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An eBay site-wide coupon is still the best way to buy a Switch

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Today only, eBay is taking 15 percent off everything in its marketplace with code PICKSOON. As we’ve mentioned before, this is the best time to buy a Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo isn’t going to discount the Switch anytime soon, so this coupon is just about the only way to get any sort of discount on the console outside of a few bundles. There are a few caveats: When these coupons drop, eBay sellers often jack up the prices a bit to compensate. However, you can still find a Switch for about $25 below MSRP. Nintendo’s also selling factory refurbished consoles for around $234.

Several Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles and bundles are on sale as well. A PlayStation Hits bundle includes a PlayStation 4 Slim 1 TB, three PlayStation exclusive games — God of War, Gran Turismo Sport and Uncharted 4 — for $319.59 (usually $375.99). Another bundle includes a PlayStation 4 Slim 1 TB, standard DualShock 4 controller, 500 Million Limited Edition DualShock controller and Spider-Man for $368.04 (usually $432.99).

If you’re in the market for an Xbox One, the best deal is on a bundle that includes an Xbox One X 1 TB, PUBG and Shadow of the Tomb Raider for $424.99 (usually $499.99). An Assassin’s Creed Origins Xbox One S bundle for $261.91 (usually $279).

A few more highlights from the sale are below. Popular products tend to sell out or change prices when these coupons drop, but there are multiple listings for most consoles and games. We’ll keep this post updated, but if a link below is sold out you can try searching for another listing.

The code applies to all orders over $25 and the maximum discount is $100. This deal ends at 9 p.m. EDT today, Sept. 27.