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Nintendo’s ‘Choose One’ Switch bundle that comes with a free game is now available

Pick one of three Mario titles to go with a pair of red Joy-Cons

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Promotional image of the Nintendo Switch Mario Choose One Bundle showing its red-and-blue box, which has an image of the Nintendo Switch on the front Image: Nintendo of America

Nintendo is offering a new Nintendo Switch bundle in observance of Mario Day (that’s Mar10, or March 10, for those not hip to informal holidays). The Mario Choose One Bundle comes with a download entitlement for one full Mario Switch game from the Nintendo eShop. The available games are: Super Mario Odyssey, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe or New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe. The bundle sells for $299.99 and is available through the My Nintendo Store online and through Amazon, Nintendo, Best Buy and Walmart. We expect more retailers to stock this bundle.

The console itself is black with a pair of red Joy-Con controllers. Buyers will also get a set of stickers from The Super Mario Bros. Movie, presumably to decorate the front of their dock. The film premieres April 5 in the U.S.

Value hunters who don’t already have Mario Kart 8 Deluxe might consider choosing that game and, with the money they save, buy the Booster Course Pass (it’s $24.99). Its latest wave of DLC launched March 9 and brought eight courses, plus two new Cup series each comprising four of those tracks.

Update (March 10): Added retailer links since the bundle is now available for purchase.

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