One of the understated best Nintendo Switch deals is back

Pokémon trainers are chasing two Nintendo Switch vouchers.

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Nintendo has brought back its coupon program just in time for some serious savings on some of the Switch’s biggest games. Lost turn 3 or bayonet 3 last year? Now you can snag both for over $20 off.

For the uninitiated, the voucher program works like this. Existing Switch Online subscribers can pay $100 for two coupons that can be used toward redeeming digital versions of eligible full-price games. You’re effectively saving $20, and you’re still getting the $5 cashback in gold coins which you can use for future purchases. You can have up to eight vouchers at a time and they are valid for 12 months. Here are some of the games you can currently redeem them on:

  • Engage Fire Emblem
  • Pokémon Violet/Scarlet
  • bayonet 3
  • turn 3
  • Xenoblade Chronicles 3
  • Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes
  • Mario Strikers: Battle League
  • Kirby and the forgotten land
  • triangle strategy
  • Pokémon Legends: Arceus
  • Metroid horror
  • Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury
  • Demon X Machina
  • astral chain
  • Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  • Super Mario Odyssey
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  • Mario Kart 8 deluxe

I’ve knocked on this program in the past, and sure it would be better if you could apply the savings equally to cheaper games or individual purchases. But Nintendo did one surprising number of sales during the last yearand more precisely, the vouchers are a nice way to get new things cheaper.

Continue reading: Engage Fire Emblem: The kotaku review

I wouldn’t use them to grab games as old as, say, Mario Kart 8 deluxe or breath of the wild, because while these are both excellent and timeless, they’re also often for sale for just under $40 each. Games like 2017 Xenoblade Chronicles 2, meanwhile, almost never went on sale for less than $60. And big releases of 2022 like Kirby and the forgotten land probably won’t get any other meaningful discounts for a while either. So the coupon program offers some value if you want to save on certain games. One of the understated best Nintendo Switch deals is back

Curtis Crabtree

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