are generally not a place where you want to spend time. They cause a lot of stress, so it’s nice to see Nintendo trying to eliminate some of the problems of everyday life by providing entertainment. Four airports have chosen Nintendo Switch On The Go pop-up lounges where you can pass the time having fun. You can find all the details below!
Busy travelers heading out this year will be in for some fun surprises at the airport. From the 13th. In February, Nintendo will set up Nintendo Switch™ On The Go pop-up lounges at select major US airports to showcase Nintendo products and offer hands-on experiences with Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite systems.
We hope travelers will learn that the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite are great travel companions, said Nick Chavez, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Nintendo of America. With Nintendo games in our On The Go living rooms, people can start or end their journey with a smile.
As well as the latest Nintendo games, travellers can also order Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite systems when they visit the Nintendo Switch On The Go lounge and get a free carry bag with their order. In addition, travelers can order Nintendo Switch games and Nintendo merchandise*. For their passage, attendees will also receive a free Nintendo Switch Luggage Pack and a redeemable $10 Target Gift Card for Nintendo purchases of $75 or more (applicable to final purchase, terms and conditions apply).
Pop-up lounges and Nintendo Gateways are currently planned at the following airports outside the passenger area:
Dulles International Airport
Concert B at the western entrance/exit, next to gate B62.
February 17 –
From Seattle to Tacoma International Airport
Heading C, adjacent to gate C10.
February 17 –
O’Hare International Airport
Terminal 1, route B, between gates B12 and B14.
February 17 –
Dallas Airport Love Field
West terminal, gates 14 and 16.
February 13th –
Passengers who have booked flights at these airports are encouraged to stop there after passing through TSA security to spend some time playing Nintendo Switch games while waiting for their flight. They are also encouraged to wave when they see Lakita above the clouds!
Remember that Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite systems have parental controls, allowing adults to control some of the content their children can access. For more information on these and other features, visit http://www.nintendo.com/switch.
*Customers receive delivery within two business days of purchase. One case is available while supplies last.
Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published in various media. He is currently an editor and contributor to Age of Games.
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