Want the new coral Nintendo Switch Lite? Here's where you can still get it in the UK

Nintendo Switch Lite (Coral)
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April 24 marks the official launch date of the coral edition of the Nintendo Switch Lite in the UK. While the Switch Lite has been selling out constantly in the US, in the UK it's slightly easier to get hold of the console, and that includes this new colour variant. Below, we've rounded up some places where you can buy it right now. 

A few notes on the Switch Lite: it's handheld-only, so if you want a console that plugs into your TV, you'll want to wait for new stock of the flagship Nintendo Switch console to arrive. That may take a while, though, and it costs £80 more than the Switch Lite's £199.99 RRP. If you want to play Animal Crossing: New Horizons right now, while you're bored in self-isolation, a Switch Lite is the way to go. 

With retailers like Nintendo UK's official store and Very having sold out, though, you'll probably need to move fast if you want to buy the coral Nintendo Switch Lite. Here's where you can find it. 

Nintendo Switch Lite Coral Edition | £199.99 at Amazon UK

Nintendo Switch Lite Coral Edition | £199.99 at Amazon UK
Amazon has limited stock of the Coral Switch Lite available at the time of writing, in-stock on April 29. It's possible it could sell out, though, so snap it up quick if you want it. 

As mentioned, these could go out of stock as people look for things to do during the quarantine. If you feel like the Switch Lite fits comfortably in your means, it'll definitely make the next few weeks go by a bit quicker. 

If you're in the market for the Nintendo Switch Lite in other colours, check out this quick price comparison chart below. 

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