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Nintendo Switch deals: Black Friday might be over, but you can still save £60 at eBay

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The best Nintendo Switch deal we can find right now allows you to pick up the brilliant portable games console for just £240, a big £60 saving on the original price.

Despite the arrival of the new Nintendo Switch OLED, the standard Switch is still in huge demand. It's fun, family-friendly and offers top-tier games in the iconic Mario and Zelda series.

We can't see this deal being beaten as we leave Black Friday weekend behind and transition into Cyber Monday. What's more, there's a good chance it could sell out with demand still huge ahead of Christmas.

Nintendo Switch £300

Nintendo Switch £300 £239.99 at eBay (save £60)
Unlike the PlayStation and Xbox, the Nintendo Switch doubles as a portable console. Slot the tablet-sized screen into the controller, and you can take Mario Kart, Donkey Kong and Animal Crossing wherever you go. 

Prefer nostalgic family fun to bloody-thirsty shoot 'em ups? The Nintendo Switch is the console for you. It more than makes up for a lack of raw power and 4K graphics with an awesome selection of games.

The Switch has an extra trick up its sleeve, too: it doubles as a portable games console. Simply slot the tablet-sized screen into the controller, and you can game on the go, without the need for a TV. Clever.

Sales of games consoles are through the roof right now, what with more of us spending time at home and the winter nights drawing in. So to see eBay slash 20% off the Nintendo Switch is a welcome surprise.  

Want a more affordable system? The Nintendo Switch Lite costs £200 and is purely for gaming on the go. It has a smaller screen and doesn't come with a dock for playing games on your TV.

There's also the newly launched Switch OLED, of course. At £310, it's much pricier, but it does offer some nice upgrades, including a 7-inch OLED display, enhanced audio and extra internal storage. 


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Tom has been writing about tech for 17 years, first on staff at T3 magazine, then in a freelance capacity for Men's Health, ShortList, The Sun, The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph and many more (including What Hi-Fi?). His specialities include mobile tech, electric cars and video streaming.