Amazon Prime Day: Nintendo Switch Bundle With Micro SD and eShop Point Card Available for $299

Amazon Prime Day: Nintendo Switch Bundle With Micro SD and eShop Point Card Available for $299

$299 nets you all three.

Today is Prime Day, Amazon's day of sales exclusive to members of Amazon Prime. While we're going to have a full list of deals for you later we're highlighting some particularly interesting ones like this Nintendo Switch, Micro SD card, and Nintendo eShop point card bundle for $299.

A Nintendo Switch on its own is $299, but Amazon Prime is throwing in a 64GB micro SD card and $20 eShop point card, at least a $50 package, for no cost. This leaves just the price of the base Nintendo Switch to cover.

The Switch is a cheaper console than either the PS4 or Xbox One X, but with the added cost of Micro SD cards, there are some hidden costs to Nintendo's latest. The Prime Day deal however eliminates those costs and throws in enough for a good indie game from Nintendo's eShop (of which there are many). You can pick up the Nintendo Switch bundle here while supplies last.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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