Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, product shortages have become common–for gamers, the Nintendo Switch has notably been near-impossible to find at list price, and the Switch’s fitness game Ring Fit Adventure has also been sold out as people look for indoor workout alternatives. The increased demand around the Nintendo Switch has led Joy-Cons to seemingly sell out online as well, which is a huge bummer if you’ve been dealing with Joy-Con drift or just want to pick up another pair for Super Mario Party and other multiplayer games. Fortunately, we’re seeing Switch Joy-Cons back in stock today, but we suggest grabbing them soon in case they sell out again.
GameStop has two pairs of Joy-Cons available: Neon Red / Neon Blue and Neon Pink / Neon Green. Meanwhile, both Best Buy and Target have the Neon Red / Neon Blue combo in stock today. The Joy-Con pairs are selling for their standard list price of $80, which is pricey (in typical Nintendo fashion), but better than the inflated prices third-party sellers are listing them for right now.
Where to find Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons in stock: