This $299 Nintendo Switch deal is only available today

500 units go on sale from 2:00PM AEDT (exclusive to eBay Plus subscribers).

Brodie Fogg
Editorial Lead
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February 24, 2021
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Nintendo Switch Black Friday deal

From today, eBay Plus subscribers can find exclusive, limited-time deals on select products every Tuesday, thanks to the new eBay Tuesdays campaign. On the eve of this new weekly sales event, eBay has revealed its headline deal: the $299 Nintendo Switch. The beloved console typically retails for around $429 here in Australia, so you can save yourself roughly $130 if you sign up for a free trial of eBay Plus and pop over to the eBay Tuesdays landing page.

If you’re just reading this now, you’ve already missed out on the 10:00AM drop, but there’s still one last chance to score a $299 Nintendo Switch.

How to get the $299 Nintendo Switch deal on eBay

At 2:00PM AEDT, head to the eBay Tuesdays landing page and scroll down to the Nintendo Switch deal. The landing page for the Switch deal won’t go live until 2:00PM AEDT, but you should find it there when it does go live.

Most importantly, you need to be subscribed to eBay Plus to get the Nintendo Switch deal. We strongly recommend signing up well before 2:00PM if you’re planning on nabbing the Nintendo Switch. Signing up only takes a few minutes, but there are only 500 units on sale, and they’ll likely sell out quickly. eBay Plus subscriptions cost $49 per year and there’s a free 30-day trial if you’re only in it for the cheap Switch.

What is eBay Plus?

Put simply, eBay Plus is eBay’s equivalent of Amazon Prime. It’s a shopping subscription that gets you free standard delivery and express delivery on select products, exclusive access to select eBay discounts and deals, free returns and more.

The $299 Nintendo Switch deal is just one part of today’s eBay Tuesdays event. You can also grab some cheap movie tickets to Hoyts (including Gold Class), 22% off select Dell products and more.

Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at Reviews.org. He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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