Walmart Exclusive Nintendo Switch Bundle Includes Mario Tennis Aces and 1-2-Switch for $360

Walmart Exclusive Nintendo Switch Bundle Includes Mario Tennis Aces and 1-2-Switch for $360

Two games and a console. Not bad.

It's year two of the Nintendo Switch and we're starting to see some more bundles coming out for Nintendo's hybrid console. The most recent is a Walmart exclusive Mario Tennis Aces bundle which offers the system, a digital copy of Mario Tennis Aces, and a digital copy of 1-2-Switch for $360.

Mario Tennis Switch bundle.

Here's the math. A Switch on its own costs $299.99, and a copy of Mario Tennis Aces is $59.99 full price. So, the added value of the bundle comes from the free copy of 1-2-Switch which retails for $39.99 but can probably be purchased used for less.

Still, that's a savings of about $40, plus you get one really good Switch game (Mario Tennis) and a fun Switch distraction (1-2-Switch). That's a pretty good deal I'd say.

The Mario Tennis Aces bundle is exclusive to Walmart and will go on sale on September 5. So far, it's the only holiday Switch bundle we've seen, but it's only August so it's not even really peak holiday shopping time.

Check out our Switch guide for how to get the most out of your Nintendo Switch if you decide to pick up the bundle next month.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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