Looking for the perfect power bank for your Steam Deck or ROG Ally? Then look no further. The widely popular and highly recommended Anker 737 portable charger has dropped to just $99.99 in Amazon Prime Day sales. This is the best price we’ve seen the power bank in a while, but it wasn’t long ago we were raving about the charger at $120, let alone $100. Today’s your last chance to take advantage of this Prime Day deal as well!

With that extra $20 off compared to the last sale, this marks itself as one of the very best Prime Day deals of the shopping event, and well worth considering if you’ve been after the perfect portable charger for on-the-go gaming. For more deals, check out our full roundup of Prime Day gaming deals as well.

There are plenty of other great deals to check out right now as well, including the Samsung Evo Select 512GB MicroSD Card down to an all-time low of $29.99 for Prime members. This is another perfect deal for Steam Deck, ROG Ally, or even Switch owners. Otherwise, our other favorite SD card choice the TeamGroup A2 Pro is also down to just $28.99 if you want to save an extra dollar vs the Samsung Evo. Both are great choices and well worth the current asking price on sale.

Our Top Pick

Samsung Evo Select 512GB Micro SD Card

Best deal so far this year.

Another Top Pick

TeamGroup A2 Pro 512GB Micro SD Card

More Great Deals During Prime Day 2023

There are plenty of other great deals to check out during the Prime Day sale, which ends after today. This includes 3-months of Amazon Music Unlimited for free, 30% off the new Amazon Echo Buds (2023), and a whole selection of Amazon devices that have seen huge discounts.

Plus, we’ve even got 10 vital tips and tricks for you to follow to ensure you save as much as possible this Prime Day. If you’re trying to keep costs down while maintaining your favorite hobby, stay tuned for more incredible discounts, or follow @IGNDeals on Twitter for even more Prime Day updates.

Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.

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