Where to preorder the Nintendo Switch in Australia
The shroud of mystery has lifted. Here's where you can preorder the Nintendo Switch in Australia and how much for.
Thanks to the Nintendo Switch live stream event, we now know all we need to know about the Nintendo Switch and the lineup of games that will be available at launch. If you hadn't already, Nintendo fans can now go forth and throw down their money for the Switch with confidence. All while your Wii U looks on with the scornful eyes of a neglected older sibling.
For those looking to secure a console in preparation for its March launch, we've rounded up where you can purchase the Nintendo Switch in Australia and for the best price.
Where to buy the Nintendo Switch console
These are the retailers in Australia offering the Nintendo Switch.
EB Games is selling the Switch online or in-store. It offers home delivery and in-store pickup, though purchases are limited to strictly one console per customer.
You can preorder the Switch at EB Games for $469.95.
Standard edition Switch games are currently priced between $39.95 and $99.95.
Joycon controls are sold separately or as a pair. Single Joycons cost $69.95 each and $119.95 as a pair.
JB currently has in-store pickup listed as unavailable but you will only have to pay $9.95 to have it delivered.
The Nintendo Switch console will cost $469 from JB Hi-Fi and it is not currently listing any games or accessories on its website.
The Gamesmen offer the Switch in-store and online and will ship 1-2 business days before the console's release date.
The Gamesmen is offering the Switch at the RRP of $469.95.
Big W and Target haven't announced plans to stock the Nintendo Switch. We'll update this article if any more information surfaces.
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