Nintendo Switch for only €199: Be quick now

The Nintendo Switch is currently discounted like never before. But the stock is limited – interested parties should strike quickly.

The mobile network provider Freenet not only offers smartphones and tariffs, but also occasionally other devices and gadgets. Currently the

Nintendo Switch (2nd generation)

offered at an unbeatable price of 199 euros.

That’s not only 130 euros below the RRP, but also 80 euros cheaper than at any other retailer. The Nintendo Switch has never been so cheap – a look at the common price comparison portals tells us that. The offer is not tied to a collective bargaining agreement or the like, but can be purchased in the normal way in the shop.

Nintendo Switch for 199 euros at Freenet

The console is already sold out online, but pickup in some stores is still possible.

To have the Nintendo Switch reserved for collection, simply place it in the shopping cart and look for a branch near you where the Nintendo Switch is still in stock when you check out.

Nevertheless, you have to be quick, the stock for online sales was used up after a few hours. No wonder given the console’s price point and popularity.

Nintendo Switch (2nd generation)

The Nintendo Switch has already sold over 100 million units, making it Nintendo’s most successful game console. The hybrid of handheld and stationary console has all the Nintendo classics such as Super Mario, Zelda and Pokemon in its repertoire. The second generation is almost identical to the first, but thanks to more efficient chips it offers a thirty percent increase in battery performance.

  • TV console and handheld in one

  • Play anytime, anywhere on the 6.2-inch (15.75 cm) multi-touch display

  • New Joy-Con controllers for realistic, interactive fun

  • Play together, locally or in online multiplayer mode

  • 32 GB memory (expandable via microSD card)

The Nintendo Switch is available from Freenet in the classic red/blue combination or in grey.

Nintendo Switch for 199 euros at Freenet

In addition to the regular Switch, Nintendo has released a version with an OLED display. This is available from around 325 euros.

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