The Latest Nintendo eShop Sale Offering Huge Saving on Classic Games Is Now Underway

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Everyone will have a chance to save on Nintendo classic games. The Nintendo eShop has kept its promise of offering up to 80% discount on more than 700 games in the Festive Offers 2019 sale. Some of the games with have a 33% discount include The Legend of Zelda, Three Houses, Fire Emblem and Super Mario Odyssey.

But is a 33% discount anything inspiring? 

Well, it may not be a perfect inspiration, but it will surely throw in some temptations for a little more purchase. Hence, those with an eye on indie hits and classic ports can take advantage of it. Besides, the same games cost £50 in the digital store. Nonetheless, there is nothing much to expect from the major Nintendo Switch release though this should not be news to any Nintendo gamer.

Below is a sneak peek of some decent deals likely to be available during the Festive Offers eShop sale: – 

  • Final Fantasy 8 Remastered for £10.71
  • Sayonara Wild Hearts for £7.69
  • Donut County for £5.49
  • Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition for £10.49
  • Puyo Puyo Tetris for £10.49
  • The Messenger for £10.79
  • Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle for £11.09. It is less hostile and has one of the biggest discounts. 
  • Overcooked 2 for £11.99
  • Grandia HD Collection for £25.19
  • SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamesh for £15.74
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition for £34.99

Meanwhile, the Nintendo Festive Offers eShop sale is running up until 2nd January 2020. Hence, there still time to explore and browse other offers. It is important to mention that the new purchases are likely to fill up your storage space. However, from at Jelly Deals, you can easily find an enhanced Nintendo Switch SD card. 

Holidays also come with a lot of traveling. Anyone would be worried about running out of charge on their devices, but Jelly Deals also offers some of the best picks for Nintendo Switch power bank.

The bottom is that there are all kinds of great offers for everyone. Thus, there is no single reason why you should not make a difference in your Christmas.

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