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Turn your living room into the ultimate racetrack with this deal from Staples, because Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is now available for Nintendo Switch!

This deal is also available at other retailers including Amazon.ca, Best Buy, EB Games, London Drugs, The Source and Walmart, with varying levels of availability depending on the store.

Originally announced on September 3, Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is a game and accessory bundle for Nintendo Switch that lets you turn any flat-surfaced area into a custom Mario Kart race course with the included cardboard gates and directional signs. A camera-equipped Mario or Luigi Kart is also included, which can be controlled with a Nintendo Switch. Other features include:

  • Race a real-world Mario Kart through your home, using a Nintendo Switch system to control your Kart
  • Watch as your Kart reacts to what's happening in-game as you boost and drift to victory
  • Your in-home course comes to life on-screen with a view from right behind the driver's seat
  • Place gates and customize courses in the real world, then see them come alive with in-game environments like jungles and snowscapes with virtual obstacles

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit available online and qualifies for free shipping from Staples.ca.

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    • Thanks! Just ordered one. Been waiting for it to launch.
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    • I think i will wait until Amazon carries it. Easy return until end of Jan next year if it doesn’t meet expectation.
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    • Thanks but can't wait till Tuesday for delivery so I'll be going to my local Walmart this morning to pick one up in person.
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    • Sweet thanks man was going to get up and rush to store before opening but ordered one of each here.
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    • Is this the next Nintendo thing to be OOS everywhere and scalpers asking $300 for ?
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    • stephroll wrote: Is this the next Nintendo thing to be OOS everywhere and scalpers asking $300 for ?

      They already are and it's not even sold out... Yet.
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    • fpenguin wrote: I think i will wait until Amazon carries it. Easy return until end of Jan next year if it doesn’t meet expectation.
      O can you actually returned openness games to Amazon?

      I could only find this on amazon.com nothing in .CA
      Software and video games can be returned for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. Returned software or video games that are activated, used, or missing parts will incur up to a 100% restocking fee.
      https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer ... UUYKQWKWX7
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    • $126.09 with EPP at The Source
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    • Not a huge issue, but something to consider - I’ve had 2 experiences with Best Buy now where they just stick a label to the original box and ship that. Then you get a bent original product box with a label stuck to it and some Canada Post writing in black marker all over the place.

      You can’t even take it back to the store as it’s not in “re-sellable” condition, so you have to ship it back as a return (free) and just go buy it at the store yourself. Like I said, it’s not a huge issue, since you can return the item, but weird that the only time I’ve had this happen was with BestBuy.
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    • Geez, looks like the Mario set is sold out on best buy.
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    • joey003 wrote: Geez, looks like the Mario set is sold out on best buy.
      And Luigi as well
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    • stephroll wrote: Is this the next Nintendo thing to be OOS everywhere and scalpers asking $300 for ?
      YUP!!
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    • I've seen the Nintendo trailer for this and it does seem like it appeals a lot more to the kids and teens rather than the child-free 20 & 30 year olds.

      Super cool concept.
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    • Thanks OP! Got a Mario one from The Source.
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    • This looks super fun but no way my home would be a good time with it unfortunately. I wish I could give it a go but I know it's just not practical unfortunately.
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    • Sanek2k6 wrote: Not a huge issue, but something to consider - I’ve had 2 experiences with Best Buy now where they just stick a label to the original box and ship that. Then you get a bent original product box with a label stuck to it and some Canada post writing in black marker all over the place.

      You can’t even take it back to the store as it’s not in “resealable” condition, so you have to ship it back as a return (free) and just go buy it at the store yourself. Like I said, it’s not a huge issue, since you can return the item, but weird that the only time I’ve had this happen was with BestBuy.
      Best Buy is the absolute worst for this, and they've done it for years. I remember I ordered my cousin Halo 5 Guardians Collector Edition. It came in a huge box, and I ordered two, just in case one was damaged because I knew he was picky about things being in mint condition. They not only stuck shipping labels on the box and shipped it just like that, but they actually stapled the labels to the boxes.

      Customer service acted like I was being crazy to complain about it; what's hard to understand about keeping something being sold as a collector's edition in good condition? And the stores were just as bad: they always mangled boxes with those anti-theft spider wire cables...
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    • Hopefully SDM gets these. I want to buy but want a 20X redemption lol
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    • Upvoted. Bought one as a Christmas present. I don't even have a Switch. Looks like fun for kids.
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    • Damn oos with all 3 links in OP.
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