If you’ve been eyeing the Nintendo Switch, now is the time to buy as Nintendo Canada has announced a slight price drop, “just in time for the end of school and to kick-off the summer travel season.”
The company told iPhone in Canada in an emailed statement the console is now priced at $379.99, a $20 reduction from its previous $399.99 MSRP.
The pricing change takes place immediately at “most Canadian retailers,” which includes Walmart, Best Buy, EB Games, London Drugs, Toys R Us, Shoppers Drug Mart, The Source and Amazon.ca.
Click here to buy the Nintendo Switch from Amazon.ca. for $379.96.
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