To update: Briefly available at Best Buy on July 28, the console, seemingly impossible to get, sold out again.
thepandemic has caused a huge increase in while millions continue to stay at home. That has made the Nintendo Switch almost impossible to find since at least March, as the pandemic has disrupted the global electronics supply chain, and shoddy resellers have been using bots to collect what little inventory exists. Oh and the It hasn’t helped either.
But as of the end of April, Nintendo Switch Lite has sporadically returned to many retail shelves, popping up on Amazon, GameStop, Best Buy, and Target, and often disappearing just as quickly. We are building stock in stock here at the $ 200 MSRP, but please note prices and availability change frequently. Double check before completing a purchase.
And no, you can’t connect this version of the Switch to your TV, that’s just the most expensiveThat remains exhausted almost everywhere, although there are signs that the shortage may finally begin to diminish soon. But if you need more encouragement to launch into the Lite model, you can read .
To update: As of July 28, there are no Nintendo Switch Lites available for purchase online for $ 200 at Amazon.
To update: As of July 28, there are no Nintendo Switch Lites available for purchase online for $ 200 at GameStop.
To update: As of July 28, there are no Nintendo Switch Lites available for purchase online for $ 200 at Best Buy.
To update: As of July 28, there are no Nintendo Switch Lites available for purchase online for $ 200 at Target.
Desperate for a Switch Lite? This list includes units available at a higher price through an external reseller, or those that are only available for pickup at a brick and mortar store.
This article is updated frequently to reflect availability.
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