Quick Answer: Is The Nintendo Switch Out Of Stock?

Update: This Nintendo Switch deal is now out of stock, but you’ll find plenty of Switch Lite consoles available further down the page.

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Why is the Nintendo switch out of stock?

According to the latest reports from Bloomberg, Nintendo’s supply chain has been affected by the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Problems with a production bottleneck caused by the coronavirus have led to limited component supplies coming out of China.

Why is Nintendo switch out of stock UK?

Original Nintendo Switch models will be back in stock March 13th, available to pre-order now. Update 3: Due to the current health situation impacting both stock and supply, the main model Nintendo Switch – which has been very hard to get a hold of since Black Friday 2019 anyway – is currently very, very tricky to find.

Who has the Nintendo switch in stock?

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StoreProduct TitlePrice
GameStopConsole – Nintendo Switch Blue/Red Joy-Con ()$299.99
WalmartConsole – Nintendo Switch Blue/Red Joy-Con ()$299.00
GameStopConsole – Nintendo Switch Gray Joy-Con ()$299.99
WalmartConsole – Nintendo Switch Gray Joy-Con ()– – –

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When did Nintendo Switch back in stock?

There’s still a smattering of stock across the US, UK and Australia for you to take advantage of. You’ll still find stock on the Nintendo Switch Lite at Adorama right now, coming in at the standard $199 retail price as well. You’ll find both the grey model and the turquoise version available for delivery as well.

Is the switch Lite worth it?

The Nintendo Switch Lite is a fantastic handheld. I like the heavier feel to the Switch, and the larger display is a nice bonus too. That isn’t a knock against the Switch Lite, as I think it’s a great device that’s well worth the price, but for me, I’d rather pay more to have that additional functionality.

Why are Nintendo switches so expensive?

The reason you’re paying more is because Nintendo likely doesn’t want to risk operating at a loss per console because they got burned pretty bad with that practice for the Wii U and learned their lesson.