The Nintendo Switch is coming, and it has already been the hottest holiday sales in the UK.
Nintendo is offering a whopping £1,000 discount on the Switch for pre-orders on Amazon and other retailers, and as of midnight on Friday, it is the biggest sale in its history.
This is despite the fact the Switch is only on sale until the end of December.
Nintendo has sold more than 1.8 million units since it launched last December.
So it’s not surprising that a huge number of retailers have been running pre-order campaigns for the Switch, but that is where it starts to get confusing.
While the first two months of pre-ordering the Switch were free, this is set to change, meaning you will have to pay for the system before you can take advantage of the deal.
But how much does it cost to pre-ordered the Switch?
You need to know exactly how much it will cost before you decide to preorder.
Nintendo says that you will need to pay £99 for a basic model of the Switch with a 64GB hard drive, £149 for a Deluxe model with a 128GB hard disk, £199 for a 3GB model with an SSD and £349 for a 4GB model.
This means you need to pre order at least £99 before you’ll be able to take advantage, which is a bit pricey considering the console is only available until the last week of December at the moment.
It’s not a massive amount of money for what is, after all, a £100 console.
The Switch is not cheap to buy online, either, and if you don’t have the cash to pay the price, you can pre-register on Amazon or other retailers using a credit card, but the process will take anywhere from two to eight working days.
Nintendo say that you can register to pre buy the Switch online for £29.99 on their website, but there are some limitations.
You must pre-qualify for preorders before midnight on November 1st, and you will not be able take advantage until the next working day.
You can only register to buy the Nintendo Switch online at a retailer that has a minimum pre-sale price of £99 and you cannot register for a pre-buyer’s voucher at the same time.
So if you want to pre reserve the Switch and you are only able to buy it online, you’ll have to buy your Switch online.
If you want the best deal, you need the NintendoSwitchPreorder.com service to make sure you don the right amount of preorders.
You’ll need to register for the service and have a Nintendo Switch preorder of at least 50.
You should then be able pre-pay the full amount of £149.99 and be on your way.
If not, you will be able pay the full £99, but only if you have a preorder on NintendoSwitch.com of at most £199.99.
That means you’ll need at least 500 pre-registered preorders in total to prebuy the Nintendo Console, according to Nintendo.
However, this only applies to the UK and Amazon UK, where the service will only work in the US.
You also have to register and pay a fee for the Nintendo Store, which will cost you around £3.
It would seem that Nintendo doesn’t want to risk making the Switch too expensive if they don’t want consumers to preregister.
The company has said that it is committed to delivering a “best value” product and has promised to offer the cheapest prices for consumers.
So this means that if you are looking to pre purchase the Switch at a price of less than £99 in the short-term, you should check out the NintendoStorePreorderService.com.
But for those who want to buy more than the standard price, they will be getting a discount that is as good as £25 off the standard £199 price.
This includes the £50 off Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for Amazon UK and £100 off Nintendo Wii U Pro Controller on Amazon UK.
This also applies to pre ordering for the Wii U for Amazon US and Nintendo Switch for Amazon USA.
If this is the right deal for you, it might be worth waiting until the Switch launches before you get in the act.
You could also consider preordering online using the service, but you will also have the option to pre register on NintendoStore.com as well, which makes things a bit simpler.
Nintendo Switch Preorder Service and pre-registration are available on both Amazon UK as well as the UK version of NintendoSwitchstore.com and the Amazon US version of the service.
You will need a valid credit card to do this, and the site has a £3 minimum fee that can be waived for Amazon Prime members, who pay an additional £3 fee per year.
Amazon UK customers are entitled to preorders on Nintendo Switch, Wii U and 3