Get a $35 gift card when you buy a Nintendo Switch Animal Crossing Edition from Dell

GET A $35 EGIFT CARD: As of Nov. 23, get a free $35 Dell promo eGift card with the purchase of a Nintendo Switch Animal Crossing-edition console.

Looking for the perfect gift for the gamers in your life? Or maybe you’ve been waiting to lock in a Nintendo Switch of your own. This deal from Dell might finally be your sign to go ahead and add one of Nintendo’s hybrid console/handheld systems to your cart.

Right now, Dell is offering a free $35 Dell promo eGift card with the purchase of a Nintendo Switch Animal Crossing-edition console. While the Switch is still $299.99, that effectively knocks the price down to $264.99 if you choose to use the gift card to purchase something else at the retailer. It’s important to keep in mind, however, that this is not the newer Nintendo Switch – OLED Model, which has a brighter screen and a slew of additional improvements. But it’s still every bit worth buying.

As far as special edition Nintendo Switch systems go, this one is by far one of the best-looking. You can’t purchase these unique pastel mint and light blue Joy-Con controllers easily outside of nabbing an entire system, and the dock featuring Tom Nook and his nephews Timmy and Tommy may be one of the cutest things to have ever adorned a physical system. We’ll just ignore the fact that they’re making a racket off of you in-game.

Unfortunately, this special edition Switch does not come pre-loaded with a copy of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. You can use the gift card you score after purchase to buy it at Dell, though. The retailer has several other Nintendo Switch games and accessories in stock too, including favorites like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. You can even snag a Nintendo Switch 128GB microSD Card to store downloaded games on for $29.99 right now, an essential for any Switch owner. If you’re shopping for more Switch goodies, it certainly won’t be difficult to find something to spend that extra $35 on.

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