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[Club Catch] Nintendo Switch Mario Red & Blue Edition $429 Delivered @ Catch

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10% off Catch Gift Cards @ Australia Post - will bring the price down to $386.10

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  • -1 vote

    Wonder if they've sold one of these monstrosities yet

    • +8 votes

      I really like it, each to their own I guess.

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      My friend bought one, it actually look that bad.

      the red is lighter though than the Mario Odyssey edition joycons.

    • +4 votes

      Not my thing either, but I'm trying to understand what all the hate is about?

      The console itself is less crazy than the red/blue version of the standard one. It just has the extra red bit on the console itself.

      https://s.catch.com.au/static/catch/images/product-image--st...

      • +3 votes

        Without the joycon grip (Which many don't use), the console is entirely red, it's a poorly thought out design. Its not blue & red at all.

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    Its rubbish when they permit you to buy 50 as a general rule lol = The merchants are having problems selling them .

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      did you want to buy 50?

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      Well it is horribly ugly so it figures.

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    Does Amazon normally price match Catch Club deals?

    • +1 vote

      They have in the past.

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    does anyone know if you can use unidays discount with gift cards?

    • +2 votes

      Not with Nintendo products

  • +1 vote

    Really wish they alternated the colours a bit like eg. red Switch with blue joycons or the other way around. It's way too red.

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      They did blue with the dragon quest edition

  • +2 votes

    🤢

  • +1 vote

    When you can't afford the spiderman trademark.

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      You can trademark the colours red and blue?

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      I thought it was a spiderman system as well. Would look pretty good if you took a marker to it and made a web design.

      • +2 votes

        Red and blue has been the colour scheme of Mario for over three decades. Sonic is the same, with some white thrown in. Not as long Spider-Man, but these Spider-Man comments are weird. Blue and red Mario isn’t new.

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          Never said it was new. But like you said, spiderman has been around for longer so my mind goes to him when I see that colour scheme. Especially with all the marvel movies going around of late.

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    how long does the catch cards take to arrive
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    If only this switch wasn't so ugly

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      If only the Switch came in other colours…