The biggest online shopping event of the year is just around the corner. We have some bad news for you, Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime during an interview with Washington Post has confirmed that there will not be any exclusive Switch discounts this holiday season.
At least not one that's endorsed by Nintendo. "We're focusing on making sure we have robust supply at retail". People usually wait for Black Friday to pick up consoles in cheap prices but the Switch will not have any this holiday season as all focus would be on having enough units at retailers to meet quota.
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It's not surprising, seeing how sought after the Switch has been since it was released back in March. 'Gosh, Nintendo, if you would've made more you would've sold more.' Well, we did make more! The best you'll hope for are bundles, which come with one of Nintendo's in-house games.
Fils-Aimé said Nintendo has tried to learn its lessons from last year's launch of another throwback, the NES Classic, which frustrated fans who had troubling finding the limited-edition console. The Switch will see some more bundles with games like Super Mario Odyssey and Splatoon 2, which would make for top tier gifts this season, even without a insane discount.
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