Nintendo Switch stock has become available at Smyths Toys, with the retailer taking pre-orders for the Neon Switch priced at £279.99.
The Smyths Toys are currently the only retailer taking orders for the Nintendo Switch in the UK right now.
If you place a pre-order for the Nintendo Switch at the retailer then stock should come into Smyths between April 3 and April 10.
And at a time when Nintendo Switch prices have been inflated by the stock shortage Smyths Toys are offering a great deal.
The retailer is selling the Nintendo Switch at its typical retail price.
Smyths Toys offers home delivery so you can get your brand, spanking new Nintendo Switch delivered straight to your doorstep.
Click here to be directed to the page on the Smyths Toys website that you need to visit to pre-order a Nintendo Switch.
Smyths Toys offers free standard shipping on orders over £19 which in the UK should arrive between three to six working days.
The Nintendo Switch that’s available to pre-order at Smyths Toys is the red box version which offers improved battery life on the OG model released in 2017.
Smyths Toys also have a great selection of Nintendo Switch games available to order so you have something to play as soon as you get your new console.
However, the latest Nintendo Switch hit game – Animal Crossing New Horizons – is currently sold out at Smyths Toys.
The Nintendo Switch restock at Smyths Toys comes after the Switch has sold out fast whenever new units have become available in the UK.
Retailers such as Amazon, Currys, Argos and Studio have all in the past week taken orders for the Nintendo Switch.
But whenever stock has become available it has flown off the shelves, with the handheld-only Switch Lite also getting snapped up fast.
Recently Nintendo addressed the stock shortages for the Switch, specifically discussing how it has been selling out at stores in the US.
And the House of Mario promised that more Switch stock was on its way to retailers in America.
In a statement they said: “Nintendo Switch hardware is selling out at various retail locations in the US, but more systems are on the way.
“We apologise for any inconvenience.”
While this statement didn’t refer to the UK, hopefully if one region is getting more stock it’s a sign that others too will be getting more units soon.
Published at Fri, 27 Mar 2020 19:15:00 +0000