With just 32GB of internal storage, the Nintendo Switch doesn’t exactly come with a lot of room for downloadable games.
If you’re feeling the strain of constant storage management, then, worry no more – this Prime Day deal bundles a SanDisk 128GB MicroSD card and a 12 month membership to Nintendo Switch Online for just $39.99. That’s less than the price of a game, and a 12 month online subscription usually costs $34.99 on its own.
Speaking of games, with a Nintendo Switch Online membership, you can access classic titles from Nintendo’s NES and SNES library. You also can play online with friends in games like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
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Nintendo Switch deal:
Nintendo Switch 128GB MicroSD Card + 12 months Nintendo Switch Online:
$61.39 $39.99 at Amazon
Expand your Nintendo Switch storage and get 12 months of Nintendo Switch Online for less than the price of a game. Play NES and SNES games as part of your subscription, and enjoy cloud saves to backup your files.
Expanding the Nintendo Switch’s memory is as easy as opening up the MicroSD card slot, and sticking it in. You’ll get four times the storage by adding this 128GB MicroSD Card, meaning you’ll have more room to download and store your favorite Nintendo Switch games.
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