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SAVE $100: As of Nov. 24, Walmart has the Nintendo Switch bundle with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and 3 months of Nintendo online membership for $299.99. That's a savings of 25%.

Nintendo's perennially popular Switch console and Mario Kart are a perfect match, and just like in 1998, nothing is more exciting for a kid than to open up a brand new Nintendo console on Christmas. That's why this Walmart deal is hard to pass up: you'll get a Switch with neon blue and red JoyCon controls, a full game download of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and 3 months of Nintendo Switch Online, all for $299.99. That's $100 off its regular price. Let's-a go!

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe brings more of what everyone loves: more tracks (48 more in total), more characters, more gameplay modes, and perhaps most importantly, more nostalgia. With remakes of all of your favorites from Nintendo 64, 3DS, Game Boy Advance, and Wii, this one includes all the Booster Course Pass packs. And Nintendo Switch Online unlocks the e-store to download 100+ classic Nintendo, Super Nintendo, and Nintendo 64 games — as well as the ability to earn Gold Points on DLCs, save to the cloud, play with friends, and relive your childhood.

This is bound to sell out. Check out the bundle for $100 off while it's still around.

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