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You can still get $40 off a Nintendo Switch OLED

In case you can’t get a Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom edition Switch OLED, this is a cheaper alternative

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A Nintendo Switch OLED Model being inserted into its dock
Woot is offering a rare $30 discount on the Nintendo Switch OLED
Photo: Nintendo
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The Nintendo Switch OLED model with white Joy-Cons is selling for $309.99, which is $40 off its usual price at stores. Woot’s sale was originally set to last for just 24 hours, but it now shows that it has two days remaining. This model has Nintendo’s one-year warranty that covers manufacturing defects, so it’s no different than one you’d buy from other U.S. retailers.

The Switch OLED is the fanciest version of the popular handheld, with the highlight being its larger, more contrast-rich OLED screen (hence the name). As such, it’ll be the best screen to play The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom on. It also brings improved audio, a more robust kickstand, and more internal storage (64 GB versus 32 GB in other models). In terms of features and power, it plays just like the normal Switch, and the Switch OLED is compatible with microSD cards if you need more space for game downloads.

Nintendo Switch OLED console at Walmart

  • $310
  • $350
  • 12% off

Prices taken at time of publishing.

  • $310 at Walmart

While its perfectly capable on its own, there are several excellent accessories for the Nintendo Switch OLED that can really elevate your experience. We’ve dropped a handful of selections below, but feel free to check out our collection of the best Nintendo Switch accessories for more cool extras.

Nintendo Switch Pro controller

  • $69

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Compatible with PC, Switch

  • $69 at Amazon
  • $70 at GameStop
  • $70 at Best Buy

Hori Split Pad Compact

  • $42
  • $50
  • 17% off

Prices taken at time of publishing.

  • $42 at Amazon
  • $42 at Best Buy

Samsung EVO Select microSD card

  • $20
  • $25
  • 20% off

Prices taken at time of publishing.

  • $20 at Amazon (256 GB)
  • $30 at Amazon (512 GB)

Update (March 28): Woot extended the sale period. It was originally planned to last for just Monday, March 27, but it has two more days.

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