Amazon is serving up some fantastic Nintendo Switch OLED bundles this weekend

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The Nintendo Switch OLED may have been on the shelves for over two years, but it’s only just starting to see its own discounts. Rather than saving £10 or £20 on the console by itself, though, Amazon is offering up some fantastic bundles this week, offering over £50 off a console and game together. 

These aren’t cheap games, either. We normally see smaller releases included in Nintendo Switch OLED deals; think more Sparks of Hope, Just Dance, and Minecraft - games that generally only have a £20 price tag by themselves. This week, though, we’ve got everything from Super Mario Bros. Wonder to Princess Peach Showtime, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom to Super Mario Odyssey. With sale prices dropping the vast majority of these bundle prices down below the standard £309.99 cost of the console itself, things are looking particularly impressive on these shelves. 

The cheapest of today’s Nintendo Switch deals is a Super Mario Bros. Wonder bundle (now £304.90 at Amazon). With the full price of the 2023 release included, that’s £359.98 worth of value for £5 less than the OLED’s RRP. At the other end of the (small) scale, we have The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. This is a pricier game, so the £314.99 bundle price is a little over the standard cost of the console. That’s still excellent value, though - the £59.99 RRP of the game itself generally only ticks down to around £45, so grabbing it for a fiver is a solid result. 

You’ll find all of today’s biggest Nintendo Switch bundles at Amazon just below. 

Today's best Nintendo Switch OLED bundles

Nintendo Switch OLED | Super Mario Bros. Wonder |£359.98 £304.90 at AmazonSave £55 -

Nintendo Switch OLED | Super Mario Bros. Wonder | £359.98 £304.90 at Amazon
Save £55 - Not only are you saving £5 on the price of the Nintendo Switch OLED itself here, but you’re also getting a free copy of Super Mario Bros. Wonder included. That’s a fantastic offer considering this is a fairly recent release and still goes for around £35 even when on sale. 

Buy it if: 

✅ You want classic Mario platforming
✅ You like playing couch co-op
✅ You want a wide difficulty scale

Don't buy it if: 

❌ You prefer 3D Mario

Nintendo Switch OLED | Animal Crossing: New Horizons |£359.98 £306.94 at AmazonSave £53 -

Nintendo Switch OLED | Animal Crossing: New Horizons | £359.98 £306.94 at Amazon
Save £53 - Animal Crossing might be an older release, but it’s still generally found for £36.99 even on sale. You’re getting the £49.99 title included for free with this Nintendo Switch OLED bundle and still saving a few quid on the device itself. 

Buy it if: 

✅ You want that cosy Island life
✅ You have friends that also play
✅ You liked previous AC games

Don't buy it if: 

❌ You want a fast-paced game

Nintendo Switch OLED | Super Mario Odyssey |£359.98 £307.94 at AmazonSave £52 -

Nintendo Switch OLED | Super Mario Odyssey | £359.98 £307.94 at Amazon
Save £52 - Super Mario Odyssey is the oldest game on this list, but it still commands a price tag that sits closer to £40 than £30. That means you’re getting excellent value here, grabbing both the game and a handheld for just £307.94. 

Buy it if: 

✅ You like 3D platformers
✅ You have a player 2 ready
✅ You want more exploration than platforming

Don't buy it if: 

❌ You’re expecting sidescrolling

Nintendo Switch OLED | Princess Peach Showtime | £359.98 £309.90 at AmazonSave £50 -

Nintendo Switch OLED | Princess Peach Showtime | £359.98 £309.90 at Amazon
Save £50 - We’ve gone from the oldest to the newest, with Princess Peach Showtime receiving the same bundle treatment despite only hitting the shelves in March. This bundle comes in at the same price as the OLED console by itself but with that free £49.99 game included. Even with recent sales dropping the title to £39.99 that’s still fantastic value. 

Buy it if: 

✅ You’re buying for kids
✅ You want a more relaxing platformer
✅ You like puzzle mechanics 

Don't buy it if: 

❌ You want a more difficult game

Nintendo Switch OLED | The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom |£369.98 £314.99 at AmazonSave £54 -

Nintendo Switch OLED | The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom | £369.98 £314.99 at Amazon
Save £54 - This Tears of the Kingdom bundle is slightly more expensive than the console itself but still nets you a more premium game for just £5 overall. Launching at a higher £59.99 RRP, the latest open-world Zelda camps out at a £45 price these days, making today’s offer particularly impressive. 

Buy it if: 

✅ You enjoyed Breath of the Wild
✅ You like open-world games
✅ You have the time to invest

Don't buy it if: 

❌ You prefer classic Zelda dungeons

Should you buy the Nintendo Switch OLED? 

Nintendo Switch with Super Mario Wonder on screen

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The Nintendo Switch OLED is the latest and greatest in Ninty’s hybrid gaming handheld lineup. While it keeps the same internal power as the standard model, it’s much better geared towards those who mostly play in handheld mode. That’s because of the improved (and slightly bigger) OLED panel up top and the longer battery life under the hood. It’s still the same core experience when docked, though, so if you don’t see yourself playing on the go too often, the standard edition is better value for money. 

Of course, there’s also the Nintendo Switch 2 problem. With the brand’s next console currently slated to arrive in 2025, the OLED’s position on the market is a little compromised. Rumors currently have it that the next handheld will be announced in March, though, which still gives you a full year of play before the next device. 

There’s risk in both diving in and waiting here. If you know you want the Nintendo Switch 2 from day one, then we’d recommend holding off on the OLED (especially if you’re upgrading from another Switch console). The risk here, though, lies in the fact that we really don’t know anything about the successor - you don’t know what you’re waiting for, and you could be enjoying a year of gaming in the meantime. 

Of course, the risk of jumping straight in with today’s Nintendo Switch deals is that the next device will come along, offer a better experience, and you’ll want to trade in sooner than you had expected. 

It all comes down to this, though. If you want to be playing Switch games for the next 12 months, you’ll want to take advantage of today’s offers. There’s still too much up in the air to seriously recommend holding off for the Switch 2 in general - and many will be waiting for the next release to drop its price later on anyway.

Kit out your new device will all the best Nintendo Switch accessories and the best Nintendo Switch controllers for a full setup - and be sure to keep an eye on upcoming Prime Day Nintendo Switch deals for more offers on games and gadgets.  

Tabitha Baker
Managing Editor - Hardware

Managing Editor of Hardware at GamesRadar+, I originally landed in hardware at our sister site TechRadar before moving over to GamesRadar. In between, I've written for Tom’s Guide, Wireframe, The Indie Game Website and That Video Game Blog, covering everything from the PS5 launch to the Apple Pencil. Now, i'm focused on Nintendo Switch, gaming laptops (and the keyboards, headsets and mice that come with them), PS5, and trying to find the perfect projector.