The Nintendo Switch launches today, the Japanese console maker’s first new system in four years. Here’s a list of brick and mortar and online retailers selling the Nintendo Switch, which has pricing at $399.99 CAD MSRP.
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- the online retailer launched exclusive Nintendo Switch sales at midnight PST on March 3, for Prime members only. Stock was available as of an hour ago, but is now sold out. Keep checking for Amazon to restock the console. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available for 20% off for Prime members.
- They just emailed customers to notify them the Nintendo Switch 32GB Console with Grey Joy?Con is in stock at $399.99. Limited to one per customer—but out of stock already.
- Both Gray Joy-Con and Neon Red/Blue Joy-Con versions are listed online, but sold out. You can subscribe to their email newsletter to get notified when stock is available.
- Walmart is sold out online of the Nintendo Switch, but does offer both Gray Joy-Con and Neon Red/Blue Joy-Con versions, priced at $399.96.
- The Nintendo Switch is sold out here, but Toys R Us says to check local stores for availability. Priced at $399.99 and also limited to 1 per customer.
- If you trade in any Wii U, PS4 or Xbox One, towards a Nintendo Switch, EB Games says the new console will only cost you $249.99, at $150 off. If you can find a used console for cheaper than $150, this may be a deal. Nintendo Switch not sold online from EB Games.
- Call and ask for stock; pick an obscure location away from the city centre.
- Call the store and press 4, then 1, to get to customer service, to ask for stock (BTW—Sidney has stock). Best to try a far away location to increase your chances of getting the console.
Nintendo also has released their Parental Controls iOS app, which lets parents take full control over access to the console.