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Bargain Roundup: Nintendo Switch OLED Edition

It’s finally here, a brand new version of the Nintendo Switch with a fancy OLED screen.

Check out our full Mega FAQ to find out more, and read our full review for even more, but just quickly there’s a new OLED screen, it’s bigger and more vibrant, there’s a new multi-angle stand that’s wider, it has better speakers and more memory – and yeah it costs a little bit more.

Getting the next generation consoles has been a nightmare, but so far most retailers have left preorders open for the Switch OLED model.

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Amazon

  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (White) – $539Link
  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (Neon) – $539Link
    • Payment on shipping, if price lowers before release you get that price
  • Nintendo Switch Carrying Case + Screen Protector – $29.95 Link
  • Tersely Glass Screen Protector 2 Pack – $12.99Link
  • amFilm Glass Screen Protector 3 Pack – $13.99Link
  • Powerwave Glass Screen Protector (single) – $9.95Link
  • Orzly Carry Case Compatible – $21.99Link
  • OIVO Dockable Protective Sleeve with Grips – $29.93Link

DX Collectables

  • Nintendo Switch Carrying Case + Screen Protector – $29 Link

EB Games

  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (White) – $539Link
  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (Neon) – $539Link
    • Requires a $50 deposit, both in-store and online.
  • Nintendo Switch Carrying Case + Screen Protector – $29 Link
  • Powerwave 3-in-1 Canvas Black Carry Case – $29.95Link
  • Powerwave Slimline Crystal Case  – $19.95Link

EB Games also has a trade deal, in early September they changed it from the original deal originally offered.

  • If you preordered your OLED Model before September 1st you can get your Switch OLED for $299 by trading in your old console.
  • If you preordered your OLED Model after that day, you’ll need to trade in your old console and two games.

Confused? We covered it in-depth here.

New deal for preorders after COB September 1st.

Big W

  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (White) – $539Link
  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (Neon) – $539Link

Gamesmen

  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (White) – $539.95Link
  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (Neon) – $539.95Link

JB Hi-Fi

  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (White) – $539Link
  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (Neon) – $539Link
    • Requires a full deposit online. However may not in store.
  • Nintendo Switch Carrying Case + Screen Protector – $29Link
  • Powerwave 3 – in-1 Carry Case for Nintendo Switch OLED – $19Link

Target

  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (White) – $539Link
  • Nintendo Switch OLED Model (Neon) – $539Link
  • Nintendo Switch Carrying Case + Screen Protector – $29Link

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3 Comments
  • conditionals
    July 6, 2021 at 10:49 pm

    Thanks for this. Grabbed mine from JB.

    Really not that into the minor upgrade, but hey I’m still using a day one Switch and I know come October I’ll be jealous if I didn’t get one.

  • bleeks
    July 7, 2021 at 10:43 am

    How does the save data transfer work for a trade in? Keen to upgrade my day 1 switch

  • Silly G
    September 30, 2021 at 1:52 am

    Much appreciated. I nabbed the eBay/Gamesmen offer. I intended to order it via Gamesmen anyway, so I am especially glad I held out on a neat almost $40 off RRP discount (with free shipping).

    Gamesmen generally jack up their prices via their eBay store as the cost is inclusive of ‚Äúfree shipping‚ÄĚ (which can work out cheaper than buying it directly from their website if only buying a single item) and/or to factor in the cut that eBay would get on each sale, and a company like Gamesmen wouldn‚Äôt have the luxury of absorbing that loss (and their pricing is pretty competitive all things considered).

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