Update 11/20/22: The original Nintendo Switch OLED deal on eBay is sold out at the moment, but you can get a refurbished Nintendo Switch for $319 from GameStop with a 30-day warranty if you are still looking to save on the console. We will update again if the eBay deal or an alternative deal on new stock comes in.
Available on eBay for $317, this makes for a discount of over $30 — something that we never anticipated would happen.
Nintendo Switch OLED Model:
$349 $317 @ eBay
Walmart has the Nintendo Switch OLED back in stock. Play at home on the TV or on the go with the Nintendo Switch OLED. In addition to the screen with vivid colors and sharp contrast, the Nintendo Switch – OLED Model includes a wide adjustable stand, a dock with a wired LAN port for TV play, 64GB of internal storage, and enhanced audio.
In our Nintendo Switch OLED review, we loved its gorgeous OLED, extensive game library and powerful speakers. We gave the Nintendo Switch OLED a rating of 4 of 5 stars and our Editor's Choice award.
By design, the display takes up nearly the entire front of the Switch. A glossy plastic bezel frames the 7-inch screen. The unit's power and volume buttons are integrated into the top on the panel alongside the game cartridge slot and a headphone jack.
Just like the standard Switch, Switch OLED model includes a dock to connect to your TV.
In terms of size, the Switch OLED is slightly larger than the standard switch. It measures 4 x 9.5 x 0.55 inches and weighs 14.9 ounces with Joy-Cons attached. The og Switch’s measures 4 x 9.4 x 0.55 inches at 14.1 ounces with Joy-Cons.
So one thing is clear — these deals aren't going to be around for long! Grab one before they sell out.
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