Amazon Prime Day 2021 is now live in Australia, and as is normally the case, you can save big on new Nintendo Switch consoles. At the moment you can grab a Nintendo Switch for AU$349 (opens in new tab), which is a whopping AU$120.95 off the RRP. Sure, we've seen it at this price before, but it's around AU$50 cheaper than the most recent Switch deal we've seen.
Nintendo Switch console |
AU$469.95 AU$349 (opens in new tab)
The Nintendo Switch hit AU$400 during Amazon's Mid-Year Sale earlier this month, but we hope you waited: it's now a whole AU$50 cheaper than it was going for back then. The Grey (opens in new tab) version is also available cheaper, though not as cheap at AU$379. Amazon, never stop being confusing (actually, do please).
The main Switch model is a good price, but if you're after the Switch Lite, that model is cheaper than we've ever seen it: it's currently AU$228 (opens in new tab), a whole AU$102 cheaper than it's usual price. That applies to all colours, too.
If you're keen to expand the storage at the same time, you could also pick up one of Samsung's Switch compatible microSD cards, which are starting from AU$7.90 at the moment. More storage is always better.
Samsung microSD cards | from AU$7.90 (opens in new tab) (up to 48% off)
Fancy an extra 64GB storage in your Nintendo Switch for a smidgeon under a tenner? Check out Samsung's microSD range, which is currently discounted as part of Amazon Prime Day.
Oh, and there are tonnes of great deals on Switch games too, because you're gonna want games. Here's a selection:
Super Mario Maker 2 | AU$49 (usually AU$79.95) (opens in new tab)
Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 | AU$49 (usually AU$79.95) (opens in new tab)
Immortals Fenyx Rising | AU$33.95 (usually AU$89.95) (opens in new tab)
Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate | AU$42.95 (usually AU$89.95) (opens in new tab)
Kingdoms of Amalur Re-Reckoning | AU$37.45 (usually AU$59.95) (opens in new tab)
Looking for more brilliant prices on games and accessories? Look no further than our regularly updated list of the best gaming deals in Australia (opens in new tab).