Check out the Nintendo Switch On The Go pop-up lounge at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago

Nintendo Switch lounges offer travelers gateways to adventure at U.S. airports

Busy travelers embarking on journeys this year will have the opportunity to encounter fun surprises waiting for them at the airport. Beginning on Feb. 13, at select major airports across the U.S., Nintendo will be providing Nintendo Switch On The Go pop-up airport lounges featuring Nintendo products and opportunities for hands-on time with the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite systems.

With comfortable seating, charging ports and Nintendo Switch game demos playable in both Handheld mode and TV mode, these lounges demonstrate the convenience and joy that the Nintendo Switch family of systems can add to everyone’s on-the-go adventures. Some of the games that will be featured at the demo areas include popular titles such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildMario Kart™ 8 DeluxeSuper Mario OdysseySuper Mario Party and Tetris® 99, among others.

“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,” said Nick Chavez, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “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.”

In addition to spending time enjoying the latest Nintendo games, while visiting 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.* Just for stopping by, visitors will also 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 (available while supplies last, terms apply).

The Nintendo Switch pop-up lounges and gateway experiences are currently scheduled to appear at the following airports, located beyond passenger screening:

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

Passengers with flights booked at these airports are encouraged to swing by after passing TSA security to spend some time enjoying Nintendo Switch games while waiting for their flights. They’re also encouraged to wave hello if they spot Lakitu above the clouds!

Remember that Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite systems feature parental controls that let adults manage some of the content their children can access. For more information about this and other features, visit http://www.nintendo.com/switch.

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*Orders will be shipped within two business days of purchase. Carrying case available while supplies last.

Tetris® & © 1985~2020 Tetris Holding. Tetris logos, Tetris theme song and Tetriminos are trademarks of Tetris Holding. The Tetris trade dress is owned by Tetris Holding. Licensed to The Tetris Company. Tetris Game Design by Alexey Pajitnov. Tetris Logo Design by Roger Dean. All Rights Reserved. Sub-licensed to Nintendo. Certain new content developed by Nintendo, and any characters, sounds and video games originally owned by Nintendo: © 2019 Nintendo. Nintendo Switch is a trademark of Nintendo. © 2020 Nintendo.

Source: Nintendo.com

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