You can pick up a 64GB microSD card from SanDisk for a dirt cheap price of just $19.99. This microSD card is tailor-made for the Nintendo Switch.
Storage is one of those things that no matter how much of it you have, you could always do with a little more of it in your life. With anything from smartphones to game consoles needing microSD cards in order to function at their best, picking up a bargain card is the kind of thing you just don’t want to miss out on. So when we got wind of a SanDisk 64GB card being available at a price that shouldn’t be missed, we wanted to make sure that you didn’t.
The card in question is the SanDisk 64GB microSD card for Nintendo Switch, and while it does have a Switch logo on and come in Nintendo packaging, this is a SanDisk microSD card just like any other. That means you can expect transfer rates of up to 100MB/s and you can, of course, use this in whatever hardware you wish. That being said, the Nintendo Switch is a great host for such a card, especially if you’re living the digital delivery life and are trying to avoid buying games on cartridges. Right now the 64GB card can be picked up for just $19.99, down from the original $42.99 asking price, although it does tend to sell for around $25 most days.
We’ve been big fans of the SanDisk microSD cards for years, and this deal is actually part of a larger sale that is running right now. That includes a number of SanDisk storage options that you might want to check out because, like we just said, more storage is never a bad thing to have.
Buy: SanDisk 64GB microSDXC UHS-I card for Nintendo Switch from Amazon: $19.99 | Original price $42.99
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