Get A Used Nintendo Switch For $210, And More Gaming Deals From Amazon’s Huge Sale (US)

Earth Day is quickly approaching–it’s next Monday, April 22, in case you didn’t know–and in the spirit of reuse and avoiding waste, Amazon is offering 20% off used PS4, Switch, and Xbox One games, consoles like the Nintendo Switch, wireless controllers, PC gaming accessories, and more this week. Because they’re used, many of these products are already discounted, so there are some pretty decent deals with the additional markdown.

The 20% off discount will be applied automatically during checkout–you’ll be able to see the reduction when you get to the Shipping & Payment portion. And if you have Prime, you’ll get free two-day shipping as usual. While used, the products are all in “good,” “very good,” or “like new” condition and are shipped and sold by Amazon, so you can rest assured the deals are legit.

It’s a good time to pick up a Nintendo Switch, as you can grab one here for around $210. There’s an excellent price on the HTC VIVE VR system, which generally sells for $500 but is available here for $338. Used Xbox wireless controllers are available for well under $40 in multiple colors, with the white version selling for just $27. Meanwhile, you can pick up a black DualShock 4 wireless controller for only $34.

There are quite a few used games to pick from in this sale, but the highlights include a Bayonetta 2 + Bayonetta bundle for Switch for about $33, Kingdom Hearts III for $26 on PS4 and $28 for Xbox One, Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee for $34 and Let’s Go, Pikachu for $38, God of War for $21, and Fallout 76 for the record-low price of $15.37 on PS4.

The Amazon Warehouse Earth Week sale is running now through April 22.

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See some of our gaming-related picks from the sale below–we’ve already calculated the 20% off discount for you so you can see the price that will show up at checkout.

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from GameSpot – Game News

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