Get a 512GB Nintendo Switch Memory Card for Just $24.99 Before Prime Day


Want to boost the storage capacity of your Nintendo Switch, Steam Deck, or ASUS ROG Ally? Well, Walmart is now offering SanDisk Ultra 512GB Micro SDXC Card for just $24.99. Walmart+ members get free shipping, otherwise you’ll need to boost your order to $35. This is currently the cheapest 512GB Micro SDXC card we’ve seen from a legitimate brand. It’s part of a larger Walmart sale that competes with Amazon Prime Day. SanDisk is owned by Western Digital and is the most popular brand of memory cards for the Nintendo Switch.

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SanDisk Ultra Micro SDXC 512GB Card for $24.99

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SanDisk Ultra 512GB Micro SDXC Card Compatible with Nintendo Switch

If you’ve started building a digital game collection, you’re probably already aware of how confined the Switch’s base storage capacity is. The Switch and Switch OLED have 32GB and 64GB of internal storage, respectively, with some of that reserved for the operating system. Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom uses 16GB, while Breath of the Wild uses around 13.5GB. If you were to buy them digitally, those two games alone would take up the entire internal storage of the OG Switch. The Switch only has one expansion slot, so you’ll want to make sure you’re getting the biggest card you can afford.

The SanDIsk Ultra Micro SDXC card is compatible with virtually any device that accepts the Micro SDXC card standard. This includes Nintendo SwitchSteam Deck and ASUS ROG Ally. It has a U1 A1 speed class with read speeds of up to 120 MBps. There are faster cards, but the Nintendo Switch cannot take advantage of such speeds. An SD card adapter is also included in the package.

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