Nintendo Switch with Red Joycons and Mario Odyssey download Limited Edition £319.99 - Argos incl £10 Gift voucher
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Nintendo Switch with Red Joycons and Mario Odyssey download Limited Edition £319.99 - Argos incl £10 Gift voucher

£319.99Argos Deals
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Edited by:"donerkebab"Found 25th Oct
Think this is cheapest way apart from risking Very to get the Switch



limited edition with Red Joycons and Mario - £319.99 with the the £10



Giftcard for spends over £100. Also 1% cashback via TCB/Quidco so



£306.79 total. Again is cheaper to get non red console and physical copy but option is here for those who do.

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*Odyssey

Cold again, better packages are available

Cold, Argos is worse than Very for customer service and that is saying something. Never buy big ticket items from them.

I wanted to get this bundle, but Nintendo can go ****** for charging me £40 for a digital code (which is linked to that one console), when I can by physical copy for £40 elsewhere.

If the console breaks, I lose the game as it's linked to the console. If I buy a physical copy, and the console breaks then I still have the game.

Hopefully Black Friday reveals a decent bundle (Switch with Mario + Rabbids and Zelda) and I'll buy Odyssey.
Edited by moderator: "removed swear" 25th Oct

LeeMeadows47 m ago

I wanted to get this bundle, but Nintendo can go ****** for charging me …I wanted to get this bundle, but Nintendo can go ****** for charging me £40 for a digital code (which is linked to that one console), when I can by physical copy for £40 elsewhere.If the console breaks, I lose the game as it's linked to the console. If I buy a physical copy, and the console breaks then I still have the game.Hopefully Black Friday reveals a decent bundle (Switch with Mario + Rabbids and Zelda) and I'll buy Odyssey.


Switch digital games are now tied to an account

LeeMeadows1 h, 0 m ago

I wanted to get this bundle, but Nintendo can go ****** for charging me …I wanted to get this bundle, but Nintendo can go ****** for charging me £40 for a digital code (which is linked to that one console), when I can by physical copy for £40 elsewhere.If the console breaks, I lose the game as it's linked to the console. If I buy a physical copy, and the console breaks then I still have the game.Hopefully Black Friday reveals a decent bundle (Switch with Mario + Rabbids and Zelda) and I'll buy Odyssey.



Not that I am a fan of digital games either, but how many consoles have you had break? I am curious, because I haven't had any, and I have owned SMS, SGG, SMD, NES, SNES, N64, Wii U and several 3DS units. Probably forgetting one or two somewhere, but my point is broken consoles must be pretty rare?

I intend to buy the Odyssey bundle, but I would sell the code on, and buy the game separately. Is a good solution...

noahsdad3 h, 44 m ago

Yes where are the better packages? In terms of offers actually available …Yes where are the better packages? In terms of offers actually available this seems to be the best today. Argos describe it as "Switch Console with Super Mario Odyssey and Case Pre-Order"So what exactly is the case? Is it a Odyssey themed case?



Case is probably this
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Edited by: "Retro89" 25th Oct

2minutenoodles18 h, 58 m ago

Cold, Argos is worse than Very for customer service and that is saying …Cold, Argos is worse than Very for customer service and that is saying something. Never buy big ticket items from them.


Are you kidding, argos will take anything back if there's a problem and give a replacement or refund. Never had issues with them

Tempted, although there is a lack of info on the case, I actually want to get the Odyssey case, but it would not surprise if it was a plain neutral case provided.

Is anyone expecting better offers on this bundle before Xmas? The good news is there appears to be plenty stock as everyone is still selling it with a day to go before release.

mart3215 h, 19 m ago

Are you kidding, argos will take anything back if there's a problem and …Are you kidding, argos will take anything back if there's a problem and give a replacement or refund. Never had issues with them


No i’m Not kidding. They are one of the worst but I did say big ticket items. In my experience anything over £300 and they don’t want to know.

2minutenoodles2 h, 6 m ago

No i’m Not kidding. They are one of the worst but I did say big ticket i …No i’m Not kidding. They are one of the worst but I did say big ticket items. In my experience anything over £300 and they don’t want to know.


Maybe I've been lucky then, I bought a surround sound system for over £300 a while ago, returned it once as I thought it was faulty and they took it back no issue. Decided I didn't want it around 9months later and again they took it back no issue.

2minutenoodles25th Oct

Cold, Argos is worse than Very for customer service and that is saying …Cold, Argos is worse than Very for customer service and that is saying something. Never buy big ticket items from them.


? never had a problem with Argos my self they have probably been the easiest retailer to deal with over the years for me re returns.

Not sure why this went so cold. You literally couldn't pay me to set up very credit account! Ok so its a digital copy of odyssey with obviously no resale value but considering you get teh red joy cons and a free case its not a horrible price. Have some belated heat.

The mysterious free case included which no info was given on seems to have been removed from the product page!

noahsdad25th Oct

Not that I am a fan of digital games either, but how many consoles have …Not that I am a fan of digital games either, but how many consoles have you had break? I am curious, because I haven't had any, and I have owned SMS, SGG, SMD, NES, SNES, N64, Wii U and several 3DS units. Probably forgetting one or two somewhere, but my point is broken consoles must be pretty rare?I intend to buy the Odyssey bundle, but I would sell the code on, and buy the game separately. Is a good solution...


I've had numerous Xbox 360's break on my over the years. One PS3 Phat and one Wii refused to read discs after about 2 years.

Old consoles like SNES and PS1's are built to last. I still have a lot of my original consoles from back in the day and work perfectly fine.

Today's tech is not as robust, hence why I want to either have a digital copy of my game to be switched to a new console if I want (like Live, PSN or Steam) and not locked to just one console.

Not much to ask of Nintendo to like the game to your online account is it in this day and age

Your either extremely unlucky or your not looking after your consoles. My SMS (first edition) must be the lightest consoles I have ever owned, it weighed hardly anything. Just cheap plastic, still running fine.

I get the preference for digital games, just not the reasoning is all.

noahsdad4 h, 2 m ago

Your either extremely unlucky or your not looking after your consoles. My …Your either extremely unlucky or your not looking after your consoles. My SMS (first edition) must be the lightest consoles I have ever owned, it weighed hardly anything. Just cheap plastic, still running fine.I get the preference for digital games, just not the reasoning is all.



Oh come on. Just google Xbox Red Ring of Death, or PS3 YLOD and you'll see no matter how hard you looked after those consoles the risk of fail was high.

My old consoles are fine and working, but newer tech is not. I'm not saying the switch will fail, but I'd rather have the freedom to have my games linked toy account rather than a console itself.

I am not saying one or the either, I just said your either extremely unlucky or not looking after your consoles.....

I don't play the mainstream mass produced consoles so have no personal experience, if you say they are prone to breakage, happy to take your word for it.
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