Neon Yellow Nintendo Joy-Con Controller In Stock Online At Best Buy

Posted: Jun 16 2017, 1:49am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Neon Yellow Nintendo Joy-Con Controller In Stock Online at Best Buy

The new ARMS Joy-Con Controller is on sale at Best Buy.

The highly anticipated new Nintendo Switch games ARMS is here. The boxing game with expandable arms is one of the blockbuster releases for the Nintendo Switch. The new Nintendo Switch game can be played alone, but the most fun is to play against somebody else or even in team.

Nintendo has created the Neon Yellow Joy-Con controller themed for ARMS that is now released. The Neon Yellow Nintendo Joy-Con Controller have been available for pre-order since a while now. If you did not pre-order, bestbuy.com is selling the Neon Yellow Joy-Con controller now. We expect the Neon Yellow Joy-Con controller to sell out quickly. So far Nintendo offers five different Joy-Con (L,R) pairs, each retailing for $79.99. The Joy-Con controller are almost as hard to find in stock as the console itself.

The Neon Yellow Joy-Con controller is also listed on GameStop and Walmart, but still marked as pre-order.

ARMS allows gamers to grab some friends for some team versus modes in 4-player action over local wireless or to go online as a pair, or fight in ranked 1-on-1 matches. Each fighter needs both Joy-Con controllers. To have more than one play ARMS on a Switch, you need a second pair.

Amazon still offers a 20% discount on all new Nintendo Switch games, bring the price down from $59.99 to $47.99. This deal also contineus to apply to ARMS game.

The E3 2017 is brought besides many new Nintendo Switch game information also new Nintendo Switch inventory. GameStop released four new Nintendo Switch bundles online starting at $399.99. Customers can collect a $20 discount on one of the new Switch bundles on offer. There is no other online store selling the Nintendo Switch at the moment.

We expect more new Nintendo Switch stock to arrive in time by Friday, when ARMS is released. Read today's Nintendo Switch Stock Update for the latest.

To find Nintendo Switch in stock online in the coming days, shoppers can use our new The Tracker app, available as free download for iOS and Android. The app sends a notification when the Nintendo Switch is in stock online at major retailers. We are in the process of releasing a new major update that will also bring deals tracking for the upcoming Amazon Prime Day 2017.

We just made the I4U News Nintendo Switch summer giveaway more attractive by adding another Nintendo Switch Pro controller to the bundle. Now the value of the Switch bundle we are giving away for free is $500.

The big upcoming Switch games are Arms on June 16 and Splatoon 2 on July 21. Amazon offers pre-order discounts on both of the titles for Prime members to the tune of 20%. Read the latest Nintendo Switch news.

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Updated: 2018-07-22 02:11:49am

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