Nintendo Switch OLED restock updates: where to buy the latest console

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Nintendo Switch OLED stock is back

Nintendo Switch OLED
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While Nintendo Switch OLED stock has been easy to find over the last few weeks, we’re actually seeing a dip in availability at the moment. Amazon US has started running out of the latest Switch console, though we are seeing those stocks replenished quickly. That said, when a retailer runs out of Nintendo Switch OLED stock, another is usually right there to pick up the pieces. That means you’ll still find plenty of chances to buy on the web right now – Walmart is your best bet at the time of writing. 

Thigs are looking much better in the UK, however. Not only is stock plentiful, we’re even seeing a range of Nintendo Switch bundles available and some solid price cuts up for grabs as well. BT Shop is leading the charge on discounts right now, with a £299.99 sales price on the £309 console. 

This clamor to buy Nintendo Switch OLED is understandable. While it isn’t the 4K Nintendo Switch Pro we were hoping for, it’s still a step up from the original console (albeit a modest one). The new price stands at $349 in the US and £309 in the UK, though with retailers starting to offer deals around the system you can sometimes get even better value for money when bundling in a game or accessory. 

$349.99 $348.99 at Walmart
Amazon has run out of Nintendo Switch OLED stock at the time of writing, though it will likely appear again soon. In the meantime, we’d recommend heading over to Walmart for your console – you can even save $1!

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Nintendo Switch OLED | $349.99

Nintendo Switch OLED | $349.99 $348.99 at Walmart
Amazon has run out of Nintendo Switch OLED stock at the time of writing, though it will likely appear again soon. In the meantime, we’d recommend heading over to Walmart for your console – you can even save $1!

£309.99 £299.99 at BT Shop
Save £10 – The Nintendo Switch OLED is on sale at BT Shop for £10 off its regular RRP. Aside from the excellent £289 prices we were seeing for a few days last month, this is a stunning offer. We don’t know if those larger discounts will return any time soon either.

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Nintendo Switch OLED | £309.99

Nintendo Switch OLED | £309.99 £299.99 at BT Shop
Save £10 – The Nintendo Switch OLED is on sale at BT Shop for £10 off its regular RRP. Aside from the excellent £289 prices we were seeing for a few days last month, this is a stunning offer. We don’t know if those larger discounts will return any time soon either.

Use the retailer links below to check for a Nintendo Switch OLED restock at your favorite retailer. We’re keeping a close eye on the stock situation in the US, though the UK is awash with consoles right now. Keep checking back, because we’re tracking all the latest updates right here. 

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Nintendo Switch OLED stock – today’s best deals

We saw the first ever Nintendo Switch OLED discount hitting just a week ago in the UK, which means price drops on the elusive console may well be on the table. You’ll find all the latest offers in the chart below. 

Nintendo Switch OLED – what you need to know

Nintendo Switch OLED

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When will the Nintendo Switch OLED restock?

Nobody knows when the next Nintendo Switch OLED stock drop will take place. The best we can do is check the retailers that offer the most regular restock opportunities. 

In the US, things are still a little sparse which means there’s less chance of easily stumbling across a Nintendo Switch OLED restock as soon as you need to. However, we’ve been seeing regular drops over the last few weeks, so you’re never too far away from more consoles landing on the shelves. That means it’s not too difficult to work out where to buy Nintendo Switch OLED right now. 

Over in the UK, things are even easier. The shelves are teeming with consoles, and have been for a few steady weeks. With price drops and bundles on the table as well, there’s plenty of availability to go around. 

Is the Nintendo Switch OLED worth it?

The Nintendo Switch OLED is an upgraded version of the mega-popular console that now includes an OLED display for when playing in handheld mode. The screen is larger too at seven inches (up from 6.2 inches on the original model). If your home Wi-Fi is a little weak or you want to cut down on lag for online gaming when playing on the TV, then the new ethernet port on the improved dock will be another upgrade you’ll like – just make sure you’ve got your Nintendo Switch Online membership to hand.

Thankfully, Nintendo is not making any Switch games exclusive to the upgraded console, so we won’t have a repeat of the situation that happened a few years back with the New 3DS release. Your old Joy-Con Nintendo Switch controllers will attach to the new Switch OLED, and have even been improved internally.

Is it hard to find Nintendo Switch OLED stock?

Nintendo Switch OLED stock is more difficult to find in certain regions than in others. For example, the UK has been enjoying a downpour of consoles over the last few weeks, with any retailers that do have their inventory wiped out receiving fresh supplies fairly quickly. We’ve even seen discounts and bundles hitting the console since the start of 2022 as well. 

However, over in the US Nintendo Switch OLED restocks are a little more elusive. While retailers are certainly having a better time with Nintendo than they are with PS5 restocks or Xbox Series X stock, we do still regularly find out of stock notices on all major stores. Fret not, though, because units are returning to the shelves regularly. 


We’re also rounding up all the best Nintendo Switch accessories for those who have made it home with an OLED console. Or, for something a little cheaper, take a look at the latest Nintendo Switch Lite bundles. There are always plenty of cheap Nintendo Switch game deals to choose from, and a range of Nintendo Switch SD cards for your perusal as well. We’d recommend slapping one of the best Nintendo Switch cases on that bad boy first and foremost, though.

 

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