New Nintendo Switch OLED deals – where to pre-order console before Christmas


NINTENDO’S new Switch OLED is the console of the moment – but where can you get it?

Here’s what you need to do to bag one in time for Christmas.

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The original Nintendo Switch launched back in 2017, to phenomenal success.

Gamers were enamoured with the two-in-one console that worked as a handheld device – and plugged into the telly too.

The console is regularly sold out around Christmas, and is now one of the most recognisable gaming machines in the world.

And now we have the Nintendo Switch OLED Model to look forward to.

It’s a pricier and more powerful version of the Nintendo Switch.

And it looks the part, too.

Nintendo Switch OLED deals – where to buy and pre-order

The Nintendo Switch OLED release date is set for October 8, 2021.

We don’t know when pre-orders will be live yet.

But Nintendo is allowing would-be customers to their register their interest.

It costs $349.99 in the US and £309.99 in the UK, although retailer prices may vary.

The Switch OLED is listed as out of stock pretty much everywhere.

But you can get alerts from some of the biggest retailers, so you can snap up stock as soon as possible.

Try it at Currys here:

  • Nintendo Switch OLED at Currys for £309 – buy here

It’s also worth checking back at Smyths Toys, which has confirmed that it is expecting stock in the future:

  • Nintendo Switch OLED at Smyths Toys for £309 – buy here

If you do get the opportunity to place an order, we’d recommend doing so as soon as possible.

The Nintendo Switch is very popular normally, and regularly sells out in the run up to Christmas.

And recent launches of the PS5 and Xbox Series X have proved that there’s huge demand for games consoles right now.

It’s possible that people who can’t get a Sony or Microsoft console will default to buying the Nintendo Switch OLED this Christmas.

And that’s not even counting the vast number of Nintendo fans who will likely be lining up to place their orders.

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

The console has a large 7-inch OLED display


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