Where to buy the Nintendo Switch: Get the latest inventory updates for Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart – CNET

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Through much of last year, Nintendo struggled to keep up with demand for its venerable little Switch (and¬†Switch Lite, for that matter). And though the Switch has made some cameo appearances at major retailers, it’s all-but-entirely sold out again at most major retailers at its regular $300 price tag.

And the news gets worse: If you saw one of the snazzy bundles over the holidays and were hoping to buy one of them now — like the Mario Kart or Fortnite-themed Switch bundles — you’re almost certainly out of luck, at least until the next holiday season rolls around. It appears that the late 2020 Switch bundles were limited-time offers.¬†

Want to snag a Switch for yourself? It doesn’t matter if you’ve been wanting one since they were sold out through most of 2020 or you’re just getting one to fill the PS5-shaped hole in your soul. Either way, scroll down — we’ll update this story often so you can see at a glance where the Switch is in stock to save you some fruitless clicking. And if they’re all sold out when you land on this page — as they are right now, as I’m updating the story — your only practical option is to but an admittedly overpriced reseller bundle. We highly advise waiting for the $300 retail version, but if you absolutely have to have it right now, resellers like Overstock have Switch bundles for about $460. Caveat emptor.¬†

Nintendo Switch in stock right now

Amazon

Update: There are currently no Nintendo Switch consoles available for online purchase for $300 at Amazon.  

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Best Buy

Update: There are currently no Nintendo Switch consoles available for online purchase for $300 at Best Buy.


GameStop

Out of stock

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