The Nintendo Switch has been making waves since it was first released, lauded for being so unique compared to other gaming systems. Nintendo's Labo kits are the perfect way to expand on your system's most innovative features. Over at Best Buy, you can save as much as $50 on Nintendo Labo kits (opens in new tab) with prices down to just $19.99 per kit. These interactive model-making sets for Nintendo Switch usually sell for as much as $70 each, so this is a great chance to save, especially if you're currently stuck at home in quarantine and need some more fun activities to keep yourself occupied. The deals are only available today, though.
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The Nintendo Switch kits include various cardboard pieces that you fold and put together to create fun, study accessories for the console that come to life with your Joy-Cons. These kits go for $40 to $70 apiece when not on sale.
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The kits includes various cardboard pieces which you fold and put together to create fun, study accessories for your Switch. Once the accessories are pieced together, you attach a Joy-Con controller in the appropriate spot and bring them to life via what could only be described as Nintendo magic.
The Variety kit (opens in new tab), for example, comes with five accessories to build: two RC Cars, a Fishing Rod, a House, a Motorbike, and a Piano. The Vehicle kit (opens in new tab) provides a car, a plane, and a submarine and the Robot kit (opens in new tab) allows you to strap-on a suit and become a robot in-game. Each kit includes a game cartridge which feature a handful of games to play using your creations and certain popular Switch titles, like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (opens in new tab), offer support too.
The Toy-Con 04: VR kit (opens in new tab) is also on sale at $19.99 so you can round out your collection. The VR kit is has had its price matched at Amazon (opens in new tab), though the other kits are all sold out there.
No matter which Labo sets you choose, you'll also want to pick up the Labo Customization Kit which you can snag for around $10. As its name suggests, it lets you customize your Labo Toy-Cons with stickers, colorful tape, and stencil drawings.
Deals like this on Nintendo products are rare at any time of year, but with the current climate these sorts of things are selling out at many retailers or have had their prices jacked to cash in on people desperate for more things to do at home. You definitely want to make the most of this Nintendo Labo sale (opens in new tab) while you can.
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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.
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