those have now sold out. For Cyber Monday, however, many of Nintendo's hit games are still on sale for $20 off, and you can choose between the the physical or digital version of the game.

Below, we've rounded up the best Cyber Monday deals today on Nintendo Switch consoles, games, and accessories that we've found so far. If you're looking for more savings, you can read our Cyber Monday liveblog for deal highlights throughout the night. You can also check out all the best Cyber Monday tech deals here.

Here are the best Cyber Monday Nintendo Switch deals we've seen today

  • "Pokémon Sword and Shield," $39.99 (originally $59.99) at Best Buy [You save $20]
  • "Super Mario Maker 2," $39.99 (originally $59.99) at GameStop [You save $20]
  • "Luigi's Mansion 3," $39.99 (originally $59.99) at GameStop [You save $20]
  • "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe + Super Mario Party," $79.99 (originally $99.99) at Target [You save $20]
  • Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, $59 (originally $69) at Amazon [You save $10]

Nintendo Switch console Cyber Monday deals

The Switch hasn't seen significant discounts below its $300 price tag since its March 2017 release, and today's Cyber Monday sales are no different. Best Buy has been offering a $300 "Fortnite" Switch bundle in-stores, but Switch stock remains low on Cyber Monday.

The $200 Switch Lite is a cheaper alternative to the standard Switch, but it can't be connected to TVs. While there aren't any special Cyber Monday deals, it could still be a good pick for young children or as a secondary Switch used for traveling.

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