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This retro wireless gamepad makes for a great gift at just $20


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Gamers are notoriously difficult to shop for. Most are so particular, that there’s really only a few select items that they’ll truly appreciate, like the 8BitDo® SN30 Bluetooth Gamepad, which lets them play their favorite games with a retro, wireless spin. It’s just $20.39 with code MERRYSAVE15 today.

8BitDo is a brand that’s well known around the greater gaming community. They’ve made a name for themselves over the past few years designing quality gaming peripherals, and the SN30 is certainly no exception. Like their other products, the SN30 has been carefully designed to withstand some serious gameplay punishment, is comfortable to hold for long periods, and offers a fun retro aesthetic that takes you back to the gaming glory days.

On top of being built to last, the SN30 is compatible with a variety of platforms, allowing for seamless play between devices. It offers an enormous 18 hour playing time per charge, and it works with popular platforms like PC, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and more.

If you’ve got a gamer on your gift list and aren’t sure what to get them, then try the 8BitDo SN30 Bluetooth Gamepad, available in red, blue, yellow, or green. And now is the perfect time as you’ll also save an extra 15 percent and be able to purchase one for just $20.39 when you enter the code MERRYSAVE15 at checkout.

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