Amazon Japan Offering Huge Discounts For First Party Digital Switch Games

Amazon Japan Offering Huge Discounts For First Party Digital Switch Games

Amazon Japan is currently celebrating Prime Day with a huge sale on digital titles for Nintendo Switch from now till July 17, 2018 11:59pm Japan Time.

The sale requires customers to buy two digital titles together in order to qualify for the discount. For example, you can pair either Pokemon Let’s GO Pikachu/Eevee or Super Smash Bros. Ultimate with Sushi Striker, Kirby Star Allies, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and more. You can save some money if you usually purchase your games digitally.

As the Nintendo Switch is region free, the digital titles can be redeemed on a Japanese Nintendo Account. Learn how to make one here.

Here are the games that can be purchased together in a pair and qualify for a discount (click the links to view the bundles and prices):

Pokemon Let’s GO Pikachu/Eevee (plays in English) + Other Game bundles

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (plays in English) + Other Game bundles

Games that can be paired with either Pokemon Let’s GO or Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (all playable in English unless stated otherwise):

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido (plays in Japanese only)

Kirby Star Allies

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

1-2 Switch

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Splatoon 2 (plays in Japanese only)


Mario Tennis Aces

Bayonetta 2

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (plays in Japanese and Chinese only)

Once you’ve purchased the bundle, you’ll be sent the download code for the game. As for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Pokemon Let’s GO Pikachu/Eevee, you’ll be sent a coupon that allows you to redeem the game for free on Amazon Japan. That way, you can pick either Let’s GO Pikachu or Eevee.

If you aren’t a Prime member on Amazon Japan yet, try it for free for 30 days to take advantage of this offer.

You can convert the price from yen to your local currency here. On Amazon Japan, you’ll need to set a Japanese address as your shipping address to purchase digital titles (if you need one, click here), but the billing address can be of any country.