Prime Day Switch OLED deals have now officially passed once again with the end of Amazon's Big Deal Days sales event. However, you might get lucky with some of the discounts and price cuts that have stuck around both at Amazon and other retailers who are still vying for your attention.
We didn't see too much magic going on in the way of massive cuts on the upgraded console now that the Nintendo Switch OLED is fully stocked and readily available in both the US and the UK - but we're still holding out hope given it's the most sales-y time of year once again.
To browse more like that, then it's worth popping over to see what the best, broader Prime Day gaming deals that are still live are like, while there may also be some Prime Day Xbox Series X deals and Prime Day PS5 deals still lingering about too.
Prime Day Nintendo Switch OLED deals: Quick Links
- Walmart: grab a refurbished Switch OLED for just $285
- Switch OLED (UK): Limited Edition Pokémon Switch in stock for £319
- Game deals: Up to $30 off top titles like Animal Crossing and Sonic Frontiers
- microSD card deals: SanDisk's 128GB microSDXC card at $14.25
- Switch headsets: Save $30 on Logitech headsets
US alternative retailers:
- Best Buy: Save $50 on the neon red and blue Switch OLED
- GameStop: Buy one get one free on pre-owned Nintendo Switch games
- Walmart: Save $30 on Nintendo Switch OLED consoles
UK alternative retailers:
- Very: Save over £10 on Nintendo Switch games
- Game: Save over £10 on bundles including free gifts and games
- Argos: Offers available with accompanying accessories with OLED console
- Smyths: Over £10 off OLED consoles
US Prime Day Nintendo Switch OLED deals
Nintendo Switch – OLED Model (white):
was $349 now $311 at Walmart
Save $38 - This is a pretty substantial saving for the Nintendo Switch OLED console, and it's brand new, in case you weren't too keen on picking up a refurbished unit. Right now, Walmart's offer wins out as Amazon stock remains at retail price.
Price check: Amazon - $349
Renewed Nintendo Switch OLED (Neon)
was $345 now $289.00 at Amazon
Save $56 - Amazon rarely reduces the price of a Nintendo Switch OLED, and we haven't seen any premium discounts yet this Prime Day, but we are seeing a reasonable discount on refurbished models if you don't mind sacrificing having a brand-new console in favor of saving some money to put toward either a game or some accessories.
Nintendo Switch OLED (white): $345 at Amazon
We know that Nintendo can be a little stingy when it comes to savings on the Nintendo Switch OLED, so it's always worth checking in on big savings events like today. We are hoping to see the price of this product drop as the event continues, so it's worth bookmarking. It's as slight reduction from the standard $349 price, but we'd like to see it come down a little more.
Nintendo Switch OLED Zelda Limited Edition 5 in 1 Collection:
was $553.49 now $449.99 at Walmart
Save $104 - This fantastic bundle grabs you the Nintendo Switch OLED Zelda limited edition, a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and various accessories. This is a phenomenal deal if you're looking to upgrade to an OLED and nab one of the best Nintendo Switch games while you're at it.
Restored Nintendo Switch OLED (Neon):
was $319 now $262.00 at Walmart
Save $57 - In comparison to Amazon deals we are seeing on the Nintendo Switch OLED this year, you'll be saving a lot more money on refurbished consoles. Looking at and functioning like a brand new product, you're still making an excellent saving on the pretty stingy hardware.
UK Prime Day Nintendo Switch OLED deals
Nintendo Switch OLED Mario Red: £309 on Amazon
We aren't seeing a drastic discount on this console yet, but it's around £10 cheaper than other special edition OLED consoles available - plus, with Super Mario Bros. Wonder releasing this month, now is the best time to purchase before it becomes more scarce in its availability.
Nintendo Switch OLED Tears of the Kingdom edition - £305.00 on Amazon
It's rare to see a huge discount on limited edition Nintendo Switch OLED consoles, but this one in particular shaves around £13 off its retail price. Of course, it won't come with a copy of the game, but you'll be able to put your savings toward a copy.
Nintendo Switch OLED with Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Edition: £389 at Very
This is a bundle we've seen at past Prime Day events, but it's always a good one for those who love to catch 'em all. You'll get a Nintendo Switch OLED console, and copies of both Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
Nintendo Switch OLED + Nitro Deck Purple Limited Edition:
was £399.98 now £379.99 at Game
Save £20 - This superb Nintendo Switch bundle at Game lets you save a bit of cash on the excellent Nitro Deck accessory, which we've ranked as our top choice on our best Nintendo Switch accessories list.
Amazon Prime Day Switch OLED deals: FAQs
When do the October Amazon Prime Big Deal Days end?
Amazon Prime Big Deal Days concluded at midnight on October 11.
Do I need a Prime subscription to take part in the Prime Day gaming deals?
In short, yes. You need an Amazon Prime subscription to take part in the Prime Day gaming deals. That's because the vast majority of the offers available will be exclusive to Prime members, however, there's also the Lightning deals which are short-fire offers, too.
Get a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime
Amazon is currently offering a free 30-day free trial of its Prime service which if activated now will carry you through the Prime Day gaming deals. You'll also get to try out the Prime Video streaming service and next-day delivery. If you choose to use the service afterward it retails for $14.99 / £8.99.
Interested in consoles besides the Nintendo Switch OLED following Amazon Prime Day? Have a look at our Amazon Prime Day Nintendo Switch deals guide. Or if you're after another brand entirely, we have Amazon Prime Day Xbox Series X deals and Prime Day PS5 deals guides, alongside our general Amazon Prime Day gaming deals hub to make sure you've got eyes on all the best deals.
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