Ever since the pandemic hit, Nintendo has been struggling to keep up with Switch and Switch Lite demand. However, according to a recent GameSpot report, Switch console production is back in full swing — or close to it, at least. That jibes with what we’ve seen in August, with the console popping up at online stores like Best Buy and Amazon at its regular $300 price tag.
Of course, it still sells out within minutes. But now that we’re seeing it in stock at stores on a fairly regular basis, we’re trying to keep closer track. We’ll update this story frequently, but you’ll want to click through below since the inventory status often changes on a minute-by-minute basis.
Update: As of Aug. 26, there are no Nintendo Switch consoles available for online purchase for $300 at Amazon.
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What’s a good price for the Switch?
Unsurprisingly, there’s no “deal” to be had at the stores above; the price is set firmly at $299.99, which is the regular SRP. Indeed, it’s been quite a while since we’ve seen any kind of Switch discount. (Holidays, 2019, if memory serves.)
That said, with bundles and used consoles selling for upwards of $400 or more, paying “only” the suggested retail price is a win on this product. (And don’t worry: Nintendo has already confirmed that it has.)
This post is updated regularly as inventory changes occur.
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