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Steam Deck LCD 64GB and 512GB discounted until July 11

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If you're still somehow on the fence about buying a Steam Deck, here's a good chance for you to get one cheaper as Valve given two models a discount.

With the introduction of the Steam Deck OLED in November 2023, the Steam Deck LCD 64GB and 512GB are being phased out and eventually won't be sold any more. The main models that will continue are the 256GB LCD, 512GB OLED and 1TB OLED Steam Decks.

So to help things along Valve has given the Steam Deck LCD 64GB and 512GB a 15% discount, which will last until July 11th 10am PDT / 5PM UTC. This is of course only until stocks lasts, so you may want to be quick to secure one.

You can get them now for

  • 64GB LCD - £262.65 / $296.65
  • 512GB LCD - £330.65 / $381.65

Buy direct from the Steam Store.

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Eike Jun 24
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I guess it's often hard to buy second-best, but I still think it's s good deal.
As a happy owner of an LCD Steam Deck and using it every night for gaming, to me that's an absolute bargain, if I didn't own one right now, I'd snap that up in a heart beat.
Woodlandor Jun 24
Pretty sure I sold my 512GB LED steam deck to my brother for more than that when I bough the 1 TB OLED
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tmtvl Jun 24
Quoting: gradyvuckovicAs a happy owner of an LCD Steam Deck and using it every night for gaming, to me that's an absolute bargain, if I didn't own one right now, I'd snap that up in a heart beat.

Idem, I got a 'refurbished' LCD Deck and I love it, I've played IDK how many hours of Speed Dreams on it, it's awesome.
Stella Jun 24
I only own the LCD Deck, but in my opinion it's no less worthy of purchase than the OLED model. I mean, Valve surely wouldn't have released it otherwise? And for me personally, the upgrades aren't really that meaningful. I mostly use it at home, so battery life doesn't matter. I don't think I need an OLED screen, as I'm perfectly happy with mine on the LCD Deck, and I don't really fancy screen burn-in that OLEDs are susceptible to. Also, the new WIFI chip wouldn't make that much a difference, as my internet speed is already slower than the old chip. Maybe the bigger screen + less bezels would be cool though. But that's not enough reason for me to buy another Deck. I bought the 64GB model and upgrade the internal storage to 1TB, that was certainly cheaper than paying premium for Valve's storage options
One day, the Steam Deck may be available in Australia...
Quoting: pleasereadthemanualOne day, the Steam Deck may be available in Australia...
If you're in Australia my recommendation would be to buy it from Kogan
- Fellow aussie here
Hannes Jun 25
I find it curious how long the "limited" LCD supplies last. On the high end, the OLED Limited Edition was also available for longer than expected. Do people just singularly love the OLED base model and buy nothing else, or is the market getting saturated? But then why does Valve still not sell the Deck in Australia etc.?

Anyway, I don't trust the PWM flicker of the Samsung OLED screen, so I probably won't upgrade my LCD model for the years to come.


Last edited by Hannes on 25 June 2024 at 8:21 am UTC
hardpenguin Jun 25
QuoteSteam Deck LCD 64GB
This is the one I have, just dropped that SD card inside and it works like a charm. I played like tens if not over a hundred of different games on it already!
Boldos Jun 25
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Quoting: hardpenguin
QuoteSteam Deck LCD 64GB
This is the one I have, just dropped that SD card inside and it works like a charm. I played like tens if not over a hundred of different games on it already!
I understood that there is small hdd/ssd inside...
So, you can also put a uSD card next to that and combine both drives as Steam storage? Or how does this work, actually?
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