Mario Day, otherwise known as MAR10 Day or simply March 10, is upon us. This is the until date celebrate Nintendo’s iconic plumber. It’s not his birthday or anything, but rather a random day on the calendar that looks like his name when spelled a certain way. You know, like Star Wars Day falls on May 4th.

Still, Nintendo has been putting its corporate might behind the holiday since 2015, offering Mario-themed experiences on the company’s official store, game discounts and various contests. Retailers have also followed suit in recent years, marking Nintendo products to coincide with March 10. With that in mind, here are the best MAR10 deals that might raise a wahoo or two.

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One of the deals to mark is for the Switch itself. There is no actual discount for the console, but each purchase includes a $25 gift card from the retailer you purchased it from. Participating retailers include amazon, best buy, GameStop and Target and the promotion runs from March 10th to March 16th. This deal applies to the OLED Switch, Nintendo’s latest and greatest console iteration, the original Switch, and the Switch Lite. It’s the perfect way to catch up Metroid Dread, Super Mario Wonder and of course, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

There is a big caveat here. The Switch is about to come out, with a replacement likely headed our way early next year, and we don’t know how long Nintendo intends to support the original hybrid console after that. Still, the Switch has a huge back catalog worth exploring.

Speaking of the back catalog, many retailers offer $20 off a number of first-party Nintendo games. They include Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Mario Party Superstars, Luigi’s Mansion 3, and more. This brings the price down to $40 per game. There is also a great package available that includes Tropical themed Switch Lite and digital copy of Animal Crossing: New Horizons for $200, available at both Target and Walmart. Not part of the MAR10 festivities, but still a good deal.

The company also doubled the free trial period for Nintendo Switch Online, from seven days to 14 days. This allows people to play online, as the name suggests, but also opens up the catalog of retro NES and SNES games. Switch owners have until March 17 to activate the trial, and it’s even available to people who have already tried the service in the past.

Finally, there are some real world events for the Nintendo die hard. There’s a meeting with Mario and Luigi at the Nintendo Store in New York, complete with lots of giveaways and a screening of The Super Mario Bros. Movie GameStop is also doing in-person giveaways on March 16th.

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