Grab A Neon Switch For $380

Grab A Neon Switch For $380
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Been holding out on the Switch until it gets cheaper? Then here’s the best deal you’ll see in a while: a neon-coloured Switch for just over $380, shipping included.

The deal is available through EB Games’ eBay page right now, courtesy of a short-term deal that runs until April 8. If you use the PLAYER1 code at checkout, you’ll be able to drop the price from $469 to $375.20.

For those who prefer the all-grey Switch, that’s available here for $375.20 as well. Standard postage on either will set you back $4.95, bringing the price to just over $380. There’s also a bundle with a Wario amiibo, and a JoyCon charging dock for the exact same price.

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      • Yeh i tried to cancel it but Amazon are too quick. Had already been dispatched 20min after I bought it.

        I can always return it but i dont think i can be bothered for 40 bucks.

  • Is the switch Region locked?

    I will be going to japan in a few weeks time and am hoping to snag a cheap 2nd hand one or get a red hot deal at one of the department stores (as they offer store credit / points worth a fair bit)

      • Found a few online 2nd hand at the shop we will be visiting (think a non dodgy cash converters) ,

        The cheapest ones there work out to be around $365.00 which i think is the same as a hot deal that was posted here a few weeks back. Depends if they have gear with them, plus ill have to mess around with the plug converter.

        Japanese ppl usually leave the equipment in good shape with the boxes intact, depends on what we see when we get to the shop though.

        If there aren’t any ill just grab some more DBZ figures instead.

    • No they aren’t region locked. But just be wary if the Japanese version has different power requirements compared with the Aus version.

      Power outlets in Japan use only 100V, while Aus uses 240V

  • I’ve already got my Nintendo Switch and I absolutely love playing it in my room and with a whole list of games coming out later this year I can’t wait to get my hands on Activision and Vicarious Visions Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy, Nintendo and CAMELOT’S Mario Tennis Aces, Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze where you will get to play as Funky Kong, BANDAI NAMCO and Tarsier Studios Little Nightmares, Captain Toad Treasure Tracker which will include levels from Super Mario Odyssey, Koei Tecmo Europe’s Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition where you will get to play as your favourite characters even paid DLC characters from the Wii U and 3DS version of Hyrule Warriors and Super Smash Bros arriving for Nintendo Switch later this year. Nintendo has already sold around 10 million Nintendo Switch units and we’re expecting to reach 20 million Nintendo Switch units at the end of this year.

  • Are the Switches they’re making these days going to have the left JoyCon problem reported at launch?

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