Upgrade Nintendo Switch storage with these discounted Micro SD cards from Amazon Prime Day

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For all the things that the Nintendo Switch succeeds at, perhaps its one major failing is in its internal storage capacity. All Switch consoles come with a mere 32GB of storage space and some downloadable Switch games exceed even that, let alone any save data or screenshots you'll be saving. Thankfully, Amazon Prime Day 2018 is offering up discounts on a set of SanDisk Ultra Micro SDXC cards, which are all compatible with Switch.

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In the UK, you can currently get yourself a decently sized 128GB SanDisk Ultra for 23.69 (while stocks last, of course), a 200GB SanDisk Ultra for 38.60, or opt for the smaller option of a 64GB card for 14.99.

Meanwhile, in the US, you can grab the same 128GB SanDisk Ultra for $35.79, the 200GB will cost you $45.60 and the 64GB SanDisk Micro SD is down to $13.99.

Elsewhere in the Prime Day sale, you can snap up a series of external hard drives from $58 in the US and save 31 on a 500GB SSD in the UK.

Be sure to stop by and check out our Prime Day guide for a look at the best Prime Day gaming deals as well as all sorts of others.

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