Free Nintendo Switch Online 7-Day Trial | Play Over 90 Games

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Download your way to FREE Nintendo Switch entertainment!

Looking for free games & other fun for your Nintendo Switch? Check out this opportunity to score a FREE Nintendo Switch Online 7-Day Trial plus free game downloads! It’s an excellent way for all gamers to explore new titles online.

We are sharing the best free games right here, which you can download and play on your Nintendo Switch right away. All you’ll need is a Nintendo Switch Online account which is free to create.


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If you’re wondering about the perks of a Nintendo Switch Online Membership, you can play with friends, receive additional free downloads, access over 90 games that are solely online, and score discounts exclusive to members.

With your free online trial, there are a ton of retro games to choose from, great for a little nostalgic gaming or to introduce your kiddos to your past favorites. After your free 7-day trial, you’ll pay just $19.99 per year.


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It’s rare to see discounts for Nintendo Switch games, so we’re happy to share this list of free Nintendo Switch games currently available. There are new games constantly added, so be sure to review the list and make sure the ratings are age-appropriate for your family before downloading the games.

The following games are available now, and they don’t require a subscription to play. Keep in mind that although all of the games below are free to start, select titles may have in-game purchase options.

Latest Free Nintendo Switch Games for 2021:

    1. Pokémon UNITE (Rated E for Everyone)
    2. Sky: Children of the Light (Rated E for Everyone)
    3. Trove (Rated E for Everyone)
    4. Retrograde Arena (Rated E for Everyone)
    5. CRSED: F.O.A.D. (Rated M for Mature 17+)
    6. Knockout City (Rated E for Everyone)
    7. Fighting Ex Layer Another Dasher (Rated T for Teens)
    8. Emergency HQ (Rated E for Everyone)
    9. Apex Legends (Rated T for Teens)
    10. Capcom Arcade (Rated T for Teens)
    11. Skyforge (Rated T for Teens)
    12. Lost Lands: Dark Overlord (Rated E for Everyone)
    13. The Pinball Arcade (Rated T for Teen)
    14. Tetris® 99(Rated E for Everyone)
    15. PAC-MAN™ 99 (Rated E for Everyone)
    16. The Four Kings Casino and Slots (Rated T for Teen)
    17. Tennis 1920s (Rated E for Everyone)
    18. Super Kirby Clash (Rated E for Everyone)

To access these games, you can grab them from your computer by logging into your Nintendo account that is attached to your Switch. Alternatively, you can open the eShop on your Switch and download them there. Note these may not show the availability to download on a mobile device.


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These freebies are an excellent way to expand yours or your kiddo’s library of games without any additional investment. It’s also a great opportunity to try new games or genres without potentially being out money on games they don’t like to play.

Download these Nintendo freebies today! 👾


Kaitlyn has a Bachelor's Degree from St. John's University with 2 years of writing experience for LinkedIn, Celeb Magazine, and other various publications.


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  1. Luv

    Thank you, I’ll check them out for the kids.🌸

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome, Luv!

  2. denisebarber

    We are looking to get a Switch soon. What is the average price I should be looking for to know its a good deal?

    • Joe4160

      The best you can look for is a bundle deal, something that includes a Micro SD card or a game. Because Nintendo is very stingy and very rarely ever lets their consoles go on sale or have a price drop. However you may want to hold off until Christmas time because there’s a newer version of the Nintendo Switch coming out in November/October called Nintendo Switch OLED, it’s still the same Switch but this version has a few upgrades, the main upgrade is the screen, it will use a different screen type (OLED instead of an LCD screen like in the regular switch), the Screen size is a tad bit bigger (regular switch is 6.2inches and the OLED screen will be 7inches) and the included dock will have Ethernet port built into it (The dock with the regular switch doesn’t have an ethernet port) and the OLED switch will have 64gb of internal storage opposed to 32gb of storage on the regular switch. However you will still def want to look for a Micro SD card for it because nowadays games and their updates will eat up that 64gb like nothing, especially if you buy digital games. There may possibly be a small price drop on the Regular switch when the Switch OLED comes out, but with how Stingy Nintendo is plus how the Global supply chain is right now for most computing stuff, I doubt Nintendo will even think of a price drop for the regular switch. So may be better off looking for a bundle deal on a switch or seeing if you can buy one from a friend/neighbor/family who may also throw in some games and accessories.

      • denisebarber

        You have been so helpful! Thank you.

      • Pinkrazrbrd

        It comes out October 8 and will be $349

  3. Sam

    Anybody know how to download/buy the super Mario bro game? Son is a big fan. It worked for a while in the switch and just stopped. No idea what to do. Nintendo customer service was not helpful.

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