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You can save up to 20 percent on refurbished and like-new Nintendo Switch handhelds

A photo of the standard Nintendo Switch
There’s still a lot of life left in one of gaming’s best handhelds. | Photo by James Bareham / The Verge

If you’re looking for some interactive entertainment to keep your brain engaged during summer travels, the Nintendo Switch is a great companion. Even with the Switch 2 confirmed to be in the works, it’s still worth picking up the original if you don’t already have one. Now through May 31st, there’s a great chance to scoop one up at a lower price than you’ll find at retail.

You could go with a refurbished unit of the handheld-only Switch Lite, for example, which is down to $160.99 ($39 off) at Woot for a light blue “Timmy and Tommy Aloha” model or $164.95 (about $35 off) at Woot for one in coral pink.

If you anticipate wanting to play on a TV, you can pick up an original Nintendo Switch model with a dock and detachable Joy-Con…

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