How to Save £15 on your Black Friday Nintendo Switch order


NINTENDO’S Switch console is hot property this November as Black Friday deals ramp up.

But there is an easy way to save £15 on any order by using cashback.

Topcashback’s new member bonus can net you £15 cashback

Topcashback has a new member offer which provides £15 bonus cashback.

If you aren’t already a member of the cashback site, all you have to do is sign up and make an order.

The order needs to be over £15 to be eligible, but that won’t be an issue with the Nintendo Switch.

Plus, you’ll earn extra cashback linked to the percentage Topcashback provides with your retailer.

  • Get £15 bonus cashback by spending £15+ via Topcashback – here

For example, if you order a standard Switch Neon console from this Black Friday you might pay £279.99.

By signing up to Topcashback and ordering with a retailer like Currys PC World, Game or Very, via the cashback site, you’ll get a £15 bonus cashback.

You’ll also earn the standard 1% cashback for shopping with Currys via Topcashback.

It’s a smart way of effectively saving money on a console which continues to hold its price.

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Here’s our step-by-step guide to getting your £15 saving.

  1. Sign up to Topcashback for free
  2. Shop with your selected retailer, like Currys or Game, via Topcashback
  3. Order your Nintendo Switch console or bundle
  4. Wait for £15 bonus cashback to hit your account
  5. Withdraw your cashback to your bank account.

Topcashback’s £15 bonus is only available to new members.

But it is available until November 30, so perfect for Black Friday Nintendo Switch shopping.

Find the full details of the offer on Topcashback’s site here.

Don’t forget to check in on our Black Friday Nintendo Switch deals coverage.

You can find more offers on our Black Friday gaming page.

For all things tech, head over to our Black Friday Tech deals hub.

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