Get Your Hands on the Zelda-Themed Nintendo Switch Pro Controller Now Available at Walmart!

Another chance to grab the limited-edition Zelda controller for right around retail price.

By Brendan Hesse on June 28, 2024 at 3:34PM PDT

The official Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom edition Nintendo Switch Pro Controller is available once again for right around retail price from Walmart’s online store. This is one of the few times we’ve seen the controller available for close to its original launch price this year–it’s $77, versus $75 MSRP–making this a great chance to pick one up if you missed out the first time. The controller is sold by a third-party seller but is shipped directly from Walmart, and all orders include free 30-day returns.

As an alternate solution, you can grab a pre-owned model of the controller for $65 at GameStop. GameStop Pro members can save a few bucks and get it for just $61.74.

The Tears of the Kingdom Edition Switch Pro Controller features a semi-translucent body with black and gold decals based on the Zonai ruins from the game, and black and white colored handles. Aside from the unique looks, the pad is otherwise identical to the standard Switch Pro controller, including support for HD rumble, gyro controls, and amiibo scanning.

We’re not sure how long the Tears of the Kingdom Edition Switch Pro controller will be in stock at either store, so grab them while you can.

Nintendo Switch Pro Controller – Zelda Edition

Alternatively, you can pick up the standard Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for $63 at Walmart (was $70). It’s also worth noting that Amazon and Walmart have deals on Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers.

If you’re looking for more deals on officially licensed Zelda-themed Switch controllers, you can grab the Tears of the Kingdom edition of Hori’s Split Pad Pro at Amazon for $54 (was $60). You’ll find even more deals in our roundup of the best Nintendo Switch deals available ahead of Prime Day 2024. We also have a roundup of great controller deals for Nintendo Switch, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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