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SAVE $40: As of Jan. 30, you can get a refurbished Nintendo Switch Lite for $159.99 at Best Buy, down from its regular price of $199.99. That's a savings of 20%.

Truly dedicated gamers know that the game never really ends. That's why it's important to take it with you during flights, road trips, and anywhere you may need to distract yourself during long wait times. The cost of portable gaming consoles can definitely make a dent in your budget, but now may be the right time to snatch one up for less.

As of Jan. 30, Best Buy is offering a refurbished Nintendo Switch Lite for $159.99. That's $40 less than its usual price of $199.99, and represents a savings of 20%. Best Buy has strict rules about its refurbished products: they are repaired to work as new, include a warranty, are subject to the same return and refund rules as other projects, and allow you to accrue My Best Buy points. This particular Nintendo Switch Lite was also Geek Squad certified, meaning it was put through a series of tests prior to placing it back on the market.

With a screen size of 5.5 inches, you get just enough detail to see the action without having to lug a heavy device around. This Nintendo Switch Lite includes an integrated speaker and AC adapter with a battery so you'll never run out of juice. It's also super lightweight at 0.61 pounds and makes a perfect gift for children and teens.

This Nintendo Switch Lite features both WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, which lets you connect with up to eight Nintendo Switch systems for group gaming sessions. You'll also be able to play any Nintendo games that support handheld.

Offers like this only come around once in a while. It's worth taking a look.

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