If you're looking to get hold of one of the best Nintendo Switch deals on the market this month? Then you've landed on the perfect page to do so.
That's because we absolutely love The Big N's hot handheld console and, as such, have spent hours scouring the internet for the absolute best Nintendo Switch deals going so we can pass them on to you.
And, because we like to go the extra mile, we've also rounded up the best deals on the Nintendo Switch Pro controller, Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons, and selection of Nintendo Switch-friendly Micro SD cards, too. What deal bonanza – and it's not even Black Friday yet!
While the Wii U was never as bad as it was made out to be, there's no denying that Nintendo needed to move on and move on in style. Nintendo Switch has that and then some, with a fantastic portable console going from strength to strength in terms of gaming ecosystem.
Now is a great time to be shopping for a Nintendo Switch, too, with shops like Amazon, Currys, AO and Walmart currently offering some top prices and bundles on Nintendo Switch, so it is definitely worth browsing round now as there are deals to be bagged.
Best Nintendo Switch deals for July 2019
Cheap Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controller deals
Looking for some more controllers to get some extra players involved? Now's a great time to bag a pair of new Joy-Cons with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe just around the corner. Take a look at the latest prices below.
Nintendo Switch Pro controller deals
Nintendo has the more traditional gamers covered with its Switch Pro controller – however the £65/$70 RRP is a little eye watering. Check out the very latest deals below though as you might find one for less.
Nintendo Switch Micro SD memory card deals
The new Nintendo console only has 32GB of internal storage. So you'll want to buy a cheap Nintendo Switch memory card if you're thinking about picking up a few digital purchases. The extra space may come in handy when games receive the latest patches too.
Nintendo Switch-compatible memory cards are pretty cheap. We wouldn't bother with a measly 32GB ones as the 64GB ones only cost about £20/$25, which should keep you going for a while.
The Nintendo Switch takes Micro SD cards from the MicroSDHC and MicroSDXC range, with the latter soon to be available in 2TB sizes. Nintendo has their own branded cards, but they cost significantly more and don't represent good value really. So take a look at this collection of cheap MicroSD Nintendo Switch-friendly cards.