The Nintendo Switch Lite is now available once again

By James Pickard, Thursday, 20 August 2020 15:57 GMT

After months of shortages, the Nintendo Switch Lite is now in stock once again. 

More specifically, you’re able to get the Nintendo Switch Lite in either Turquoise or Yellow for $200 at Walmart in the US. No game bundles are on sale, just the console by itself.

Whereas, in the UK, only the more recently released Coral version is available for £200. However, a number of different bundle options are also up for sale in Blighty, meaning you can throw in copies of games such as Paper Mario: The Origami King, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and more.

For the best deals, you’ll want to head Amazon where you can save a few quid. You’ll pay more for the Switch Lite bundles at the Nintendo Official UK Store, but they do include a few extras such as a carry case.

In the US:

In the UK:

The various colours available for the Nintendo Switch Lite

The Nintendo Switch Lite has been available since September 2019. The pared-down version of Nintendo’s popular console is available at a reduced price as it can only be played in handheld mode and the Joy-Con controllers are attached to the device. With the number of players who only really used their Switch in handheld mode, the Switch Lite became a tempting purchase. Although, not many of us are getting as out and about as we once were, though!

If this isn’t the one for you, we also have a page tracking where the Nintendo Switch is in stock if you’re after the full version of the console or any bundles. We’re starting to see stock become more widely available following the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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