Nintendo online store selling refurbished Switch units for $275

At home, Nintendo Switch™ rests in the Nintendo Switch Dock that connects the system to the TV and lets you play with family and friends in the comfort of your living room. By simply lifting Nintendo Switch from the dock, the system will instantly transition to portable mode, and the same great gaming experience that was being enjoyed at home now travels with you. The portability of Nintendo Switch is enhanced by its bright high-definition display. It brings the full home gaming system experience with you to the park, on an airplane, in a car, or to a friend’s apartment.

This bundle includes the Nintendo Switch console and Nintendo Switch dock in black, with contrasting left and right Joy‑Con™ controllers—one red, one blue. It also includes all the extras you need to get started.

The Nintendo Switch is now available as an Authentic Nintendo Refurbished set only from Nintendo, and it comes with our standard one year warranty. Although it may have minor cosmetic blemishes, it is guaranteed to be fully functional. We think you will find the standards for Authentic Nintendo Refurbished Products are VERY high.


Nintendo Switch Console
Nintendo Switch Dock
Joy-Con (L) Neon Blue
Joy-Con (R) Neon Red
Joy-Con Wrist Straps
Joy-Con Grip
High Speed HDMI Cable
Nintendo Switch AC Adapter

Grab yours here

Categories: Deals and Finds, Consoles
Tags: switch


Tue Mar 13 18 05:36pm
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Failed! They should sell it for a 249.99 since it is refurbished. Therefore, I dont liked the color controllers. *FACEPALM*

Interesting that they admit they may not look up to snuff.

I feel like you might as well buy a new one if the discount is only 25 bucks.

Said most smart people who shop at Gamestop...

With the Target Red Card I payed 285 for a new one.

Not really worth it you might as well buy a new one

Too expensive for a product that's more likely to fail again than a brand new one

Well...atleast you get a discount.

Oh, I thought the Switch MSRP was 329, so this sounded like an okay deal. But it seems it's only 329 in Europe and it's actually 300 in the US. I didn't know we had to pay 10% extra in Europe. (Typically, the exchange rate between USD and EUR accounts for the difference in tax, which is why most games and consoles have a 1:1 exchange: 60-dollar games are also 60-euro games)

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