The Best 'Mario Day' Deals Nintendo Has to Offer

The Best 'Mario Day' Deals Nintendo Has to Offer
Mar 2023

The Best 'Mario Day' Deals Nintendo Has to Offer

For years, March 10 has come with Nintendo fans dressing up for themed parties and playing their favorite Mario games. In 2016, Nintendo decided to officially adopt the celebration as Mario Day, according to Mario Wiki. For fans of the franchise, this year's Mario Day comes with many activities, including some great deals on consoles and games. Here are our favorite ones.


Mario-theme Nintendo Switch Bundle

Nintendo released the Mario Choose One Bundle: a Switch console with a red Nintendo Switch Joy-Con and a choice of one of three games--Super Mario Odyssey, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, or New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe. Each of the three games usually retails for $60 but are currently discounted to $40, and your game of choice will be digitally downloaded into your console. The bundle costs $300, which is what a Nintendo Switch usually costs, but this'll come with a game included (and some "Super Mario Bros. Movie Sticker Sheets" of the upcoming movie set to release next month). You can buy the bundle at Nintendo or Best Buy on Mario Day.

Buy some of the best Mario games at a discount

There are some early deals on Nintendo Switch games as well, both digital and physical. Most are down from their original $60 price tag to about $40.

USB Power Bank

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Come with built-in micro USB cable, USB-C cable, iPhone lightning cable, and USB-A cable (used for charging the power bank itself). This is great for a group of mixed phone users needing to charge their iPhone and Android simultaneously.

Super Mario Odyssey - $40Mario Party Superstars - $40New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe - $40Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - $40Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury - $40Luigi's Mansion 3 - $40Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze - $40Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope - $30Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit - $60

Many other retailers will have their own Mario Day deals too--Best Buy, Amazon, Walmart, Target, and GameStop--so look around on March 10 if you want to compare prices.