– Today I have three ways to find the Nintendo Switch in stock, and for those of you who do not know, this is the most sought after, most difficult to find product right now, maybe overall or maybejust on the tech aisle, but whether it's becauseyou're cooped up at home, or I think what it really came down to, a lot of people want togame and spend family time, and the best thing aboutthe Nintendo Switch is it doesn't dominate yourliving room television, with everyone all athome at the same time.
You can use it independentlyor with your TV.
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And I'm gonna show you right now how to score the Nintendo Switch, and then more importantly, what not to do.
So, if you guys head overto Nintendo's website, or you're just simply relyingupon Amazon or Google search, and you go to Nintendo.
com or elsewhere, these are the problemsthat you're gonna find.
You're wasting time on Nintendo's website.
You click Buy Now, it says 199on the Nintendo Switch Lite.
They take you to another page.
They take you to anotherpage, and then, oh, what? It's all sold out, everywhere.
That's not great, and you'vejust wasted a few seconds.
I'm gonna show you what happens with the regular Nintendo Switch console or any of the Joy-Cons and bundles.
You click here right nowon the Nintendo website, and again, this is what not to do before I show you what to do, and you're gonna see, oh, 299, Nintendo Switch, awesome, this is the Neon Blue and Neon Red Joy-Con for the Nintendo Switch, you click Buy Now, and then, oh, what? It says In Stock, and you click Buy Now and you end up on a pagethrough PriceSpider, and it's completely sold out.
You've wasted at leasta minute, if not longer, depending on the speed ofyour internet connection.
I'm gonna show you two resources and then also give you a much better way to find this in stock.
So, resource number one, before I show you a trick that you can work in the retail store, is, use Stock Informer, just as a suggestion, and all of the informationthat I'm giving you right now is available on MattsDailyDeals.
So, don't worry abouthyperlinking, MattsDailyDeals.
com And if you guys actually look right here, this is what my website looks like, and I give a good chunk of the products that I test away forfree, and I've given away at least a few NintendoSwitches in my time.
Not saying I'm doing it this week, cause it's so hard to find, but this would be where you could do that.
The first resource that I've mentioned, I would recommend usingis called Stock Informer.
Now, they're not payingme to talk about them.
I will tell you that, though, this is a good, consistent website.
You plug in your ZIPcode, and it gives you a regular constant refreshtied to the stock in your area.
So it is finding a listing.
At eBay, it's finding theman Amazon, and in many cases, you are going to find that all of the other GameStops and Wal-Marts are completely sold out, but at least you don't needto check 500 websites per day.
Another trick to find theNintendo Switch in stock, available online or in store is to use a website called BrickSeek.
Now, this is a similar way to search.
You can also search for productsvia bar code, their SKU, or just simply using the name.
Let's use this NintendoSwitch as an example.
We can check via ZIP code, or we can actually check the inventory at different stores like Target, Home Depot, Office Depot, Staples, CVS, Wal-Mart, I mean, you could bechecking for anything, not just the Nintendo Switch.
Assuming you don't know the SKU, which is the product identification tag for a Nintendo Switch console, you can actually use this tool to help you find the inventory throughjust a simple keyword search.
Amazingly enough, using ZIP codes, this will actually find availability, so, if I were searching this ZIP code, I have found limitedstock at a specific store.
Let's check another ZIP code right now.
And, another ZIP code that I've checked for a different city.
It's found me limitedstock at a different store, which upon calling that specific retailer, I have between three andfive in stock for one store, and then 10 for another.
And after you find that stock through one of these apps, you can simply call the store, ask them to put one on hold for you, and jet on out and pick it up safely.
Many of their retailers have curbside pickup options available, and then, finally, if you are trying to shopfrom a store that is open, and you're able to do so, most stores these days have limited delivery schedules, just based on everything going on.
But I've noticed that at least in a couple ofthe communities I checked and a few of the peoplethat I've spoken to in logistics and transportationdelivery services, Tuesday is the day mostmajor electronic stories receive their Nintendo Switch stock.
It's not gonna be identicalfor every community, but if you keep that in mind, a lot of people think it's Monday, and they all flock out to the stores and they get disappointed, and some people now thinkit's on the weekends, which is not the case, that's when some of the backup shipments are coming into other stores for diapers and things that we're nottalking about right here.
But Tuesday is that magic day where I've seen a lot of stock changes.
On Amazon right now, at least at the time I'm recording this, you're gonna find a lotof third party resellers that have jacked up the prices.
Don't fall privy to any of those traps, it's not worth your while.
It's a great machine, but it's not worth payingsix or $700 to get it.
And please be extra cautious.
If you are shopping online, do not shop with a debit cord.
If you don't have a credit card, which gives you that extralayer of buyer protection in the event that there'sa fraudulent change, or someone doesn't sendwhat you've ordered to them, use a debit card with PayPal, at least that gives yousome buyer's protection.
Or create some type of bufferbetween you and the merchant.
Don't just expose yourbank account to them through debit card, especially with a lot ofwhat's going on right now.
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I will drop you a linewhen this is back in stock, and also share some great deals and other essentials with you.
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Let me know what else it isthat I can hunt down for you.
In the meantime, happy gaming, and enjoy your new Nintendo Switch.