Super Mario 3D All-Stars releases this Friday, September 18, for Nintendo Switch, and it’s already proving to be hard to find physical copies. Every retailer besides Best Buy has sold through its preorders, and considering Super Mario 3D All-Stars will have a limited run, it might not be so easy to get a physical copy over the holidays either. Thankfully, those who missed out on preorders can take advantage of a great Super Mario 3D All-Stars deal at Walmart on release day.
Like many other new releases, Walmart is selling Super Mario 3D All-Stars for $49.94–$10 off its list price. As usual, this is an in-store only deal, so you can’t get this price online. We’d suggest entering your zip code on Brickseek to confirm stock before Friday. Also, we imagine stores will see out very quickly, so you will probably want to arrive right when your local store opens.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars–both physical and digital editions–will only be available to purchase through March 2021. Based on the wording of Nintendo’s original announcement, it seems possible that physical copies will sell out before the end date of sales. Essentially, this might be your only chance to snag Super Mario 3D All-Stars at a discount. However, we wouldn’t recommend canceling your current preorder–if you have one–to try to save at Walmart, since there’s a chance you won’t be able to get a copy.
The collection celebrates Mario’s 35th anniversary and includes remastered versions of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. Super Mario 3D All-Stars is just one of several new Mario games Nintendo recently announced. Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit releases October 16, while Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury arrives on Nintendo Switch next February.
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