Nintendo Switch microSD card deal! Save up to 40% on official cards in this Black Friday-beating sale

Get big extra storage for games in time for Christmas with these funky Nintendo-branded microSDXC cards

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Though the Nintendo Switch doesn't do the 4K high-end graphics of the PS5 and Xbox Series X, it's games still take up plenty of space, filling the internal quickly. Handily, you can add microSD cards to add lots more room, and right now official Nintendo-branded microSD cards are up to 40% off at Amazon UK! We doubt you'll find anything better in the Black Friday deals.

The timing is perfect – get more storage ready for the big Christmas game releases, or get a nice early Christmas present in for someone with a Switch.

SanDisk microSDXC 64GB Nintendo version | Save 25% | Now £16.54 at Amazon UK
SanDisk microSDXC 128GB Nintendo version | Save 43% | Now £23.47 at Amazon UK
SanDisk microSDXC 256GB Nintendo version | Save 41% | Now £45.99 at Amazon UK

For reference, the download size of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is just over 13GB, while DOOM is 20GB. Smaller games such as the new (and excellent) Hades can be 5GB each easily – so you can see how storage quickly gets eaten up. A nice 128GB bump in size gives you space do download a great new suite of games.

You don't need to use the official Nintendo/SanDisk microSDXC cards in the Switch – it will take any microSD cards. But microSD cards come in different guises with different speeds of storage, so there's a peace of mind in knowing these are approved by Nintendo for the console… and who can resist the Nintendo game designs?

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Save up to 40% on official Nintendo Switch microSDXC cards at Amazon UK
Available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB sizes, and with cool designs from Nintendo games emblazoned on them, these SanDisk microSDXC cards are perfect for Switch, are licensed and endorsed by Nintendo, and are a bargain right now.View Deal

Matthew Bolton
Matthew Bolton

Matthew runs T3's magazine side putting the best gadgets in ink every month, having worked across on many tech mags over the last decade. He's also our resident Apple expert, and you absolutely should not get him started about Lego or board games unless you have a free afternoon and endless patience.