Never clean out the fridge again.
The capacity of the microSD card continues to grow, while the prices continue to come down. If you stop and think about a physical representation of all that storage, it’s mind-blowing. You can get a SanDisk 400GB microSD card on sale today, roughly the equivalent of 400,000 books worth of information. That means you can future proof your Nintendo Switch and save right now.
We’ve gone ahead an collected some amazing deals on Switch compatible microSD cards right now. Some of these are priced at their lowest price, ever, while others, like the highly rated Silicon Power 64GB microSD card for $10.99, are just too good to pass up. But first, grab one of these Switch bundles if you haven’t already grabbed yourself a Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo Switch Double Helix Bundle
If you have a microSD card, put it to good use with this Fortnite Nintendo Switch bundle. You get some V-Bucks and an exclusive skin, all at the price normally associated with the Switch.
Nintendo Switch Mario Tennis Aces Bundle
Another great bundle with a great price. This one comes with 2 games for $359, which makes it a good deal, but it also is a good place to start expanding on your storage capacity. Did you know the Switch supports microSD up to 2TB? They haven’t even come out with a card that enormous yet. Good looking out, Nintendo.
SanDisk 400GB microSD Card
Lowest price ever on Amazon.
At its peak, the great library of Alexandria had roughly the equivalent of 400GB worth of books, and it’s one of the wonders of the ancient world. Now you can fit all that knowledge into a device so small, you could conceivably swallow it (please don’t), AND Amazon will deliver it to your house. The reality is, you’ll probably use all that room for more awesome games, but I bet the 9 goddesses of the arts to whom the ancient library was dedicated would appreciate it nonetheless.
SanDisk 256GB microSD Card
Save $87.00 off its regular price.
SanDisk 200GB microSD Card
SanDisk 128GB microSD Card
SanDisk Extreme 64GB microSD Card
Silicon Power 64GB microSD Card
Seth Macy is IGN’s tech and commerce editor. Find him on Twitter @sethmacy.