Ascend the floors of the haunted Last Resort in Luigi's Mansion 3 on sale for $52

Ready to take Luigi on a vacation he won't soon forget? Luigi's Mansion 3 (opens in new tab) is down to $51.95 at Amazon. Outside of Black Friday and the holiday shopping season, the game has never really gone on sale. While this is still about $2 off the Black Friday price, it's definitely the next best deal we've seen. This is $8 off its regular price and one of the lower prices anywhere right now.

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Luigi's Mansion 3 for the Nintendo Switch (opens in new tab)

Partner up with Professor E. Gadd and Gooigi to solve puzzles, suck up coins, fight ghosts, and more. One of the best games of 2019 is now down to its lowest price since 2019. Can play with up to eight players at once.

We've written a lot about this game because it was one of the best games released for the Switch last year. It's a lot of fun and filled with all kinds of adventures and puzzles and secrets. Learn everything you need to know about Luigi's Mansion 3 in our roundup.

In this game, you will ascend the floors of a haunted hotel. Many of the floors carry different themes like a movie set or fitness center. You'll have to fight ghosts, defeat bosses, and uncover the secrets of the hotel before making your way to the top to fight King Boo. You'll use all new powers you've never had before, and you can even control Professor E. Gadd's Gooigi for some more complex puzzle solving. Gooigi can do things Luigi can't, and the two of you will often work in tandem to find secrets. Plus, once you have Gooigi you can play the game in co-op with a friend. If you ever get stuck on a boss, come back to iMore because we have all the secrets to defeating each boss, and we can also help you collect the super rare ghosts.

Up to eight different people can play Luigi's Mansion 3. It has a slew of multiplayer party games that can keep you entertained for a while. You can read more about what the multiplayer ScreamPark has to offer.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.