Today’s Top Tech Deals: Nintendo Switch at Amazon, OnePlus 8 Price Drop, and More!

Today’s Top Tech Deals: Nintendo Switch at Amazon, OnePlus 8 Price Drop, and More!

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Today’s other top tech deals include Nintendo Switches being in stock at Amazon, a price drop on the OnePlus 8, and more!

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, $250 Off

Best Buy is offering the deepest discount on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra yet, offering $250 off the smart device. This is a flat discount, but you do need to do a 24-month payment plan and activate the Note 20 Ultra today in order to get the full discount. You can save even more by trading in your old phone!

    If you want one of the best deals on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra yet, you'll want to go to Best Buy. If you activate today and sign up for a 24-month payment plan, you'll pick up this premium flagship for $250 off.

The OnePlus 8 Drops $100

This Friday is full of smartphone deals, and OnePlus wants to get in on the action. They’ve dropped the price of their OnePlus 8 by $100, so you can grab this 5G 256GB model from Amazon for just $700. This phone has a 90 Hz refresh rate, a 4,300 mAh battery, and a 48 MP triple camera set-up. You really can’t go wrong with the OnePlus 8! If you want the green phone, you can also hop on over to OnePlus’s store and pick it up there for the same price.

    So many smartphones deals, so many choices, but you know you can't go wrong with the OnePlus 8. The phone maker has dropped the price of all models by $100, so you can pick up the 256 GB model from Amazon for a cool $700. That makes it available for Prime Shipping and an 18-month payment plan with the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa!

Samsung Galaxy A51 for $225

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra still too much for you? I’m in the same boat. Samsung currently has their Galaxy A51 smartphone for $225, down from the MSRP of $400. If you’re not trying to be on the bleeding edge of technology but just need a cheap upgrade to hold you over, this budget phone offering will set you up well. At the Samsung store, you can choose an unlocked model, or one that works with the big-name carriers.

    Grab yourself a budget phone that doesn't feel budget at all with the Samsung Galaxy A51. At the Samsung Store, you can pick up an unlocked or carrier-based version for just $225. It may not have 5G, but if you weren't looking to upgrade your carrier service, then you'll have no issues.

The Nintendo Switch is Actually Staying in Stock

I’m shocked–has Nintendo finally fixed their production line issues? Usually, the Nintendo Switches sell out way before I can include them in a round-up. That said, this is no time to sleep on picking one up now, as you never know when they’ll run out again! The newer model Switches come with improved Joy-Cons and better battery life than the launch model, so who knows, maybe it’s time for an upgrade.

    The Nintendo Switch is in stock at Amazon! While these stayed in stock all weekend, who knows how much longer it'll last. Grab one before it's too late!

Wireless USB WiFi Adapter, Only $15

One of the worst things about desktops is that they usually can’t connect to WiFi. That doesn’t seem like a big problem… until you realize that you need to thread an ethernet cable through your whole house or apartment. Solve the wiring woes with this wireless WiFi adapter, which you can grab for $15 by using the code 42XS7H23 at checkout. It even works with Windows XP, which is… certainly something!

    Why deals with long ethernet wires tripping you up everywhere? For $15 with code 42XS7H23 at checkout, you can get a WiFi adapter for your desktop and ditch the cords.

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Elizabeth Henges
Elizabeth Henges

As XDA Developers' Deals Guru, I find all the best tech deals and pass the savings onto you. I've been a journalist since the early 2010s, covering gaming, tech, and e-commerce. If you have any deals you'd like to pass on, you can e-mail me at [email protected]

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