Update: Switch OLED Model preorders are now live at Amazon. If you have any issues preordering, make sure to add the console to your wishlist, and then purchase, this will resolve any errors occurring. The OLED Model will cost £309.99 in the UK, and will ship by October 8, 2021. It comes in a White or Neon colour variant.
A brand new member of the Nintendo Switch family has been revealed, and it’s the OLED Model, featuring a brand new shiny 7-inch screen to use. The new console model is set to release on October 8, 2021 and will cost £309.99. Amazon preorders are now live, so get your preorders in as soon as possible to not miss out. Preorders are also live at Argos, and out of stock at GAME and Smyths.
Where to Preorder Nintendo Switch OLED Model in the UK
Make sure to follow @IGNUKDeals to get instant updates when preorders are live, we expect them to sell out quickly. Amazon preorders will be the most sought after, as Prime members will be able to get free delivery, a contrast to GAME which is charging £9.99 for delivery, or Argos £6.95.
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