Expand your Nintendo Switch storage with a 256GB SD card for just 26.99

Install Breath of the Wild 19 times!

Fresh off the mountain of new games announced at this year's Nintendo E3 Direct, we've been blessed with one of the best Nintendo Switch SD card deals we've seen in some time.

If you think you're going to be a bit short on space when Luigi's Mansion 3, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening and more arrive, then you'll want to grab this Integral 256GB micro SD card for only 26.99 at Amazon UK.

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That's a terrific price for an SD card of that size - and offers more than enough storage to save you from having to tinker around deleting old games from your Nintendo Switch for a good while. To put it into context, this card will give you enough room to install Breath of the Wild 19 times!

Yeah, that'll cut it for now.

You can start to fill up all that free space straight away if there's anything you like in our roundup of the best Nintendo Switch game deals. The likes of Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle and Diablo 3: Eternal Collection are all included.

As for the best deal on a Nintendo Switch itself? Your best option is to go to GAME where you'll find a Nintendo Switch with Super Mario Maker 2 and a 30 eShop voucher for just 299.99. You can also add games such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate if you browse through their entire collection of Switch bundles.

Meanwhile, we've gathered together even more of the best Nintendo Switch SD card offers over at Jelly Deals. There's everything from smaller 32GB options to monstrous 400GB behemoths if you're really looking to future proof yourself for some time!

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