Sat. May 21st, 2022

The Nintendo Switch OLED may have just been released, but you would not know it if you live in some regions. Yep, that’s the same old story for another big tech launch, as it’s impossible to find Nintendo Switch OLED storage at many retailers. Although the news does not look so great right now, check back soon as we update this page regularly where you can buy Nintendo Switch OLED in your region.

Latest (Oct. 8): A few UK stores have Nintendo Switch OLED available for ordering, but the number is dropping all day. In the US, the console update is not available for purchase anywhere right now — and has actually been sold out since the first pre-order phase. We hope more consoles are available soon and will update the list below as soon as we find a rebuild.

Now that the pre-order period has passed, we will continue to keep an eye on the Nintendo Switch OLED stock at all the usual retailers after the release date of October 8th. We expect it to be a popular purchase as we move towards Black Friday 2021, so you need to act fast as soon as more consoles are available to get one before the end of the year.

At $ 349.99 / £ 309.99 / AU $ 539, the new Nintendo Switch OLED price is $ 50 / £ 40 / AU $ 60 more expensive than the original model. For that prize, you get a larger OLED display, a new kickstand, and a LAN-supporting dock. Nintendo Switch OLED was launched on October 8 along with Metroid Dread.

You’ll find all the latest news on Nintendo Switch OLED stocks right below, with a regularly updated list of retailers as soon as they receive orders. We will definitely be adding all the deals we see in this year’s Nintendo Switch Black Friday specials as soon as any discounts are live.

Nintendo Switch OLED stock in the USA

Retailers in the United States have completely sold through their first allocation of Nintendo Switch OLED stock. We continue to check in on them and update the list below with where to buy Nintendo Switch OLED. No stores have announced when their next rebuild will take place yet. Your best option is to follow ours Change OLED restores Twitter tracker Matt Swider for frequent updates in the United States.

Where to buy Nintendo Switch OLED in USA

Amazon | White (sold out) | Neon (sold out)
Amazon was moderately late in putting the latest console iteration up for sale and has not had any Nintendo Switch OLED stock since. Given its size, we can expect a refill to happen soon, and we’ll let you know as soon as news arrives.

Walmart | White (sold out) | Neon (sold out)
Walmart’s first wave of Nintendo Switch OLED shares lasted until July 17. Both models are now fully sold out. The retailer has been one of the best this year for rebuilding consoles on the PS5 and Xbox Series X, so it’s definitely worth keeping an eye out and checking in regularly for updates on its store pages.

Best Buy | White (sold out) | Neon (sold out)
Best Buy’s first wave of Nintendo Switch OLED stock on July 15 was sold out so quickly that many users reported that the ‘add to cart’ button was grayed out within minutes. It was actually followed by another wave on July 16, but it also sold out in a short time. There was a suggestion that they would have a refill on launch day, but nothing came of it – at least so far.

GameStop | White (sold out) | Neon (sold out)
GameStop was the last retailer to take first orders for the Nintendo Switch OLED. There has been nothing since the first fall, but it should be one of the best places to buy a Switch OLED console bundle further down the line if PS5 and Xbox Series X rebuilds are anything to go by.

Objectives | White (sold out) | Neon (sold out)
Out of all the major retailers, Target’s first batch of Nintendo Switch sold OLED stock slowly, so it’s definitely worth keeping an eye on its store pages. At the time of writing, there are currently no consoles left right now, so it’s a case of checking in regularly for updates as they come through.

Nintendo Switch OLED storage in the UK

Here you can buy Nintendo Switch OLED in UK. Fortunately, a number of stores, including Argos, Smyths and Game, have stock available for order right now. Amazon also accepts orders, but they will not be delivered until October 12 at the earliest.

Where to buy Nintendo Switch OLED in UK

Amazon | White (£ 309.99) | Neon (£ 309.99)
Amazon does not have Nintendo Switch OLED stock right now, but will receive orders for delivery next week from October 12th.

