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‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ is $10 off for the first time in months

‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ is $10 off for the first time in months

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons


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One of the most popular Nintendo Switch games to come out this year has returned to its all-time-low price. You can get a physical copy of Animal Crossing: New Horizons from Amazon and Walmart for $50, which is $10 off its normal price. The last time it dropped this low was at the beginning of April, shortly its release. In order to see the price, just add the game to your cart at either retailer’s website.

Buy Animal Crossing at Amazon – $50 Buy Animal Crossing at Walmart – $50

Animal Crossing was highly anticipated before the pandemic hit, but it became incredibly popular once quarantine went into effect. During a time when many were forced to stay at home, the game provided a digital way for people to not only “get out” and explore, but also interact with friends and family on their own, self-made islands.

Now’s the opportunity to get on the Animal Crossing train if, somehow, you have not done so yet. The previous sale did not last long, so even if you prefer digital games for your Switch, we recommend grabbing the physical copy while it’s still on sale.

There are also a couple of other big Nintendo Switch titles on sale right now, but like Animal Crossing, the deals are on the physical games rather than digital copies. Super Mario Odyssey is discounted to $45 on Amazon, its lowest price ever, while Luigi’s Mansion 3 and The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening are both on sale for $50.

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