Target, Walmart, and GameStop May Have Nintendo Switch OLED Inventory In Store
According to the latest reports, some lucky shoppers are stumbling across Nintendo Switch OLED models in stores and on the shelves at Target, Walmart, and GameStop.
Those who are currently in the market for a Nintendo Switch OLED may be in luck. Thanks to new information, it appears that various retail stores across the country are currently stocking their shelves with Switch OLED models.
While console shortages will continue this month as stores save their inventory for Black Friday 2021, that doesn’t mean retailers can’t restock sneakily during the build-up period.
Target is currently teasing the new stock OLED PS5 and Nintendo Switch. This information comes from a new announcement that appears to allude to confirmation of a new replenishment.
Plus, Target even cancels some online orders. As a result, sometimes the best place to look is the store.
Recently, we reported that GameStop may have a Nintendo Switch OLED stock for drop-in buyers in October.
Now we are hearing reports that some lucky customers are finding their local stores restocking their Nintendo Switch OLED supplies.
Nintendo Switch OLED in-store restocking takes place today – October 23
Retail stores across the country appear to be stealthily replenishing their console offering this month, new reports suggest.
While OLED Switches are extremely rare right now, many claim to have stumbled upon the consoles in-store at Target and other outlets.
Interestingly, it seems our reports were accurate when it comes to the more anticipated stocks that will hit shelves this month.
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This prompted other potential buyers to check their local stores for signs of new arrivals. Now, Twitter’s replenishment accounts are encouraging consumers to opt out. After all, you might be among the few who manage to grab one!
Unfortunately, with the insane money-priced OLED Switch consoles on eBay, those in desperate need of them will have to keep their eyes peeled.
And while we can’t guarantee stock will be on hand, it’s always worth checking out, especially as buyers increasingly report units on display in local stores.
In the meantime, be sure to check out our ten most anticipated future Nintendo Switch games 2021/22 and beyond.