The hard-to-find Nintendo Switch Mario Party Superstars console bundle is in stock and $20 off!



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Holiday gift win! Here's a rare deal on a console bundle that's increasingly hard to find. (Photo: Nintendo)

Holiday gift win! Here’s a rare deal on a console bundle that’s increasingly hard to find. (Photo: Nintendo)

Is someone hoping to find a Nintendo Switch under the tree this year? Good luck — the game console is increasingly hard to find at Amazon, Walmart and other big stores. Some resellers are offering it online, but at a premium.

Good news: For a limited time, and while supplies last, Daily Steals has the Nintendo Switch Mario Party Superstars bundle for $340 with promo code SBDSNSM. That’s actually $20 below the retail price and a very rare deal.

$340 with promo code (save $20)

The Switch itself has been a perennial favorite for years, offering both handheld and big-screen gaming (the latter via an included TV dock) for both casual and hardcore players.

As for Mario Party Superstars, the one included game, it’s new this year. From a series that dates all the way back to the Nintendo 64 console, Superstars is a kind of hybrid of board games and mini games, with support for online play and random matchmaking.

If you’ve never shopped at (or heard of) Daily Steals, rest easy: It’s legit. The company has been around a long time and often serves up some of the best prices anywhere.

In fact, right now you can preorder a couple other new Switch games that you won’t currently find for less:

(Note that these are preorders; the games aren’t scheduled to ship until around Nov. 19.)

I don’t imagine this Switch deal will last long, and I certainly don’t expect to see a lower price. Grab it before it’s gone!

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