Amazon Prime Day 2022 latest Nintendo Switch deals: Animal Crossing and more
The second Prime Day sale has added more discounts on classic Nintendo Switch games, including the brand new Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak.
The obvious problem for Prime Day this year, and inevitably Black Friday when it comes around, is that there’s been so few new game releases lately there’s not much to actually discount that’s new.
The Nintendo Switch will have a busier second half of the year but already the second day of Prime Day (no, that doesn’t make much sense) has cut the price of Monster Hunter Rise + Sunbreak, which was released less than two weeks ago.
The recent Mario Strikers: Battle League Football is also in the sale, and so too is this year’s Kirby And The Forgotten Land.
A number of older titles have also been discounted, including the best-selling Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Most of the Nintendo Switch hardware bundles have sold out now but there is a new one with the Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes and another surprisingly good deal for Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak.
Nintendo Switch OLED bundles for Amazon Prime Day 2
Monster Hunter Rise + Sunbreak set + Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) – White – £337.99 (was £369.98)
Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes + Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) – White – £322.99 (was £359.98)
Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controller Pair – Neon Red/Neon Blue – £57.95 (was £74.99)
Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controller Pair – Purple/Orange – £58.99 (was £69.99)
Best Nintendo Switch game deals for Amazon Prime Day 2
Ring Fit Adventure – £49.45 (was £69.99)
Super Mario Party – £31.46 (was £49.99)
Mario Party Superstars – £35.99 (£49.99)
Monster Hunter Rise + Sunbreak – £49.49 (was £59.99)
Pokémon: Brilliant Diamond – £32.36 (was £49.99)
Mario Strikers: Battle League Football – £35.99 (was £49.99)
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – £36.99 (was £49.99)
Animal Crossing: New Horizons – £36.99 (was £49.99)
Kirby And The Forgotten Land – £39.95 (was £49.99)
Luigi’s Mansion 3 – £36.99 (was £45.83)
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