The Nintendo Switch Lite has been given its first major discount since Black Friday, bringing it down to the same low price we saw during the end-of-year sale bonanza.Currys PC World is currently boasting the £169 price point on each of the console’s three main colours – down from the usual £199. Amazon appears to have already fallen out of stock (how?). It was only Asda that dropped the price that low in stores last November. Nintendo Switch Lite for £169 from Currys PC World There doesn’t appear to be any particular event surrounding this sudden price drop, but we’re more than willing to take advantage of the sale all the same!The Switch Lite isn’t a bad way to go if you think you’ll be playing more on the go as it cannot be docked to a TV like the original Switch. The Joy-Con controllers are also directly attached to the device so it makes it a more robust portable option – especially good if you have children that might want to play with it. If you do decide to grab one of these Switch Lite deals then you’ll probably want some games and accessories to go with it too,… Read full this story
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