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We've stuck it to the scalper's boys. I'm sure these are cancellations. Theres still people on eBay selling this for a loss.
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We've stuck it to the scalper's boys. I'm sure these are cancellations. Theres still people on eBay selling this for a loss.
How does someone sell at a loss? No one has it yet so they can cancel their orders anytime if they feel people won't overpay for these. Or if there's too much stock.
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The new SD. Post items at retail prices. How innovative.
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Anyone know if Gamestop plans to do a trade-in deal like they did for the model with the updated battery? I think they did $225 in trade value for the original switch towards the new one. Wasn't worth it then, but if they do it with the OLED, I might bite.
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Anyone know if Gamestop plans to do a trade-in deal like they did for the model with the updated battery? I think they did $225 in trade value for the original switch towards the new one. Wasn't worth it then, but if they do it with the OLED, I might bite.
I've seen trade-in to OLED offers at $200 for the regular Switch and... $150? for the Lite.
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New OLED Switch MSRP $299.99 not old $349.99
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ermmmm uhhhhhhh....... mmmmmmm
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The new SD. Post items at retail prices. How innovative.
I posted it to help the community out. It's sold out at other retailers. Walmart had the white one for a similar price and it was a very popular post.

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New OLED Switch MSRP $299.99 not old $349.99
The MSRP is $349.99 for the new OLED version.

https://www.nintendo.com/switch/b...n-blue-set
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How does someone sell at a loss? No one has it yet so they can cancel their orders anytime if they feel people won't overpay for these. Or if there's too much stock.
The majority of listings are being sold at $420-430. At that selling price, they're losing at least $30-50 dollars. I guess some don't realize how high the fees are involved. Or it's just straight laundering. Probably one of the two.
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The majority of listings are being sold at $420-430. At that selling price, they're losing at least $30-50 dollars. I guess some don't realize how high the fees are involved. Or it's just straight laundering. Probably one of the two.
Could be. Or they can get them whole price from Nintendo (like a game shop) and sell for the inflated price rather than MSRP. Who knows.
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