Currys has fab Switch bundles on offer with Mario and Minecraft going cheap

Piping hot deals.

An excellent set of Nintendo Switch bundles is currently available at Currys PC World. We've already seen that Aldi will have a Switch for £230 over Black Friday, but while a cheap console is nothing to sniff at, you'll likely have an even better time if you've some games to play as well.

That's what Currys is offering here, with a £299 bundle that bags you a Nintendo Switch and a copy of Super Mario 3D All-Stars, the combo game released to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Super Mario franchise. That's right, 35. Everyone's favourite video game plumber is no longer chasing after princesses and partying all night with Yoshi, he's settling down and packaging up three of his best 3D games (Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy) into one collection.

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Bought separately, the game and console will set you back £323.99, so this deal saves you a none too shabby £24.99. And, of course, Currys price match scheme means if you do happen to find a cheaper offer, you can get the store to match the new price, even up to a week after you make your purchase.

If three games in one still isn't enough to sate your voracious video game appetite, then for a tenner more you can add another title to the bundle - a little underground indie darling known as Minecraft. That's £309 for the console and both games, but now saving you a whopping £34.98.

Currys aren't letting on how long the deal will last, so if this is the bundle for you it might be best to act sooner rather than later.

If these games or these prices aren't your cup of tea and you want to see what other Nintendo Switch Black Friday offers are available, then you may want to bookmark our hub page. Check back regularly, we'll be adding new Switch deals as and when they pop up.

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