Nintendo Switch consoles are going cheap in Asda for Black Friday

(Super) market prices.

Update: Asda has just made this Nintendo Switch deal unavailable so either they've hit pause or run out of stock for now. In the meantime, you can keep track of all the other Switch Black Friday deals right here for any similar bargains.

Original story: Those in the UK looking for Black Friday deals on Nintendo Switch consoles have good news: Asda are selling Switches and Switch Lites for up to £40 off for the near future as part of their Rollback deal. This means that customers could buy the console and a game for the same price as just the console, or make a serious saving on Christmas and birthday presents for the end of the year.

So far Asda have not said whether the sale will last beyond Black Friday weekend, but we'd be very surprised if it did, so it's likely worth grabbing as soon as possible before the deal (and supplies) both run out. We've listed all the discounted options below, and we'll be sure to keep you updated if more information reveals itself.

Of course, while this is the best Black Friday Switch discount currently available, we have been hearing rumours that Aldi will be dropping prices even further, down to £229.99. However, this won't be landing until November 27th and is likely to disappear very quickly, so this might be your safer option, especially considering the final difference is only ten pounds. Of course, if you're a daring dealer determined to grab yourself the best price possible, you could always hold out until the end.

Mind you, there's much more to owning a Switch than just the console. We've outlined all the best Nintendo bargains on consoles, games and accessories at our Nintendo Switch Black Friday 2020 deals page, or you can check out the best Black Friday offers on 4K TVs. Or why not head to the Jelly Deals Twitter for instant deals and discounts as they appear!

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