First, Nintendo Switch Online subscribers will be able to purchase the newly revealed NES-style Joy-Con controllers. This announcement made sense because NES games are coming to the Switch as part of Nintendo's online service. So you'll need to keep your Nintendo Switch Online subscription up if you want to keep your saves backed up online otherwise you will lose your cloud saves.
On top of access to online play and a library of classic NES games, one of the perks of subscribing to the upcoming Nintendo Switch Online service is "special offers" available exclusively for members. Additionally, Nintendo's new FAQ for the online service confirms that if your online service expires at any time, your cloud saves will cease to exist. Nintendo Entertainment System - Nintendo Switch Online also uses the Save Data Cloud, so the same applies.
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When asked for comment by Kotaku UK, Nintendo replied: "Nintendo does not comment on rumour and speculation", but, even in the absence of official word, it seems pretty obvious that the company has prepared to eventually release SNES controllers for Switch (which also means SNES games).
Nintendo Entertainment System - Nintendo Switch Online can by played for up to seven days without an internet connection.