This official Nintendo 128GB MicroSD Card is just £17.99 in an early Prime Day deal

One if you don't have mush-room left on your Switch.

We're still a week away from Amazon Prime Day 2019, but the retailer has already got things underway early with this microSD card deal available exclusively for Prime members.

Until the end of the day, you can get this Nintendo Licensed SanDisk 128GB MicroSD Card for Nintendo Switch for only £17.99. The card usually floats around the £25 mark, so that's a decent slice of money off if you're looking for a healthy upgrade for your Switch storage.

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It may sound important, but being an officially licensed product doesn't really mean a great deal. Essentially, this is a bog-standard microSD card with a bit of Nintendo decoration for good measure. It's not specifically designed for the Switch, nor will it perform any better in your console. In fact, you won't even see the fancy design once it's installed!

Nevertheless, this is an excellent price for the card. The 128GB of extra space it offers will give you loads of room to install or download a whole array of additional Switch games, as the 32GB internal memory can fill up rather quickly.

In case you're looking for some other larger options, you can also currently get an Integral 256GB microSD card for £26.99 from Amazon UK. For even more choices, do head over to our guide to the best Nintendo Switch SD cards at Jelly Deals.

These early offers are the first signs of Amazon Prime Day 2019 truly getting into gear. The sale extravaganza begins next Monday, so do keep an eye on our Prime Day gaming deals hub for all the latest offers as and when they go live.

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