Prime members can score the new Nintendo Switch Lite for just $180 right now
For a limited time, Amazon Prime members can take $20 off the Nintendo Switch Lite gaming console at Woot. That brings the total down to $179.99 from its usual $200. Black Friday and Cyber Monday were a bit of a bust for Switch deals with best being the regular price plus a $25 gift card. So while this might be $5 less in savings, it is at least a direct discount. At Woot, you'll see the price display at $189.99, which is the price for nayone, though logging in with your Amazon Prime account takes a further $10 off at checkout. Even if you're only on the Prime free trial, you can still access the deal.
This is one of the best discounts to reach the new Lite edition of the Nintendo Switch. This model is designed for portability and has built-in Joy-Con controllers. It's down to $190 at Woot but Prime members automatically get it for $10 less.
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Read about the Nintendo Switch Lite in the iMore review that gave it 4.5 stars out of 5 with a Recommended badge. Rebecca Spear said "The Switch Lite is even better than I expected it would be. It feels amazing in my hands, has a stellar battery life, and is super easy to play on the go. I'll be using it more often instead of taking my larger Switch around with me."
The Nintendo Switch Lite is $100 less expensive than the regular Switch to begin with. It focuses on the portability of the console. It has an identical processor, a slightly smaller screen, and a battery life that's just as good as the full-size console. It is also perfectly compatible with all the regular Switch games as long as they support handheld mode, since that's the only mode the Switch Lite can do. The sleek design has fully integrated controls and a built-in +Control Pad.
Find more of the accessories you'll need for your new gaming console. This includes carrying cases, portable chargers, screen protectors, and more items to help you extend the life of your new console.
If you're interested in the regular Nintendo Switch, you might be interested in this bundle from Walmart. It includes the Switch for $300 but throws in $20 eShop credit and a carrying case. Plus the Joy-Cons are a Mario red. That's a nice little deal worth exploring for the Nintendo fans. If you're still torn between the Nintendo Switch and the Lite version, we have a handy comparison guide to help you decide.
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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.