Through much of last year, Nintendo struggled to keep up with demand for its venerable little Switch Lite, for that matter). And though the Switch has made some cameo appearances at major retailers, it has been largely sold out again at most major retailers at its regular $300 price tag for the last few months. Good news: In recent weeks, it's been more likely than not to be in stock at at least one online retailer.(and
And the news gets better: Nintendo has released a special Mario Red and Blue edition of the Switch. The console is selling at the usual $300 price and is decked out in a color scheme that matches Mario's iconic outfit: red Joy-Con controllers with blue straps, a blue Joy-Con grip, a red Nintendo Switch dock and a red Switch system. It's the first time the console itself has been available in a different color, and it comes with a red and blue carry case.
Want to snag a Switch for yourself? Scroll down to check on the Switch at all the major retailers. We're tracking the standard Red/Blue, Gray and the new Mario Red and Blue editions. We'll update this story often so you can see at a glance where the Switch is in stock to save you some fruitless clicking. (Spoiler alert: The Mario Red and Blue sold out pretty quickly, and right now we don't see it in stock anywhere. But check back often -- we'll let you know when it's back.)
If they're all sold out when you land on this page, your only real option is to buy an admittedly overpriced reseller bundle. We highly advise waiting for the $300 retail version to arrive in stock, but if you absolutely have to have it right now,. Caveat emptor.
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