The Nintendo Switch hybrid console is going to be a hot commodity between now and Christmas. Nintendo has not yet found a way to meet the intense demand with a healthy supply of Switches, meaning retailers are not significantly discounting the Switch this Black Friday. Instead, most of them are merely promising to have the Switch in stock at its regular price of $300 at the end of the week.

Once you manage to grab your very own Nintendo Switch on Black Friday, you will start your quest to find deals on the many great games already available for the young console. As more retailers steadily unveil their Black Friday plans, you can make your own plans to raid each store for Nintendo Switch game deals.

The first thing you need to know is the Switch’s two biggest games, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey, will probably not be significantly discounted anywhere on Black Friday. Nintendo is like Disney in many ways, but one of the biggest similarities is that you will pay full price for its big-name games months and years after they came out. With that out of the way, we can move onto the big deals.

BGR has a handy list of many of the best Switch game discounts on Black Friday. For just $15 at Best Buy, you can get the entirety of Minecraft Story Mode, a cute, family friendly adventure game set within the universe of the popular block-building game. That is a discount of $25. If you are a fan of the beautiful game, you can save 50 percent on FIFA 18 for Switch for $30 at Best Buy, as well.

Speaking of building blocks, the charming Minecraft -esque LEGO Worlds is just $20 for Switch at Best Buy. As a fully customizable LEGO character, you can explore an infinite number of randomly generated planets filled with quests to complete, new blocks to find and tons of real estate for you or your kids to build anything they want. Lastly at Best Buy, the kid-friendly but well reviewed racing game Cars 3: Driven to Win is just $30, discounted from $50.

For older players who can handle a bit more complexity in their games, Best Buy and Target have the hardcore tactics game Disgaea 5 for $20, down from its original price of $60. GameStop, meanwhile has Batman: The Telltale Series for half off at $20. The dark adventure game tells an all-new Batman story that branches in several different directions based on choices the player makes throughout the narrative.

Finally, there are a couple of discounts on big Nintendo games, despite the usual scarcity of such a thing. Walmart will have The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for $10 off at $50. You have to take any discount you can on one of the best games of the year, if not all time. To round it all up, CNET says Walmart will have Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle for half off at $30. The turn-based tactics game has enough depth for adults to chew on while being friendly enough to engage young players, and a 50 percent discount is a pleasant surprise for a Nintendo game.