My Nintendo Store | White (sold out) | Neon (sold out)
Both the White and Neon versions of the new Nintendo Switch OLED are sold out in the official My Nintendo Store. In the past, this has been one of the best places to buy a Nintendo Switch OLED bundle thanks to some included freebies. Hopefully these offers will return soon.

Argos | White (sold out) | Neon (£ 309.99)
Argos has a few more Nintendo Switch OLED consoles available in Neon. Stock of the white version is exhausted. Availability may still depend on your region, so be sure to enter your zip code to double check.

GAMES | White (sold out) | Neon (£ 309.99)
GAME had an influx of Nintendo Switch OLED packages available earlier this week, but most are sold out on launch day. Many with the Neon console can still be purchased with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Animal Crossing New Horizons and Metroid Dread. We do not expect them to last long.

Very | White (£ 309.99) | Neon (£ 309.99)
Both the White and Neon versions of the Nintendo Switch OLED are no longer in stock at Very. You can still buy the new bag, but that’s it for now. Much has been good with the PS5 and Xbox Series X refills, so this is definitely one to check in regularly.

Currys | White (£ 309.99) | Neon (£ 309.99)
Currys was again, like Amazon, one of the first retailers to sell out in the pre-order phase. As one of the larger stores, it is definitely one to look for in Nintendo Switch OLED remakes.

Nintendo Switch OLED storage in Australia

Visit from Aus? Here are the best retailers to check out Nintendo Switch OLED stock

  • JB Hi-Fi: in stock now in Neon and White
  • The players: pre-orders now live in Neon and White
  • EB games: can be ordered now in Neon and White
  • Amazon AU: sold out in both Neon and White

With the exception of Amazon AU, Australian retailers still have plenty of Nintendo Switch OLED stock available – great news if you haven’t placed your order yet.

EB Games and JB Hi-Fi have the new Nintendo console listed at AU $ 539, with both retailers offering it in the two available color options – White and Neon.

In addition, EB Games also offers the new Nintendo Switch OLED at a reduced price of $ 299 when you replace your current Nintendo Switch console (excluding Nintendo Switch Lite).

How long until stores have more Nintendo Switch OLED stock?

Assuming you are visiting from the US or UK, it is quite difficult to narrow it down to exact dates. For example, we did not even have a fixed time or date for the first wave of orders, so things are completely up in the air. So far, most retailers have not taken down their product lists, which is actually a good sign that they may be trying to secure more stock.

Fair warning, if demand remains high even as we get more rebuilds, it is likely that retailers will resort to various anti-scalping and anti-bottling techniques to ensure that actual customers get their consoles. Although these steps are necessary, you can see things like email queues, raffles or even just local pickup sales – which is especially a favorite at GameStop and Target.

In essence, it’s much the same as the PS5 refill and Xbox Series X rebuild situation we’ve seen over the last 12 months. It will come to the attention of retailers’ announcements, be on time and a good deal of luck getting a Nintendo Switch OLED.

What is the Nintendo Switch OLED price?

The Nintendo Switch OLED is priced at $ 349.99 / £ 309.99 / AU $ 539. That’s $ 50 more than the MSRP for the original Nintendo Switch model. Previously rumored 4K docket upscaling, Nvidia graphics and an improved CPU set estimates at $ 399 / £ 379 – a nice price increase of $ 100 / £ 100 on the previous model that made a lot of sense.

Without these extra features, a $ 50 / £ 50 / AU $ 60 increase is still good for an OLED display (provided the battery has also been improved to keep up with and extend the original launch model), even though we expected to see a a little more under the hood for our money here. The original Nintendo Switch was launched at $ 299 / £ 279 / AU $ 469 and just managed to undermine the prices of PS4 and Xbox One at the time.

If you do not want the brand new console, you can also find many of the latest Nintendo Switch deals right below. You can also pick up some accessories for your new purchase, including some cheap Joy-Con controllers or maybe a few cheap Nintendo Switch games?

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