Cheapest Nintendo Switch Black Friday deal arrives as UK supermarket cuts price

The Nintendo Switch is by far the most popular Black Friday buy this year, in part thanks to the release of the high-end OLED model in September.

While the likes of Amazon and Curry's have great offers on Nintendo Switch bundles this Black Friday, you could make a big saving by buying the console on its own.

If that's the case, then it's your lucky day: UK supermarket Morrison's has just announced a great deal on the standard Switch which knocks almost twenty percent off the recommended retail price.

Nintendo's standard Switch console retails at around £279.99 and is a hit with kids and adults alike thanks to a range of exciting, colourful games, as well as the ability to use the console with a TV or on the go.

However, Morrison's has revealed it will be selling the console for £230 in the lead-up to Black Friday, making it cheaper than either Amazon or Curry's (where it is on sale for £259.99).

It doesn't come with extra Joy-Cons or a bundled game however. If you're after a Nintendo Switch bundle, the UK Nintendo store is doing some good deals direct to customers, including £259.99 for a Switch bundled with Mario Kart and three months of Switch Online, Nintendo's multiplayer subscription service.

There are a range of Nintendo Switch consoles now available. The Switch Lite is the cheapest model, and comes in a range of bright colours for around £170. However, you can't use it with a TV as it only works in portable mode.

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The flagship OLED model meanwhile comes in at around £350, but boasts a bigger and brighter screen.

Morrison's will only be offering the standard original Switch.

However, the supermarket will be doing an amazing 50 percent off a full English breakfast this week, so if you're visiting one of their superstores for a cheap Switch on sale, you'll be able to get some reasonably priced grub as well.

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