Where and How to PreOrder the Nintendo Switch

first_img ‘Star Wars Pinball’ Has Your Favorite Brand in Ball Form‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Was Final Mission From Late Nintendo President Stay on target Last week Nintendo fully unveiled their next-generation video game machine, the Nintendo Switch. If you want to learn all there is to learn about the device, as well as read some hands-on impressions, take a look at our story. We’ll wait.Is your hype through the roof now? Does waiting until March 3 to drop your $300 plus tax on the Switch sound impossible? Be patient. While you can’t play the Switch yet, you can make sure you can play it as soon as possible by pre-ordering.Normally, pre-ordering games is a bad idea. Publishers use pre-orders to make money on unfinished, unproven games while peddling garbage “collectors” merch. Plus, with digital distribution, there’s no real risk of a hot new game being hard to find. However, video game hardware is totally different. With hardware, it’s more likely than not stock will run out. Just look at the NES Classic. So make sure you get a Nintendo Switch on day one buy pre-ordering from these approved retailers on Nintendo’s website:AmazonBest BuyGameStopTargetWalmartIf the store you try to pre-order from runs out, don’t fret. Some may get new shipments after selling out their initial allotments. And if you’re in New York, also check out the Nintendo NYC store. Initial pre-orders there have surely run out, but of all places to receive frequent restocks, Nintendo’s flagship store is a safe bet. The Nintendo Switch is just weeks away. Make sure you get yours. The glory of New Donk City awaits!last_img