Nintendo Switch In Stock Online Again

Posted: Apr 28 2017, 9:13am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Nintendo Switch in Stock Online Again
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The new wave of Nintendo Switch stock spills into online stores.

Nintendo supplied retailers with enough Nintendo Switch stock that the coveted new Nintendo console is also again available in online stores. The $299.99 Nintendo Switch was in stock on on April 27.

GameStop offered also new stock of its $499.99 Nintendo Switch Mario Kart bundle, that had sold out previously. The online offers of the Nintendo Switch are addign to the numerous Walmart, Target and GameStop stores that have the Nintendo Switch in stock this week. ToysRUs has the Nintendo Switch in stock today as well.

The new Switch restocking is timed with the release of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe today. Tthe list of stores that offer the Nintendo Switch guides shoppers to the right places to find a Switch in stock today. It is still not trivial to find a Switch in stock because of the tremendous consumer demand.

The chances to find a Switch on a store shelf today are though higher than in a long time. iStockNow reports that over 800 GameStop stores, 1170 Walmart stores and 1,150 Target stores are supposed to have the Nintendo Switch in stock.

Before heading out to your local stores, it is advisable to cross check iStockNow with BrickSeek if possible. It is also recommended to arrive as early as possible at stores to beat the competition as the number of Switch a store receives are still very low.

The influx of new Nintendo Switch consoles has pushed down the reseller prices to around $370. A legit looking offer goes for $376.99 with free shipping on

To find a Nintendo Switch in stock online, shoppers can try our new stock tracking service The Tracker. Find the current offers for the Nintendo Switch with Gray Joy-Con and the offers for the Nintendo Switch with Neon Joy-Con.

The new Nintendo Switch launched on March 3 and as expected, the new console sold out on launch day. Nintendo announced on April 27 that the company sold 2.74 million Nintendo Switch consoles to date. The Japanese video game company is now fully back on track and forecasts to sell 10 million Switch consoles in the next 12 months.

The Nintendo Switch is a completely new video game concept. It's a mobile console first with removable small controllers. The mobile unit with display rests in a Nintendo Switch console connected to your TV.

The mobile unit slides inside the Switch docking station, where it also gets charged. The small controllers that are detachable from the mobile unit also slide onto a home controller.

The Nintendo Switch games sell for $59.99 like the games for the PS4 and Xbox One. The Nintendo Switch game line-up includes Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Nintendo killed region locking on the Nintendo Switch. Any game sold in any region is playable on the Nintendo Switch.

The system includes the main console, Joy-Con (L) and Joy-Con (R) controllers, a Joy-Con grip (to which two Joy-Con are attached and used as one controller), a set of Joy-Con wrist straps, a Nintendo Switch dock (which holds the main console and connects it to a TV), an HDMI cable and an AC adapter. Two versions of the system are available: a version with a set of gray Joy-Con, and a version with one neon blue and one neon red Joy-Con. Read the lastest Nintendo Switch news.

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