Super Mario Bros. Wonder Drops To Best Price Yet

Great Deal Alert: Super Mario Bros. Wonder on Sale for $45 at Walmart

Since its launch last holiday season, Super Mario Bros. Wonder has seen a few discounts, but Walmart’s current deal is definitely the best one yet. Until July 11th, or while supplies last, you can snag Super Mario Bros. Wonder for just $45, down from its original price of $60. This amazing deal is part of Walmart’s big sales event happening this week, leading up to Amazon’s Prime Day extravaganza. And Super Mario Bros. Wonder is not the only Nintendo Switch game getting a great price cut right now.

This 2D platformer took Mario back to his classic roots while also introducing a ton of new content to explore, including game-changing Wonder effects and the entertaining Elephant power-up.

Our review of Super Mario Bros. Wonder awarded it a fantastic 9/10 score, praising its enjoyable multiplayer, innovative level design, and the freedom it offers for customization.

“Super Mario Bros. Wonder is a daring title,” wrote critic Steve Watts. “It sets a high standard, implying that anything less than a constant feeling of awe and joy would be a disappointment. But amazingly, Mario Wonder lives up to its name, resulting in a modern classic.”

In addition to Super Mario Bros. Wonder, Walmart is also offering discounts on several other Nintendo Switch exclusives. Games like Super Mario Maker 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild are all on sale for 50% off, bringing their prices down to just $30 each.

If you’re in need of extra Joy-Con controllers, Walmart has a great bundle deal where you can get a pair of Joy-Cons along with Super Mario Party for only $69. This is a steal considering that Joy-Con controllers usually sell for a similar price individually. And for those looking for a new Nintendo Switch Lite or a gift option, Walmart is offering an Animal Crossing-themed Nintendo Switch Lite bundle for just $159, down from its original price of $200.

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Target is also slashing prices on various Switch games to $35 as part of Target Circle Week.