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. For proof, look to.
At this writing, it’s still out of stock just about everywhere else. And, inventory can disappear very rapidly once it arrives. (Update: Sure enough, the stock was sold out within 30 minutes of this post getting published. Sorry, everyone!)
Unsurprisingly, there’s no deal to be had at Best Buy; the price is set firmly at $299.99, which is the regular SRP. Indeed, it’s been quite awhile since we’ve seen any kind of Switch discount. (Holidays, 2019, if memory serves.)
So if you’ve been hoping to score this still-hot console, here’s your chance. My guess is you have a limited window of opportunity, though hopefully that will change as production ramps up.
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