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Best Buy has a sale on Mario Switch games – Luigi’s Mansion 3, Mario Party, Tennis

Happy Mario Day! Every March 10 (Mar10), Nintendo fans celebrate the beloved Super Mario franchise, which is still going strong 35 years after the launch of the original Super Mario Bros. in 1985 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Over that time, the platformer has evolved into other genres, including open-world adventures like Super Mario Odyssey and racing titles like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

Mario Day brings with it video game deals, as retailers take part in the celebration. This year, Best Buy is offering discounts to three Super Mario games for the Nintendo Switch, namely Luigi’s Mansion 3, Super Mario Party, and Mario Tennis Aces. All three games are $21 off at Best Buy, bringing their prices down to $39 from their original prices of $60.

Luigi’s Mansion 3 – $39, was $60

Mario does most of the saving in the Super Mario franchise, but in Luigi’s Mansion 3, it’s Luigi’s turn to save Mario and their friends after they go missing in the Last Resort hotel. Catch ghosts, solve puzzles, and beat the bosses as you go through each themed floor, sometimes with Luigi’s gooey doppelganger Gooigi. You can summon and control Gooigi to do what Luigi can’t, such as slipping through tight spaces and walking on spikes. There’s also a two-player co-op mode, with the first player controlling Luigi and the second player controlling Gooigi.

If you’re a fan of puzzle games, or if you’d like to play co-op with a friend or family member, Luigi’s Mansion 3 is definitely worth a try. Best Buy is currently selling the Nintendo Switch game for only $39, after a $21 discount to its original price of $60. Luigi needs your help in saving Mario, so you should click that Buy Now button as soon as you can.

Super Mario Party – $39, was $60

The main mode of Super Mario Party is a board game where four players roll the dice, choose where to move, and participate in mini-games to earn Stars. The players with the most Stars at the end of the game wins, but to get there, your skill will be tested by dozens of mini-games that could either be 2-on-2 matches, 1-on-3 challenges, or even all-out free-for-alls. The real fun begins with four human players, which is possible with an extra pair of Joy-Cons.

Super Mario Party is extreme fun for friends and family members, with simple mechanics so that anyone can play. To get the game for your Nintendo Switch, you can purchase it from Best Buy at $21 off, bringing its price down to $39 from its original price of $60. If you need to inject some energy into your living room, you should click that Buy Now button without hesitation.

Mario Tennis Aces – $39, was $60

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There’s a limited number of tennis games for the Nintendo Switch, but fortunately, Mario Tennis Aces is here to whet the appetite of the sport’s fans. The game starts with the story-heavy, single-player Adventure Mode, where you are introduced to Mario Tennis Aces‘ shots, mechanics, and strategies as you complete challenges and face off against tough opponents in boss battles. You may then apply what you’ve learned to the local and online multiplayer modes, where you’ll have to pull out all the tricks to win matches.

Mario Tennis Aces is filled with Super Mario charm and humor, but it’s also a solid game with deep mechanics for tennis enthusiasts. If you want to swing your racket as Mario or his friends, you should pick up the game from Best Buy, which is offering a $21 discount to lower its price to $39 from its original price of $60. If you’re already looking forward to the Mario Tennis Aces experience, you should click the Buy Now button as soon as you can.

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