Special Switch OLED Bundle Includes Special Mario Accessories and More

A new bundle for the Switch OLED comes with several Switch accessories themed after the Mario franchise. This is one of a few Switch bundles released to coincide with this year’s Mar10 Day.

Third-party accessories have become hugely popular on the Switch, particularly those that serve functions not met by first-party controllers or that are sold at more affordable prices. Some recent popular third-party options are the NYXI Wizard which gives gamers a wireless GameCube controller that can be used as Joy-Cons or the many accessories offered by PowerA and PDP. Both of these companies specialize in offering controllers, cases, and other accessories themed after popular Nintendo franchises like Mario, Animal Crossing, and The Legend of Zelda.


Coinciding with this year’s Mar10 Day, a new Switch bundle has been made available through Sam’s Club and comes with a number of Mario-themed accessories from PDP. This $300 Switch OLED bundle includes a white Switch OLED, a wired Faceoff Mario controller, a Mario Commuter Case, and PDP LVL40 Wired Stereo Mario Gaming Headset. On top of that, a Mario-themed 256 GB SanDisk micro SD is included, giving this bundle one of the best storage options for the Nintendo Switch on top of the 64 GB of internal storage included with the Switch OLED. This bundle is currently available at Sam’s Club for $300 through in-store pickup with a maximum of two purchases per membership.

This Switch OLED bundle distinguishes itself from the Mar10 Day Switch bundle offered by Nintendo which offered gamers the choice of one of three digital games as well as all red Joy-Cons. Rather, the bundle from Sam’s Club seems to be designed to give new Switch owners nearly everything they need to start their Switch journey, particularly if they are a fan of the Mario series and are interested in getting a second controller for multiplayer games. While those buying this bundle will still have to buy their games separately, they will have no trouble storing them on their console thanks to the included micro SD card.

As the Switch enters what seems to be the home stretch of its life, those who have skipped out on the console up until this point may want to see what they missed out on and play future releases like The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. While buying secondhand systems remains a popular option, the risks associated with buying a used Switch console could be enough to detract people from buying secondhand. Thanks to bundles like these, the door has been opened for many to enjoy Nintendo’s past and future offerings on the Switch.

Source: Sam’s Club

Source: Gamerant

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