This deal is valid for pickup orders and you need a membership
If you want a Switch OLED, you usually have to pay $349.99 — $50 more than a standard Switch. That’s not the case now for Sam’s Club members, who can get one, along with a whole bunch of free accessories, for $299.99 by choosing “Pick upbefore adding one to your cart.
In addition to the console, which includes two white Joy-Cons, this bundle comes with a 256GB SanDisk microSD card, a Faceoff Deluxe Plus wired PDP controller (featuring a headphone jack for wired listening), a PDP LVL40 wired gaming headset, and a carrying case. Mario comuter to bear it all. All of this normally costs $439.98, but you save $140.
At Sam’s Club, the Switch OLED (white) includes four accessories: a wired controller, a wired headset, a 256GB microSD card, and a commuter bag.
a Membership in Sam’s Club It costs $50 per year for the Club tier, or $110 per year for the Plus tier, which offers even more perks, including free shipping. Shipping for club tier members is $4, which isn’t bad.
As for what sets the Switch OLED apart from the standard Switch: It mostly comes down to the screen, though there are other perks. It features a 7-inch OLED 720p display, which has much greater contrast and color accuracy than the Switch’s standard 6.2-inch LCD panel. The Switch OLED also benefits from having twice the onboard storage (64GB vs. 32GB) around the screen, improved speakers, and a much better kickstand. However, in terms of power, it is identical to the other Switch consoles. One final advantage: Its dock has a built-in Ethernet port for wired connectivity, so you can get much faster download speeds and online performance without additional accessories.
This deal caught my attention Wario 64Twitter account, and the timing is great, because today is Mario Day, which is when Nintendo and many retailers discount almost anything with “Mario” in its name. Sam’s Club says this deal will run through April 9, but it might be best to take advantage of it sooner rather than later, in case low inventory causes the retailer to pull the offer.
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