This bundle appears to be the bundle of choice for most retailers, and you can find it at Target, Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon and GameStop, all of which will have the bundle available during Black Friday.
The Nintendo Labo Robot Kit (typically $79.99) and the Labo Variety Kit ($69.99) can be purchased together at Best Buy for $99 from November 4 - December 1. The Robot Labo Kit is also $20 off if you purchase it alone.
The Switch and Labo aren't the only Nintendo platforms getting a holiday discount. The Mario Maker-themed 2DS, with the game pre-installed, will set you back just $79.99. Like the Switch bundle, it will be available at Target, Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon and GameStop.
Target's Black Friday sale on cases and controllers comes with a big caveat. Wireless Switch controllers weren't included in the deal. For Cyber Monday, the store included everything, but decreased the discount to 15%
Doom on Nintendo Switch may not look quite as nice as it does on other consoles, but it makes up for it with portability and surprisingly excellent motion control support. Now you can get it for about half off on the Nintendo eShop!
Despite being a mash-up that absolutely nobody was asking for, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle turned out to be a fantastic entry-level tactical shooter with a ton of personality. It's a weird match-up, to be sure, but it's also one of the best early games to release on the Switch.
Get the Gold Edition with all of the DLC for $31.99 -- that's more than half off of the $80 retail price!
Fallout 76 may not be heading to Switch, but fans of Bethesda's open-world games can still get a taste of adventure on the Nintendo Switch -- and for half off. At $29.99, this sale brings Nintendo's portable port of Skyrim closer to the price of the game on older consoles.