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Nintendo Switch Neon Extended Battery Console - £233.48 Delivered With Code

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emmabeckz
2 weeks ago
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With the brand new version OLED Switch coming out today, you can get a real bargain on this Nintendo Switch Neon extended battery life version console.

It was £291.85 but use the code FALL20 and get it for £233.48 delivered at Shopto on ebay. The grey is out of stock so just this version is available.

On lots of kids Christmas lists this year after being a shortage of them during lockdown. The code expires 12th October at midnight or earlier if stock sells out.

Approx. 4.5-9 hours battery life. The battery life will depend on the games you play. For instance, the battery will last approximately 5.5 hours for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

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GemmaMcgeoch
GemmaMcgeoch2 weeks ago

Brilliant price thank you. Just what I needed to see when Christmas is round the corner and so many to buy for a bargains a plus...thanks for shareing 😊

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Golfforall
Golfforall2 weeks ago

With the new one now out , I would suspect these will be going for far less in the next few weeks ? I would suggest a "hit price " of £180 -£190 if you are not in a rush? Maybe even a star of Black Friday at £150 ish ? something to consider ?

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2 weeks ago

I bought the oled for my son for Christmas with the student discount offer when it first came out for pre-order. From what people are saying, there isn’t much difference but my boys was the first model with the rubbish battery and had started drifting in games despite replacing the joy con thingies so we decided on the oled but these are still fabulous value. I can’t believe there is still no flowing stock of PS5 yet

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Golfforall
Golfforall2 weeks ago

emmabeckz Not a gamer but thinking of starting once the days get too cold for my normal pastime ! (I'll be a fair weather golfer this winter 🙄) .

Obviously supply constraints (the slow boat from China amid chip shortages ) will affect what Xmas "must haves" will be available (and at what price ) .

Luckily I am past the age of having to rush around to find the "must have " present . Took me 3 months to get a Motocaddy at a decent price !

I totally empathise with those who "need ? " to get these must have items amid these shortages .

I realise it's not the same (I was happy with a Book token in my child hood ) - but perhaps an Amazon or Currys gift voucher might be an acceptable alternative ? Knowing the recipient can get want they want (almost certainly at a better price ) in January ?

Perhaps I am just too obsessed with getting stuff at vastly reduced prices ? I buy ridiculously overpriced golf stuff - but only when I can get 30 -40 % off . 😀

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