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How do you get $10 off on prime Day?

To receive the freebie, you must enter promo code “GCPRIME2021″ at checkout. After the purchase is made, your $10 credit will be added to your account two days after. Prime Day is an exclusive mega online shopping event for members. You can sign up for a 30-day free trial to Amazon Prime here. nj.comAmazon gift card $10 credit: How to get the freebie on Prime Day 2021

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Getting Amazon's FREE 128GB MicroSD Card

Tech Times 25 June, 2021 - 07:28am

Amazon Prime Day will only last for a short period since this two-day sale event will only happen from June 21 to 22. Before it ends, the giant retail store decided to release a free 128GB microSD card. 

However, there's a catch. You still need to buy the Nintendo Switch Lite Bundle before you can get this sweet treat. The freebie is specifically the popular Nintendo-licensed SanDisk 128GB MicroSDXC card. 

Most online stores and other retailers sell this microSD card for about $35. However, you can get it at no cost. All you need to do is buy the new $200 Nintendo Switch Lite bundle. 

Once you purchase this deal, you can choose the coral, blue, or purple version of the popular console. To give you more ideas, here are other details of Amazon's sweet treat. 

According to Engadget's latest report, many players, especially those playing lots of games in Nintendo Switch Lite, usually need extra space for newly downloaded titles. 

Right now, Nintendo Switch Lite only offers 32GB of onboard storage. However, this is still small compared to the additional 128GB microSD card if you purchase Amazon Prime Day's latest console bundle. 

The free microSD card offers read speeds of up to 100MB/s and write speeds up to 90MB/s. This means that all the games you store on the card will certainly run smoothly. But, since Amazon Prime Day offers lots of great deals, many consumers tend to spend their money on other offers. 

To help you purchase the new Nintendo Switch Lite bundle, here are the deals of Amazon Prime Day that you should definitely avoid.  

CNBC provided some of the deals you need to avoid during the popular Amazon Prime Day sale event. 

Since the giant retailer offers products that seem to have great discounts, some consumers and other product experts explained that you can still find these items at cheaper costs in other shops. 

These include Walmart, Target, and Bestbuy. To give you more ideas, here are the products you need to avoid:

On the other hand, some consumers, who are very familiar with Amazon Prime Day, explained that these items will come cheaper during the Cyber Monday and Black Friday events. This simply shows that if you want to save more money, you need to be patient. 

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The best Nintendo Switch Prime Day deals you can get right now | CNN Underscored

CNN 22 June, 2021 - 09:41am

The Nintendo Switch is still one of the hottest game consoles out right now, and while it rarely goes on sale, Prime Day is a great chance to score some great accessories and games for less. From special Switch bundles to huge discounts on must-have titles and peripherals, here are the best Nintendo Switch deals we’ve picked out for this year’s Prime Day.

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Nintendo Finally Responds to Rumors Surrounding New Switch

HYPEBEAST 21 June, 2021 - 01:57pm

“We are always looking at technology and how technology can enhance gameplay experiences. It’s not technology for technology’s sake,” Bowser told The Post. “It’s how specifically can technology enhance a gameplay experience. And then where do you apply that technology? Do you want to apply it on current existing hardware or platforms, or do you want to wait for the next platform? And then what’s the right gameplay experience with that? There’s a host of factors that goes into it, and it’s something we’re always looking at.”

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The Nintendo Switch Firmware Saga Seems to Finally Have Been Resolved - IGN

IGN 21 June, 2021 - 01:11pm

This error code appeared with the 12.0.3 update that hit Switch consoles earlier this month and it prevented players from downloading games and updates for games, amongst other things. Until now, there was no fix for this error either, as reported by NintendoLife.

NintendoLife reports that the 2123-1502 error code has been fixed after some scheduled maintenance occured on June 20. Switch dataminer OatmealDome tweeted on June 18 that they noticed a scheduled maintenance for June 29 and they seemed to think that this might have been when Nintendo would fix the firmware problem.

However, others replied to OatmealDome on Twitter to let them know some players are reporting that the error code problem had been resolved thanks to a server side update.

Many others on Twitter are also reporting that the newest (and seemingly fixed) version of the 12.0.3 update is live and works, which means the 2123-1502 error code does not appear when trying to download a game, for example.

@NintendoUK have nintendo sorted it out coz I've got the new update 12.0.3 and I've been downloading games and updating them and the error code 2123-1502 has not been stopping it

This is great news for Switch players as anyone who had downloaded 12.0.3, which was live for quite some time before users and Nintendo realized it had problems, were stuck with the 2123-1502 error code.

The update orignally went out the day the newest season of Fortnite, a game quite popular on Switch, went live and left many players unable to update Fortnite to the latest season. Elsewhere, some people weren't able to download updates for their games or even download new games.

It didn't help that many Switch consoles were unable to download games during E3 2021, a particularly popular time for video games. Catch up on everything announced at the E3 2021 Nintendo Direct while waiting for the proper 12.0.3 update to download and then read about Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser's response to reports of new Switch hardware.

Nintendo president confirms company is "always looking at tech" but doesn't mention Switch Pro

Gamesradar 21 June, 2021 - 01:07pm

The Washington Post asked Nintendo president Doug Bowser about the Switch Pro

"We are always looking at technology and how technology can enhance gameplay experiences. It's not technology for technology's sake," Bowser says. "It’s how specifically can technology enhance a gameplay experience. And then where do you apply that technology? Do you want to apply it on current existing hardware or platforms, or do you want to wait for the next platform? And then what’s the right gameplay experience with that? There’s a host of factors that goes into it, and it’s something we’re always looking at." 

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