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This $21 controller is a perfect gift for your favorite gamer

Available in a variety of colors, this gaming controller lets you play your games in old-school style
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December 11, 2019
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Finding the perfect gift for those gamers and tech-lovers on your holiday list is no easy task, since they tend to already have every game and console under the Sun.

But if they don't already have this incredibly retro 8BitDo® SN30 Bluetooth Gamepad, look no further. Available in a variety of colors, this wireless gaming controller lets you play your games in old-school style, and it's currently available for over 20 percent off at just $21 when you enter the coupon code MERRYSAVE15 at checkout.

Inspired by the original Game Boy Pocket, this Bluetooth controller is easy to connect to your favorite gaming consoles and platforms—including Windows, Android, macOS, Steam, Raspberry Pi and Switch systems.

You'll be able to play your favorite games in style and for up to eighteen hours on a single charge thanks to a 480mAh rechargeable Li-on battery, and there are a variety of controller modes (including X-input, D-input, Mac mode and Switch mode) for added functionality.

It also only takes between one and two hours to fully charge, meaning you'll be able to minimize time spent away from the gaming action.

Land the perfect gift for the game-lover on your list with an effortlessly cool and retro 8BitDo® SN30 Bluetooth Gamepad for just $21—over 20 percent off its usual price for a limited time when you enter the coupon code MERRYSAVE15 at checkout.

Prices are subject to change.

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