Nintendo Switch Stock News: Hybrid Console Stock Is Back In Best Buy Today
A few days after the restocking of NES Classic Edition, which might be considered the final one, Best buy has gladly announced that the Nintendo Switch will be back on its store shelves. This week, the retail store confirmed that gamers can avail this gaming console.
According to BGR, though the restocking may allure more customers to their stores, however, as what is the previous case and probably will be the case in the following months, Nintendo Switch is available for a limited quantity only. Therefore buyers are advised to grab one as soon as they can. Best Buy staff writer Shane Kitzman wrote on the company's blog that the Switch will be sold in first come first served basis. In selling the console, the retailer will have a ticketing process for all the buyers, just like what they did during the launch of Nintendo Switch last March 3.
Gamespot reported that the number of tickets that will be given corresponds to the available number of the said gaming console on a specific store. The day of refreshing the stocks coincides with the launch day of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe both in stores and on the eShop. Those who were able to grab a new console due to this restocking might as well consider buying the Mario Kart, for the reason that among the best games in the console, this is one of them.
Three new vehicles will be featured on the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe as well as the smart steering, which will perfect for beginners and pro players. On the other hand, interested buyers must take note that the Nintendo Switch is not available on the official website of Best Buy. According to Polygon, customers need to go out and head their way to a nearest brick-and-mortar Best Buy in their areas. However, if that retail store branch also runs out of stocks, the site of Amazon have started restocking also. Available on the website is the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con with a price of $374. Additional price for the shipping is not yet included ant it usually ships within one to three weeks.