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The entry-level Steam Deck is cheaper than ever ahead of Steam’s Summer Sale

A Steam Deck on a white and orange background.
The original Steam Deck is still a great handheld, and right now, it’s as affordable as it gets in new condition. | Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

Summer has various official and unofficial starts to kick off the season, but the real one for many of us gamers is Steam’s annual Summer Sale — which Valve recently announced will begin on Thursday, June 27th, at 10AM PT / 1PM ET. And as an added treat, Valve’s entry-level Steam Decks are already on sale for an all-time low in the run-up to the event.

Valve is discounting the base Steam Decks sold through Steam’s online storefront by 15 percent through 10AM PT / 1PM ET on July 11th, dropping the price of the LCD-equipped handheld to $296.95 (about $52 off) in the 64GB configuration and $381.65 (about $67 off) in its 512GB variant. In addition to the storage upgrade, the 512GB model features an antiglare etched glass cover on its…

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