Best Switch Micro SD Card Amazon Prime Day Deal - 200GB for $45

Best Switch Micro SD Card Amazon Prime Day Deal - 200GB for $45

If you're after the best price Micro SD card for your Nintendo Switch, these are the best Amazon Prime Day Deals worth looking at.

Amazon Prime Day might not have exploded with amazing deals on Nintendo Switch consoles, but it does have some Micro SD cards for Switch that could be very handy. If you want to go mainly digital on Switch you're going to need a big memory card, and these are the best deals we've found amongst the Prime Day deals.

First up we have a selection of different size Switch Micro SD cards in the US. We'd recommend at least 200GB if you can afford it, as this should give you ample room for numerous games and update downloads. Browse the full list just below:

Your new Nintendo Switch will be less frustrating to use with a large Micro SD card installed.

The UK Amazon Prime Day Switch Micro SD card deals aren't as great, but there is one worth a look. The model below is a nice 256GB, which is pretty massive. This outlay might seem like a lot, but you're unlikely to need to go bigger unless you buy a lot of games. There's also a great lightning deal on, but be quick as it'll sell out fast.

For more Amazon Prime Day deals, check out our Amazon Prime Day video game deals page. It's full of all the best prime day bargains we've found.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. See our terms & conditions.

Tom Orry

Managing Editor

Tom started life on a circus in Australia before his family moved to the UK. His love of gaming started soon after, which essentially meant he bought every video game magazine available and worked numerous part-time jobs as a child in order to afford costly N64 games. He created UK site VideoGamer.com, of which he was the Editor for over a decade. He now doesn't like circuses.

Read this next

Apple Arcade Springs Soft Launch on Developers, Some Games May Not Be Final Versions

Some iOS 13 beta participants can play games that don't even have official release dates yet.

Starting Screen | Games are Running Worse Than Ever on the Base PS4 and Xbox One. Is There a Solution?

Owners of the base consoles are increasingly saddled with long load times when playing games like Borderlands 3.

More News

Apple Arcade Springs Soft Launch on Developers, Some Games May Not Be Final Versions

Some iOS 13 beta participants can play games that don't even have official release dates yet.

George Miller Once Called Death Stranding "Mathematically Correct," Hideo Kojima Says

The Fury Road director seems to like what Kojima's going for.

More on Switch

Why Astral Chain Might Be the Year's Biggest Surprise for the Nintendo Switch

In a year of Fire Emblem and Pokemon, PlatinumGames has found success on the Switch.

We've (Maybe) Reached A Turning Point in the Fight Over Loot Boxes

THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | A U.K. Parliamentary committee report offers another wake-up call for the industry, but the ESA hits snooze once more.