Get a 200GB Nintendo Switch SD card for just 21

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It's about time we had another good Nintendo Switch SD card deal. Good news, then, if you picked up a new console over Black Friday or got one at Christmas - this SanDisk Ultra 200 GB microSD card is now 20.99 at Amazon UK.

As far as value for money goes this is easily one of the best deals you'll find. A Switch only has 32GB of internal memory, so you'll be getting about six times more storage by popping this little card in.

When games like Breath of the Wild can take up almost 14GB when installed, too, you can see why an SD card becomes such an essential purchase.

It's official status doesn't really mean a whole lot, to be honest.

If you're looking to save a few extra pennies and think you don't need quite that much space for your gaming habits, you can also get this Nintendo-Licensed SanDisk 128GB microSD card for 17.99. For the sake of three quid, though, I'd suggest getting the 200GB card.

You can also ensure you've got enough space for, like, the rest of time, with this SanDisk Extreme 1TB microSD card. It is a massive 320.99 - and definitely more than a little excessive - but it's technically on offer too!

Remember, you can always keep track of the best SD cards for Nintendo Switch over at Jelly Deals. While there, you'll also find our picks for the best Nintendo Switch stylus and top Switch Lite accessories.

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