If you’ve been struggling to find the Nintendo Switch in stock recently you’re not alone, however we’ve been seeing Nintendo Switch deals flashing in and out of stock more and more frequently over the past few weeks. Today you’ll find the console available for its $299 MSRP at Amazon, though you’ll be waiting a little while to get your hands on one. If you don’t want to wait, you’ll also find stock available at Walmart as well.
This new Nintendo Switch stock follows months of silence from both Nintendo and retailers usually offering Switch deals. With stock plummeting over the course of the global pandemic, it was difficult to imagine a time when the Joy-Con would flow freely again.
That time has now come, and while this is a pre-order for future stock Amazon is expecting to receive, we still wouldn’t sleep on it. Best Buy and other retailers have seen their own sparse inventories wiped out every time they’ve offered a Nintendo Switch deal this week, so Amazon’s units won’t last long.
You’ll find more information on this deal just below, but you can also browse our full round up of the best Nintendo Switch deals available now. Or, check out the latest Nintendo Switch Lite bundles hitting the market.
Today’s best Nintendo Switch deals
Nintendo Switch pre-order: $299 at Amazon
Grab a Nintendo Switch for just $299 at Amazon this week – that’s a welcome relief considering the price-hiked rates we’ve been seeing over the past few months. What’s more, Amazon has stock of both the red and blue Nintendo Switch (linked here) and the grey model as well. While you can still order them now and beat the crowds, these consoles will start shipping from September 25.
Nintendo Switch: $299 at Walmart
If you don’t want to wait you’ll also find the Nintendo Switch in stock at Walmart – that’s great news that hopefully spells the end of this troublesome period for Switch shoppers.
More Nintendo Switch deals
If you’re still searching for a Nintendo Switch in stock, check out the latest prices and availability from a range of retailers in our comparison chart below.