Nintendo Switch On The Go Pop-Up Airport Lounges Coming This Month

Nintendo Switch Airport Lounges

Nintendo has announced that starting February 13th, it will setup Nintendo Switch on the go pop-up airport lounges for gaming. Players will be able to play all kinds of Nintendo Switch games and will also be able to take part in giveaways.

Popular titles that players will be able to check out include  The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildMario Kart 8 DeluxeSuper Mario OdysseySuper Mario Party and Tetris 99, among others. The following is what Nick Chavez, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing had to say about the Nintendo Switch on the go pop-up airport lounges:

With a vast library of exciting entertainment to launch into, we hope travelers discover that Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite make great companions for their trips. Spending time with Nintendo games at our On The Go lounges will give people the opportunity to begin or end their journeys with a smile.

This initiative has been started to enhance the Nintendo Switch On The Go experience. Travelers can order Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite systems and receive a free carrying case with their order. Travelers can also order select Nintendo Switch games and Nintendo merchandise.

You can take advantage of these Nintendo Switch airport lounges even if you are not going to buy anything.  Visitors receive a free Nintendo Switch branded luggage handle wrap and a $10 coupon from Target to use on any Nintendo purchase of $75 or more. The following are the details of these lounges:

Airport Location Date
Dulles International Airport
Washington, D.C.
Concourse B near west entrance/exit, next to Gate B62 Feb. 17 – March 29
Seattle – Tacoma International Airport
Seattle, WA
Concourse C, next to Gate C10 Feb. 17 – March 29th
O’Hare International Airport
Chicago, IL
Terminal 1, Concourse B, between Gates B12 and B14 Feb. 17 – March 29th
Dallas Love Field Airport
Dallas, TX
West Terminal, near Gates 14 and 16 Feb. 13 – March 29th
Let us know what you think about this initiative from Nintendo and whether or not you are excited about it.

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