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Nintendo to Offer Pop-Up Airport Lounges

The lounges feature Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite systems to demo.

License Global

February 13, 2020

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Airline travelers will now have the option of relaxing with some Nintendo games before takeoff. Pop-up airport lounges are now at select airports across the U.S.

“The Nintendo Switch On The Go” lounges feature Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite systems to demo, along with charging ports and seating. The option for purchasing other Nintendo products will be available as well. Free carrying cases with the order of a Nintendo Switch as well as a free luggage tag with a purchase of $75 or more.

“We hope travelers discover that Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite make great companions for their trips,” says Nick Chavez, senior vice president, sales and marketing, Nintendo of America. “Spending time with Nintendo games at our On The Go lounges will allow people to begin or end their journeys with a smile.”

“The Nintendo Switch On The Go“ lounges are located at Tacoma Airport in Seattle, Washington, O’Hare Airport in Chicago, Ill., Dallas Love Field Airport in Dallas, Texas and Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C.

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