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[Switch] Zelda: BOTW $62.10 / Super Mario Party $57.60 / Joy-Con Pair $84.60 + Shipping ($0 with eBay Plus) @ Catch via eBay

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Decent deals on some Switch games and Joy-Con’s (available in grey, neon, and yellow).

Link to Switch items on Catch’s eBay store - the link in the OP works fine on iOS, but is a bit wonky on Android.

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    Links to actual products?

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      Link should take you to all Switch items listed on Catch’s eBay store?

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        Ah I was on mobile, it was just showing "nintendo switch" products. Can see it's different on the computer.

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    Waiting for amazon price match

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    I'm looking up lowest historical amazon prices.
    BOTW: 62.95
    Super Mario Party: 62
    Joycon pair, grey: 77 for one day
    Joycon pair, neons: 84

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    Or wait for 20% off code for Catch eBay.

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    Thank you oP!

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    Fire Emblem: Three Houses is $61.20 with code and eBay Plus membership, lowest price so far.

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    Nintendo is one of the very few (so few in fact, I can't really think of any others) companies where you gotta buy their games day one, or not bother. I reject to paying a full day one price a good 2.5 years later, and I especially reject having to wait for a sale to get that price.

    Don't get me wrong, they're smart and I'd do the same thing, but for me as an individual, I would never pay that much for a game that old.

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      Nintendo games are inherently more expensive as they aren't distributed on discs. Look it up. So unfortunately they don't drop much in value (which is still a good thing for reselling and buying 2nd hand copies of games).

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        That's not the big reason.

        Nintendo titles remain exclusive and desirable, that's why they don't need to discount them.

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        This 'Nintendo is expensive because of the memory cards' argument is getting old. Wii games were still expensive and they were off the mill DVD's.

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      Strange logic, as the maintained prices reflect the used market too. BOTW for example, a check of eBay shows that used copies of the game sell on average for around $60. That applies to most, if not all, Nintendo first party games. No other platform maintains that sort of value on the used market. So in reality, if cost is a major concern, then you likely want to sell games once you are finished with them. In this case, Nintendo is more economical than Xbox and PlayStation (and 80% of my gaming is on PS4).

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        Certainly is flawed logic that only results in missing out on enjoyable content due to silly self made rules.

        I'll always pay for content that results in an enjoyable benefit/experience and would never allow a businesses pricing strategy to effect that choice. The switch has paid for itself and the memories created are worth much more than the arbitrary amount paid.

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